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F2MC-16 Family MATLAB-SDT Cooperation module for Eclipse

Last Updated: 
Oct 26, 2016

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F2MC-16 Family MATLAB-SDT Cooperation module for Eclipse

Operating Environment

  • Windows® 7 / Vista / XP

It is necessary to install with the following software:

  • MATLAB
    MATLAB must use the following versions.
    MATLAB(R2011a)
    • Simulink Ver7.7
    • MATLAB Coder Ver2.0
    • Simulink Coder Ver8.0
    • Embedded Coder Ver6.0
  • F2MC-16 Family SOFTUNE Professional Pack Rev:300023(or later)
    Remarks:
    Please do not select "Communication module for EasyCODE" when you install F2MC-16 Family SOFTUNE Professional Pack.
    thatWith the existence of the "Communication module for EasyCODE", cooperated simulation does not operate normally.
  • Microsoft Visual C++ compiler
    The Microsoft Visual C++ compiler is necessary to make S-Function for the communication between the Simulink and the SOFTUNE debugger.
    Remarks:
    When the 2005 Express or 2008 Express is used, Microsoft Platform SDK is necessary. Please refer the details to HP of the following MathWorks Ltd.
  • SOFTUNE Development Tools for Eclipse(SDT) (V01L02) (or later)
  • Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers (Eclipse Indigo Sr2 Packages:Eclipse 3.7.2)
  • JRE Version 6(Java Runtime Environment1.6) (or later)
  • Cygwin 1.7.1(or later)

 

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