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rtwinconfigset

Attach and activate default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set

Syntax

rtwinconfigset('model')
rtwinconfigset('model', 'ERT')
configset=rtwinconfigset()
configset=rtwinconfigset('','ERT')

Input Arguments

model

The model to which to attach the default Real-Time Windows Target™ configuration set.

'ERT'

The default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set for Embedded Coder® software to be attached to model.

Output Arguments

configset

The default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set, which later can be attached to a model.

Description

The rtwinconfigset function, when called with argument model, attaches the default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set RTWin to the model, then activates the configuration set. This default configuration set specifies various simulation and code-generation parameter values that are useful when working with a Real-Time Windows Target model. In most cases, using rtwinconfigset provides all the configuration parameter values that the model needs.

When called with no argument, rtwinconfigset returns the default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set object. Later, you can attach this configuration set to a model. See Configure a Model.

The rtwinconfigset('model', 'ERT') function attaches the default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set for Embedded Coder software to the model, then activates the configuration set. This default configuration set specifies various simulation and code-generation parameter values that are useful when working with a Real-Time Windows Target model in the Embedded Coder environment.

The rtwinconfigset('', 'ERT') function returns the default Real-Time Windows Target configuration set object for the Embedded Coder software. Later, you can attach this configuration set to a model.

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