This section describes how to configure a custom embedded target to support C++ class
interface control. Without the described modifications, you will not be able to use
C++ class code interface packaging to generate and configure C++
class interfaces to model code. For more information about C++ class interface control, see
Interactively Configure C++ Interface.
The requirements for supporting C++ class interface control are as follows:
The target must be derived from the ERT system target file.
The system target file must declare C++ class interface control compliance, as described in Declaring C++ Class Interface Control Compliance.
For an example that shows how to configure custom target optional features, see Customize System Target Files.
To declare C++ class interface control compliance for your target, you must implement a
callback function that sets the
CPPClassGenCompliant flag, and then
install the callback function in the
SelectCallback field of the
rtwgensettings structure in your system target file. The callback
function is triggered whenever the user selects the target in the System Target File
Browser. For example, the following system target file code installs a
SelectCallback function named
rtwgensettings.SelectCallback = 'custom_select_callback_handler(hDlg,hSrc)';
The arguments to the
hSrc) are handles to private data used by the
callback API functions. These handles are restricted to use in system target file callback
functions. They should be passed in without alteration.
Your callback function should set the
CPPClassGenCompliant flag as
slConfigUISetVal(hDlg,hSrc,'CPPClassGenCompliant','on'); slConfigUISetEnabled(hDlg,hSrc,'CPPClassGenCompliant',false); hSrc.refreshDialog;
CPPClassGenCompliant target configuration parameter is set
on, you can use the
C++ class code
interface packaging to generate and configure C++ class interfaces to model code.
C++ class code interface packaging for your model
enables model configuration parameter Generate an example main program.
When you select this parameter,the code generator produces an example main program,
ert_main.cpp. The generated example main program declares model data
and calls the C++ class interface configured model step method, and illustrates how the
generated code can be deployed.
To customize the build process and disable generation and inclusion of an example main
program, see the
setTargetProvidesMain function. Disabling
example main generation permits including a custom main program.