Chen Lin

Enhancing GitHub and File Exchange connection: MATLAB and Simulink Integration for GitHub Unveiled

Chen Lin on 29 Feb 2024 (Edited on 29 Feb 2024)
Latest activity Reply by Randy Souza on 13 Mar 2024

The File Exchange team is thrilled to introduce a more streamlined approach to working with GitHub and File Exchange - the MATLAB and Simulink Integration for GitHub!
Key Enhancements:
- Improves the existing connection between File Exchange and GitHub, ensuring quicker reflection of changes made in GitHub within File Exchange.
- Aligns with GitHub's standard and supported approach to building integrations.
Action Required for File Exchange Contributors!
If you are a File Exchange contributor and have linked any submissions to GitHub, it is essential to install the App.
Starting April 16, 2024, your File Exchange submissions will no longer update automatically unless you take the following steps:
1. Visit your My File Exchange page.
2. Follow the prompts on the page to install MATLAB and Simulink Integration for GitHub.
3. Complete the necessary steps in GitHub.
4. Return to the My File Exchange page and verify the installation.
A detailed description of the process is available here.
If you prefer your File Exchange submission not to update automatically from GitHub, no action is required. Users will still be able to find and download your submissions. However, to release a new version of your code, you must either install the GitHub App or disconnect from GitHub and manually upload new versions of your code.
Should you have any questions or encounter issues with the App, please feel free to comment on this post!
Haider Hakim
Haider Hakim on 8 Mar 2024
Hi, Dr. Randy Souza
is the process operation with measurement current ?
Randy Souza
Randy Souza on 13 Mar 2024
Hi @Haider Hakim, I apologize but could you please clarify your question?
Christopher Stapels
Christopher Stapels on 29 Feb 2024
Is the process similar for releasing a new project to file exchange?
Randy Souza
Randy Souza on 29 Feb 2024
Hi @Christopher Stapels, yes, the process of installing the GitHub App and then publishing a repository is the same for new and existing contributions.

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