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Embedded Coder Support Package for Green Hills MULTI IDE (R2012b)

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Embedded Coder Support Package for Green Hills MULTI IDE (R2012b)



Embedded Coder integration for creating models that run directly in Green Hills MULTI IDE

function h = ghsmulti(varargin)
%Support for Green Hills(R) MULTI(R) IDE will be removed in a future release.
%GHSMULTI Create an IDE Link object for use with Green Hills MULTI.
%   H = GHSMULTI('PropertyName',PropertyValue,...) returns an object H
%   that IDE Link software uses to communicate with Green Hills MULTI IDE.  
%   This object can also be used to access memory and control the execution
%   of the processor connected to the MULTI IDE. This command creates a
%   service in the host machine.
%   Before running the GHSMULTI command for the first time, use GHSMULTICONFIG
%   to configure IDE Link to identify the location of your MULTI
%   software, your processor configuration, your debug server and the host
%   name and port number of the service to be created. 
%   All parameters passed to GHSMULTI are interpreted as object property
%   definitions. Each property definition consists of a property name
%   followed by the desired property value. After the object is
%   created, these values can be retrieved or modified depending on the
%   property attributes. 
%   Property Names: 
%   'hostname' - The host name of the machine where the IDE Link
%                Service for Green Hills MULTI will run. Specifying HOSTNAME
%                overrides the host name specified through GHSMULTICONFIG.
%   'portnum'  - The port number of the IDE Link Service for 
%                Green Hills MULTI. Specifying PORTNUM overrides the port
%                number specified through GHSMULTICONFIG. 
%   'timeout'  - The maximum period (in seconds) that a GHSMULTI method waits
%                for a processor operation to complete (e.g. load).
%                If this time is exceeded, a time-out error is thrown.
%                The default time-out value is 10 seconds.
%   Examples: 
%   h = ghsmulti             % creates or connects to a service at the 
%                            % default host name and port number 
%   h = ghsmulti('hostname','localhost','portnum',4444); % creates or connects to a 
%                                                        % service running on the specified 
%                                                        % host name and port number 
%   h = ghsmulti('timeout',20);
%   The GHSMULTI object provides methods you can use for communicating with
%   MULTI and the processor. For more information on a given GHSMULTI
%   method, use the following syntax:   
%     help ghsmulti/(method)
%   -------------------------------
%   Methods for GHSMULTI Object
%   -------------------------------
%   add         - Place a file in the current MULTI project.
%   activate    - Cause the specified file to become active in MULTI.
%   address     - Return the address value of specified target symbol.
%   build       - Build a MULTI project.
%   cd          - Change current working directory.
%   dir         - List MULTI working directory.
%   disp        - Display properties of MULTI object.
%   display     - Display a MULTI object.
%   halt        - Immediately terminate execution of target processor.
%   info        - Return information about the target processor. 
%   insert      - Add a debug point into MULTI.
%   isrunning   - Check if the target processor is executing.
%   list        - Return information on a variable, function, data type or project.
%   load        - Transfer a program file to the target processor.
%   new         - Create an empty file in MULTI.
%   open        - Load a file into the MULTI IDE.
%   profile     - Obtain statistics on current program execution.
%   read        - Retrieve a block of data from the target processor's memory.
%   regread     - Return the value in the specified processor register.	 
%   regwrite    - Place passed value into the specified processor register.
%   reload      - Repeat load of the most recently loaded program file.
%   remove      - Remove a file from the current MULTI Project.
%   reset       - Initiate software reset of board.
%   restart     - Restore the target processor to the program entry point.
%   run         - Initiate execution of target processor.
%   setbuildopt - Set the build option for the project.
%   symbol      - Read the target processor's entire symbol table.
%   write       - Write a block of data into the target processor's memory.

% Copyright 2006-2011 The MathWorks, Inc.

%% Check if Embedded Coder license is available
linkfoundation.autointerface.baselink.checkOutLicense({'ishostonly', 0});

%% Check if this platform is supported
linkfoundation.autointerface.baselink.checkPlatformSupport(mfilename, ...

%% Create MULTI handle(s)
    % Get and check properties, if specified by user
    args = CheckInputs(varargin);
    specifiedProps = {args{1:2:end}};
    if ~iscellstr(specifiedProps)
        %for now we don't need to look at specifiedProps.
        %    specifiedProps = lower(specifiedProps);

     h = ghsmultiext.autointerface.ghsmulti(args{:});

catch consException
    %should we be doing any parsing here!

%% ------------------------------------------------------------------------
function args = CheckInputs(args)
nargs = length(args);
    error(message('ERRORHANDLER:utils:ConstructorInputsNotInPairs', 'GHSMULTI'));

%% ------------------------------------------------------------------------
function CheckPrefs()

%% ------------------------------------------------------------------------
function CheckPrefEntry(theEntry)

%% ------------------------------------------------------------------------
function CheckPrefAndSetDefault(theEntry,defaultval)
EntryVal = ghsmultiext.Utilities.multilinkpref('getpref',theEntry);
if (isempty(EntryVal))

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