Build Out of the Box Linux Executable from AUTOSAR Adaptive Model
As part of generating code for an AUTOSAR adaptive model, you can generate a
CMakeLists.txt file for building a Linux® standalone executable. Then, on a Linux system, you can build the executable and run the resulting executable on
Linux as a standalone application.
If the applications having have matching
DDS deployment artifacts, they
can communicate with each other. Building the executable files from
CMakeLists.txt requires running CMake software on a Linux system.
Executable generation from an AUTOSAR adaptive model is supported only on the Linux platform.
To build a Linux standalone executable:
Open a component model that you have configured for the AUTOSAR adaptive target (
In the Configuration Parameters dialog box, select Code Generation > Build process > Toolchain settings. Set Toolchain to
AUTOSAR Adaptive Linux Executable. The toolchain selection adds ARA functional cluster libraries provided by MathWorks®.
Build the model. The build generates C++ code, ARXML files, and a
In the model build folder, open
CMakeLists.txtand verify that it is configured for executable generation. For example, make sure that:
The specifications for
link_directoriesinclude the values specified in Toolchain settings.
DDS Topic Nameand
DDS Domain IDfrom the generated
Clear and re-create the mapping for the model with existing mappings (models created by using a MATLAB® version prior to 22a), to have
DDSbinding as default. Otherwise, the model continues using user-defined bindings. To re-create the mapping, use this command:
On a Linux system, outside MATLAB, go to the model build folder. To build the executable file, enter these commands:
cmake CMakeLists.txt; make all;
The make generates an executable file for the adaptive model one level above the model build folder. You can run the executable on Linux as a standalone application.
Adaptive applications having event deployment artifacts with the same
DOMAIN-ID can communicate with each