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compiler.build.PythonPackageOptions

Options for building Python packages

Description

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opts = compiler.build.PythonPackageOptions(FunctionFiles) creates a PythonPackageOptions object using MATLAB® functions specified by FunctionFiles. Use the PythonPackageOptions object as an input to the compiler.build.pythonPackage function.

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opts = compiler.build.PythonPackageOptions(FunctionFiles,Name,Value) creates a PythonPackageOptions object with options specified using one or more name-value arguments. Options include the package name, output directory, and additional files to include.

Examples

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Create a PythonPackageOptions object using file input.

For this example, use the file magicsquare.m located in matlabroot\extern\examples\compiler.

appFile = fullfile(matlabroot,'extern','examples','compiler','magicsquare.m');
opts = compiler.build.PythonPackageOptions(appFile)
opts = 

  PythonPackageOptions with properties:

            FunctionFiles: {'C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2021b\extern\examples\compiler'}
              PackageName: 'example.magicsquare'
    SampleGenerationFiles: {}
          AdditionalFiles: {}
      AutoDetectDataFiles: on
          SupportPackages: {'autodetect'}
                  Verbose: off
                OutputDir: '.\magicsquarepythonPackage'

You can modify the property values of an existing PythonPackageOptions object using dot notation. For example, enable verbose output.

opts.Verbose = 'on'
opts = 

  PythonPackageOptions with properties:

            FunctionFiles: {'C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2021b\extern\examples\compiler'}
              PackageName: 'example.magicsquare'
    SampleGenerationFiles: {}
          AdditionalFiles: {}
      AutoDetectDataFiles: on
          SupportPackages: {'autodetect'}
                  Verbose: on
                OutputDir: '.\magicsquarepythonPackage'

Use the PythonPackageOptions object as an input to the compiler.build.pythonPackage function to build a Python® package.

buildResults = compiler.build.pythonPackage(opts);

Create a PythonPackageOptions object and customize it using name-value arguments.

For this example, use the file magicsquare.m located in matlabroot\extern\examples\compiler. Use name-value arguments to specify the output directory and disable automatic detection of data files.

opts = compiler.build.PythonPackageOptions('magicsquare.m',...
    'OutputDir','D:\Documents\MATLAB\work\MagicPythonPackage',...
    'AutoDetectDataFiles','off')
opts = 

  PythonPackageOptions with properties:

            FunctionFiles: {'C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2021b\extern\examples\compiler'}
              PackageName: 'example.magicsquare'
    SampleGenerationFiles: {}
          AdditionalFiles: {}
      AutoDetectDataFiles: off
          SupportPackages: {'autodetect'}
                  Verbose: off
                OutputDir: 'D:\Documents\MATLAB\work\MagicPythonPackage'

You can modify the property values of an existing PythonPackageOptions object using dot notation. For example, enable verbose output.

opts.Verbose = 'on'
opts = 

  PythonPackageOptions with properties:

            FunctionFiles: {'C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2021b\extern\examples\compiler'}
              PackageName: 'example.magicsquare'
    SampleGenerationFiles: {}
          AdditionalFiles: {}
      AutoDetectDataFiles: off
          SupportPackages: {'autodetect'}
                  Verbose: on
                OutputDir: 'D:\Documents\MATLAB\work\MagicPythonPackage'

Use the PythonPackageOptions object as an input to the compiler.build.pythonPackage function to build a Python package.

buildResults = compiler.build.pythonPackage(opts);

Input Arguments

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Files implementing MATLAB functions, specified as a character vector, a string scalar, a string array, or a cell array of character vectors. File paths can be relative to the current working directory or absolute. Files must have a .m extension.

Example: ["myfunc1.m","myfunc2.m"]

Data Types: char | string | cell

Name-Value Arguments

Specify optional comma-separated pairs of Name,Value arguments. Name is the argument name and Value is the corresponding value. Name must appear inside quotes. You can specify several name and value pair arguments in any order as Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN.

Example: 'Verbose','on'

Additional files to include in the Python package, specified as a character vector, a string scalar, a string array, or a cell array of character vectors. File paths can be relative to the current working directory or absolute.

Example: 'AdditionalFiles',["myvars.mat","data.txt"]

Data Types: char | string | cell

Flag to automatically include data files, specified as 'on' or 'off', or as numeric or logical 1 (true) or 0 (false). A value of 'on' is equivalent to true, and 'off' is equivalent to false. Thus, you can use the value of this property as a logical value. The value is stored as an on/off logical value of type matlab.lang.OnOffSwitchState.

  • If you set this property to 'on', then data files that you provide as inputs to certain functions (such as load and fopen) are automatically included in the package.

  • If you set this property to 'off', then you must add data files to the package using the AdditionalFiles option.

Example: 'AutoDetectDataFiles','off'

Data Types: logical

Name of the Python package, specified as a character vector or a string scalar. Specify 'PackageName' as a namespace, which is a period-separated list, such as companyname.groupname.component. The name of the generated package is set to the last entry of the period-separated list. The name must begin with a letter and contain only alphabetic characters and periods.

Example: 'PackageName','mathworks.pythonpackage.mymagic'

Data Types: char | string

MATLAB sample files used to generate sample Python files for functions included with the package, specified as a character vector, a string scalar, a string array, or a cell array of character vectors. File paths can be relative to the current working directory or absolute. Files must have a .m extension.

Example: 'SampleGenerationFiles',["sample1.m","sample2.m"]

Data Types: char | string | cell

Path to the output directory where the build files are saved, specified as a character vector or a string scalar. The path can be relative to the current working directory or absolute.

The default name of the build folder is the package name appended with pythonPackage.

Example: 'OutputDir','D:\Documents\MATLAB\work\mymagicpythonPackage'

Data Types: char | string

Support packages to include, specified as one of the following options:

  • 'autodetect' (default) — The dependency analysis process detects and includes the required support packages automatically.

  • 'none' — No support packages are included. Using this option can cause runtime errors.

  • A string scalar, character vector, or cell array of character vectors — Only the specified support packages are included. To list installed support packages or those used by a specific file, see compiler.codetools.deployableSupportPackages.

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Example: 'SupportPackages',{'Deep Learning Toolbox Converter for TensorFlow Models','Deep Learning Toolbox Model for Places365-GoogLeNet Network'}

Data Types: char | string | cell

Flag to control build verbosity, specified as 'on' or 'off', or as numeric or logical 1 (true) or 0 (false). A value of 'on' is equivalent to true, and 'off' is equivalent to false. Thus, you can use the value of this property as a logical value. The value is stored as an on/off logical value of type matlab.lang.OnOffSwitchState.

  • If you set this property to 'on', then the MATLAB command window displays progress information indicating compiler output during the build process.

  • If you set this property to 'off', then the command window does not display progress information.

Example: 'Verbose','on'

Data Types: logical

Output Arguments

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Python package build options, returned as a PythonPackageOptions object.

Introduced in R2021a