Use the Simulink® Report Generator with Simulink® Coder™ to automatically generate documentation for a model and its generated code.
Specify standard library extensions that the code generator uses for math operations. When you generate code for a new model or with a new configuration set object, the code generator uses
Generate code for a control algorithm model, integrate the generated code with an existing system, and validate simulation and executable results.
Use Eclipse™ and Cygwin™, a free software integration development environment (IDE) and free compiler, for the examples Build Integrated Code Outside the Simulink Environment and Test
Add comments to numerous types of objects in Simulink® and Stateflow®.
Reuse previously generated code by creating a cross-release software-in-the-loop (SIL) block and incorporating the block within an integration model. For more information about the
Embedded Coder® provides three levels of control for parentheses in the generated code.
Validate generated code by using system-level S-functions or by running the code in an external environment.
Specify signals, states, and parameters for inclusion in generated code.
Customize generated identifiers by specifying the Identifier format control parameters on the Code Generation > Symbols pane in the Configuration Parameters dialog box.
Call existing, external functions from a simulation or from the generated code by using the Legacy Code Tool.
This model shows the code generated for a Simulink model containing a MATLAB script.
Use the code generation template for a new Simulink project. The code generation project template for Simulink Project includes multiple models. The project template also provides
Use code generation templates to add custom code banners, rearrange data and functions, and insert additional code segments and documentation into generated code files.
Learn how characteristics of generated code and RAM/ROM data affect the RAM/ROM metric.
Apply uniform naming rules for Simulink® data objects, including signals, parameters, and data store memory variables.
Add files to a new project, set up project shortcuts, generate code, and simulate the harness model. The models in this example demonstrate some principles of Model-Based Design (MBD).
Use the code generator to generate and review code for use in mixed languages and mixed locales.