Create and run build tasks using a standard programming interface
Use the build tool to create and run build tasks, such as identifying code issues, running tests, and packaging a toolbox.
You can create a plan with your tasks and task dependencies in a single build file, and then invoke the build tool to run the plan. To get started, see Overview of MATLAB Build Tool.
|Fundamental interface for defining a build|
|Single unit of work in a build|
|Action performed when task runs|
|Context provided when task runs|
|Result of running a task|
|Result of running a build|
|Collection of files and folders|
- Overview of MATLAB Build Tool
Use the build tool to define and run a build.
- Create and Run Tasks Using Build Tool
Create a plan using a main function and local task functions in a build file. Then, plot dependencies and run the tasks with the build tool.
- Create and Run Tasks That Accept Arguments
Create build tasks that accept arguments for customizing their actions. Then, run the tasks with the build tool.
- Improve Performance with Incremental Builds
Run builds more efficiently by specifying task inputs and outputs.