Free Production Code Generation Evaluation Kit (Based on Eclipse IDE) – Featuring the Simulink Data Dictionary

Learn the basics through this interactive tutorial, which focuses on C code generation for microcontroller units (MCUs).

This downloadable evaluation kit provides an interactive tutorial that guides you through the code generation process using Simulink and Embedded Coder with the Eclipse IDE™. The tutorial takes up to three hours to complete but can be done incrementally. Upon completion, you will have a thorough understanding of techniques for generating production-quality code with Model-Based Design. The tutorial includes the following modules:

  • Introduction: Shows basic configuration steps to embedded code generation models
  • Understanding the Model: Introduces the model from a behavioral and structural perspective, explains how code is generated, and shows the basics of configuring the model
  • Configuring the Data Interface: Covers the specification of signals and parameters in the generated code
  • Function Partitioning Within the Generated Code: Shows how to associate subsystems in the model with specific function names and files
  • Calling External C Code from the Simulink Model and Generated Code: Introduces the Legacy Code Tool as a method for calling external functions. The Legacy Code Tool enables you to call the external function from within the simulation and in the generated code
  • Integrating the Generated Code into the External Environment (with Eclipse IDE): Provides an overview of the external build process, including what files are required and the interfaces you use to call the generated code
  • Testing the Generated Code (with Eclipse IDE): Shows two approaches for validating the generated code: the use of system-level S-functions and running code in an external environment
  • Optimizing the Generated Code: Reviews the build characteristics of the generated code. Provides RAM/ROM data for several model configurations
  • Installing Cygwin and Eclipse (Optional Step)

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