MATLAB and Simulink Requirements

Supported and Compatible Compilers - Mac

A number of MathWorks products or product features require that you have a third-party compiler installed on your system. The tables below outline the compilers that are supported by various MathWorks products. These compilers are provided by a number of vendors and are available under a variety of commercial, academic, or open source terms; visit the providers' websites for further information.

Please see Polyspace documentation for the list of compilers that Polyspace supports in the current release. See Supported Interfaces to Other Languages for information about using MATLAB with other programming languages.

Other Platforms: Windows | Linux

Note: Xcode 15 is supported as of R2023b Update 5.


Mac

MATLAB Product Family

Compiler Apple silicon Intel MATLAB MATLAB Compiler SDK MATLAB Coder SimBiology Fixed-Point Designer Audio Toolbox ROS Toolbox
For MEX-file compilation, loadlibrary, C++ interface, and external usage of MATLAB Engine and MAT-file APIs C/C++ For all features For accelerated computation For accelerated computation For validating and generating audio plugins For custom messages and code generation
Xcode 15
Xcode 14
NAG Fortran Compiler              
Intel oneAPI 2023 for Fortran              
Intel oneAPI 2022 for Fortran              
Intel oneAPI 2021 for Fortran              

Simulink Product Family

Compiler Apple silicon Intel Simulink Simulink Stateflow Simulink Coder Embedded Coder
For S-Function compilation For model referencing, Accelerator mode, Rapid Accelerator mode, and MATLAB Function blocks For all features For all features When targeting the host OS
Xcode 15
Xcode 14
NAG Fortran Compiler1          
Intel oneAPI 2023 for Fortran1          
Intel oneAPI 2022 for Fortran1          
Intel oneAPI 2021 for Fortran1          

To determine the version of Xcode installed, start Xcode and then select Xcode->About Xcode.

Notes for the Mac Platform

  1.  Fortran compilers are supported with Simulink only for creating Simulink S-functions using the MATLAB MEX command. The S-functions can be used with normal and accelerated simulations.