Given a string that is the name of a MATLAB toolbox, return true if it is available on the Cody solvers evaluation system, false otherwise
I'm having difficulty understanding why solution 45103 to this problem fails - am I doing something really stupid?
The results are quite misleading. Although the IPT is shown as available using the ver command, it actually is not in the path - and Helen Chen confirms that this is deliberate in her reply to my question at http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/answers/29536-cody-toolbox-availability
I'd be grateful if someone could explain why this solution fails.
despite being 'installed', the image processing toolbox does not seem to be in the path, and the cody machines do not seem to have access to a license for it...
Thanks Alfonso - that seems to be the right explanation, and Helen Chen has commented at http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/answers/29536-cody-toolbox-availability
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