pyargs() not working in python interface

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Matthew Parry
Matthew Parry on 1 Dec 2021
When I try to use the inkstone package (https://github.com/alexysong/inkstone) with MATLAB the pyargs() function doesn't work properly.
>>> pip install inkstone
In MATLAB I have
s = py.inkstone.Inkstone();
s.AddMaterial(pyargs('name','di','epsilon',12))
which gives the error
Unrecognized method, property, or field 'AddMaterial' for class 'py.inkstone.simulator.Inkstone'.
I can get around this one by using
s.AddMaterial('di', pyargs('epsilon',12))
But then I get an error with
s.AddLayer('in', pyargs('thickness',0, 'material_background','vacuum'))
Unrecognized method, property, or field 'AddLayer' for class 'py.inkstone.simulator.Inkstone'.
From this point on pyargs() simply won't work and I have to list every argument in the order in which they are defined in the method. This ofcourse makes it impossible to use a method where I don't want to specify a particular argument.
If I use pyargs() at the command line I get
pyargs('y',0)
ans =
pyargs with no properties.

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