Projects can help you organize your work and collaborate. Use projects to find files required to run your code, manage and share files and settings, and interact with source control. For more information about projects, see Create Projects.
|Get current project|
|Load an existing project|
|Determine if project is loaded|
|Export project to archive|
|Create blank project|
|Change definition file type of project|
|Stop folder management and delete project definition files|
|Get root project|
|Add file or folder to project|
|Add folder and child files to project|
|Remove file from project|
|Add folder to project path|
|Remove folder from project path|
|Add referenced project to project|
|Remove project reference|
|Add startup file to project|
|Add shutdown file to project|
|Remove startup file from project startup list|
|Remove shutdown file from project shutdown list|
|Add shortcut to project|
|Remove shortcut from project|
|Attach label to project file|
|Create project label|
|Remove label from project|
|Get project file label|
|Create category of project labels|
|Find project category of labels|
|Remove project category of labels|
|Find project file by name|
|List modified files in project|
|Get project file dependencies|
|Update source control status of project files|
|Run all project checks|
|Update project dependencies|
Create projects in MATLAB® to organize and share your work with others.
Add, move, rename, and open project files and folders.
Organize large projects using referenced projects.
Package and share projects as zip files, by email, as a toolbox, or by making it publicly available on a connected source control tool.
Upgrade all the files in your project using the Upgrade Project tool.
Find required files for a whole project or for specified files, resolve problems, and control options for external toolboxes and incremental analysis.
Update, commit, merge changes, and view revision history directly from the project environment.