If a library contains any unsupported language features or data types, then the functionality is not included in the library definition file.
Sometimes, the content of library files exceeds limits which causes MATLAB® to create an
.m file instead of an
file. Search your output folder for a definition file of the form
define and edit the contents as
you would the
If you have issues opening the
.mlx file, then you can use the
define file instead.
First delete the
.mlx file, and then open the
in MATLAB Editor.