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findFile

(Not recommended) Get project file by name

simulinkproject is not recommended. Use currentProject or openProject instead. For more information, see Compatibility Considerations.

Syntax

file = findFile(proj,fileorfolder)

Description

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file = findFile(proj,fileorfolder) returns a specific project file by name. You need to get a file before you can query labels, or use addLabel or removeLabel.

Examples

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Open the airframe project and create a project object.

sldemo_slproject_airframe;
proj = simulinkproject;

Use findFile to get a file by name. You need to know the path if it is inside subfolders under the project root.

myfile = findFile(proj,'models/AnalogControl.mdl')
myfile = 

  ProjectFile with properties:

      Path: [1x86 char]
    Labels: [1x1 slproject.Label]
  Revision: '2'
SourceControlStatus: Unmodified

Alternatively, you can examine files by index. Get the first file.

file = proj.Files(1);

Find out what you can do with the file.

methods(file)
Methods for class slproject.ProjectFile:

addLabel    removeLabel  findLabel          

Input Arguments

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Project, specified as a project object. Use simulinkproject to create a project object to manipulate a project at the command line.

Path of the file or folder to find relative to the project root folder, specified as a character vector, string, or array. Files must include any subfolders under the project root and the file extension. The file or folder must be within the root folder.

Example: ‘models/myModelName.slx’

Output Arguments

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Project file, returned as a file object that you can query or modify.

Compatibility Considerations

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Not recommended starting in R2019a

Introduced in R2013a