Retrieve the log that the kernel writes to the target computer screen
console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog(target_name,sequence_number)
console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog(target_object,sequence_number)
retrieves the log from the target computer,
console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog(
for lines equal to or greater than the sequence number. If the
target_name is omitted, the function returns the
console log of the default target computer (for example,
'TargetPC1'). If the
is omitted, the function returns lines from the default sequence (for example,
0). If no lines have such a sequence number, the function
returns an empty array.
console_log is an array of structures, one per line
of text in the console. Each structure has the following fields:
sequence: Absolute sequence number of the console
line, after target reboot.
attrib: The type of message the line
0 - normal messages
1 - warning messages
2 - error messages
text: The text of the console line. The text does
not include a line termination character (for example,
Get the console log for the default target computer starting from sequence
console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog % if the default target computer is TargetPC1, % this function is equivalent to: % console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog('TargetPC1',0)
console_log = 1×13 struct array with fields: sequence attrib text
ans = struct with fields: sequence: 0 attrib: 0 text: 'Starting up with 1 CPU'
Get the console log for a target computer selected with a target object, starting from a specific sequence number.
tg=slrt; console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog(tg,5)
console_log = 1×8 struct array with fields: sequence attrib text
ans = struct with fields: sequence: 5 attrib: 0 text: 'Download finished'
sequence_number— Target computer console log sequence number
0(default) | integer
The target computer log sequence number indicates the line number from the
beginning of last reboot, starting from
0. This number
does not necessarily match the line number displayed on the screen or
observed at the buffer.
console_log— Lines printed to target computer screen
The function returns the console log as a vector of structures consisting of the fields: