Dear Qian,

If you need out of the box solution for rapid control prototyping and data
acquisition you can check MicroDAQ toolbox [1]. It features automatic code
generation for MicroDAQ DSP processor, Xcos blocks for ADC, DAC, Encoder,
PWM, DIO,... real-time data access with standard Xcos sink block,
legacy/custom C code integration, target execution profiling, standalone
DSP application generation, data acquisition functionality.

[1]: https://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/microdaq/1.2.1

Grzegorz

2018-07-12 18:47 GMT+02:00 Q Z <qzhong.s...@gmail.com>:

> Hi Clément,
>
> Thanks for the suggestions! I have tried the code generator in Xcos.
> However, it seems the C code was generated to substitute the blocks, but
> the code generator cannot handle the I/O blocks and deliver a standalone
> executable for real-time control. Also, when I put everything in my model
> to a single superblock and tried generating C code for it, the process kept
> running for hours without giving any output. I think it may be that my
> controller model has too many inputs and layers.
>
> I am trying the RTAI and see if I can move forward with it.
>
> Kind regards,
> Qian
>
> On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 8:50 AM, Clément David <
> clement.da...@esi-group.com> wrote:
>
>> Hello Qian,
>>
>> The most obvious solution is to use the Tools->Code generator that will
>> generate C code for the
>> schema (the calls to the simulation functions) and using the simulation
>> functions shipped with
>> Scilab (and freely available within Scilab source code).
>>
>> If you want to target a specific hardware, the STM32 toolbox [1] (based
>> on the same code generator)
>> will let you generate similar C code but optimized and with some blocks
>> for hardware support !
>>
>> [1]: https://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/xcos_stm32_toolbox
>>
>> --
>> Clément
>>
>> Le lundi 02 juillet 2018 à 15:58 -0700, qzhong a écrit :
>> > Dear all,
>> >
>> > I am working on a controller model in Xcos which takes inputs from
>> sensors
>> > and generates control decisions. The Xcos model has been built and
>> compiled
>> > with no error. The issue I have is that I need to generate a .dll file
>> from
>> > the Xcos model and use it in another simulation tool, similar to the
>> process
>> > done in Simulink by the Real Time Workshop module. I am not quite sure
>> > whether similar packages exist for Scilab/Xcos.
>> >
>> > Does anyone have a similar experience when using Scilab/Xcos? Any
>> comments
>> > would be much appreciated.
>> >
>> > Qian
>> >
>> >
>> >
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