Target Language Compiler (TLC) is an integral part of the code generator. Use TLC to customize generated code. Through customization, you can produce platform-specific code and incorporate your own algorithmic changes for performance, code size, or compatibility with existing methods.
With the Target Language Compiler, you can :
Customize the set of options specified by your system target file.
Inline the code for S-Function blocks.
Generate additional or different types of files.
To learn about the basics of TLC, see Target Language Compiler Basics.
Use the Target Language Compiler to produce platform-specific code and incorporate your own algorithmic changes for performance, code size, or compatibility with existing methods that you prefer to maintain.
Use the Target Language Compiler to customize the set of options specified by your system target file, inline the code for S-Function blocks, or generate additional or different types of files.
Determine when, how, and why to inline S-functions.
Learn what information a block object captures.
Learn how the Target Language Compiler interprets
Apply techniques for inlining S-functions.
The TLC tutorials describe why and how to use TLC.
Learn how TLC accesses record files and interprets their contents.
TLC inlines S-functions, resulting in faster, optimized code.
Understand how and when TLC outputs loops and variable names.
Invoke TLC debugger commands, set breakpoints, and trace code execution.
Use TLC coverage statistics to help identify bugs in TLC code.
Use TLC to integrate legacy and proprietary code into compiled models.
Create and use target language files.
Customize builds by passing configuration data to
Use the Target Language Compiler to generate source code in specific ways or to give the code-specific characteristics.
Understand TLC variables and file and record handling.
Learn about the roles and varieties of system and block target files.
TLC library functions can transform data into data structures.
is a partial representation of a model generated by the build process
for use by the Target Language Compiler.
Access information about data objects in the
Simulink® uses data references to optimize data access during code generation.
Access parameter settings for a block in the
Generate TLC global data map record in
Write S-functions to be used for code generation.
Handle calls made by C MEX S-functions.
Observe case conventions and use library functions to make your TLC code more robust.
Use polymorphic block functions combined with the Target Language Compiler library functions to write a block target file.
%roll directive to indicate
whether the code generator unrolls
Use library functions to access many of the parameter name/parameter values pairs in the block record.
Apply proper TLC function syntax and conventions.
These TLC Functions process and report on input signals.
These TLC functions process and report on output signals.
These functions process model parameters.
These functions handle storage and states.
These TLC functions are for specifying block compatibility with code generation features.
These functions navigate paths and handle error conditions.
These functions are for tailoring code elements and comments.
These functions are for handling continuous and discrete time.
These functions are not elsewhere classified.
These functions are generally required only for special situations.
Use the TLC debugger to execute TLC code line-by-line, analyze and/or change variables in a specified block scope, and view the TLC call stack.
Determine what TLC statements are executed.
Measure the execution time of each TLC function.
Use this alphabetical list of error messages to detect and address error conditions in your TLC code.