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function ltfatstop()
%LTFATSTOP Stops the LTFAT toolbox
% Usage: ltfatstop;
%
% `ltfatstop` removes all LTFAT subdirectories from the path.
%
% See also: ltfatstart
% AUTHOR : Peter L. Søndergaard, Zdenek Prusa
dirlist = {};
jarsubpath = ['blockproc', filesep(), 'java', filesep(), 'blockproc.jar'];
% Old versions of Matlab does not have "mfilename('fullpath')"
pkg_folder = which(mfilename);
% Kill the function name from the path. -3 for .m and /
pkg_folder=pkg_folder(1:end-numel(mfilename)-3);
d= dir(pkg_folder);
% Take only valid directories
d= {d(arrayfun(@(dEl) dEl.isdir && ~strcmp(dEl.name(1),'.'),d))};
basedir = {filesep()};
while ~isempty(d)
for ii=1:numel(d{1})
name = d{1}(ii).name;
dtmp = dir([pkg_folder basedir{1},name]);
dtmp = dtmp(arrayfun(@(dEl) dEl.isdir && ~strcmp(dEl.name(1),'.'),dtmp));
if ~isempty(dtmp)
d{end+1} = dtmp;
basedir{end+1} = [basedir{1},name,filesep];
end
if exist([pkg_folder,basedir{1},name,filesep(),lower(name),'init.m'],'file')
dirtmp = [pkg_folder,basedir{1},name];
pathCell = regexp(path, pathsep, 'split');
if ispc % Windows is not case-sensitive
onPath = any(strcmpi(dirtmp, pathCell));
else
onPath = any(strcmp(dirtmp, pathCell));
end
% Add to the list only if it is already in path
if onPath
dirlist{end+1} = [basedir{1},name];
end
end
end
basedir(1) = [];
d(1) = [];
end
% Remove directories from the path
cellfun(@(dEl) rmpath([pkg_folder,dEl]),dirlist);
% Remove the root dir
pathCell = regexp(path, pathsep, 'split');
if ispc % Windows is not case-sensitive
onPath = any(strcmpi(pkg_folder, pathCell));
else
onPath = any(strcmp(pkg_folder, pathCell));
end
% This can actually remove user hardcoded path to LTFAT's root.
if onPath
rmpath(pkg_folder);
end
% Clean the classpath
if ~isempty(which('javaclasspath'))
try
jp = javaclasspath();
if any(strcmp([pkg_folder filesep() jarsubpath],jp))
javarmpath([pkg_folder, filesep(), jarsubpath]);
end
catch
% Do nothing. At this point, user is most probably aware that
% there is something wrong with the JAVA support.
end
end