This short recording (<10 minutes) shows how one can generate a compiled CCS library from a Simulink model, and then integrate that generated library into an existing Code Composer Studio project. This is useful in situations where an algorithm designed and tested in MATLAB/Simulink needs to be integrated into a larger project implemented on a custom board. Another use case is when Simulink doesn't support a particular board (ADC/DAC device driver blocks not available), then this approach can be used to create a complete standalone implementation of your algorithm using an example feed-through project for that board (C5510 in this example).
The feedthrough project for the C5510 can be found in the DDK 1.2 software downloaded from TI's website.
Download apps, toolboxes, and other File Exchange content using Add-On Explorer in MATLAB.