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November 30, 2009
Dear Reactis User:
We are pleased to announce the availability of Reactis V2009.3 (beta)
In addition to all bug fixes up to Reactis V2009.2.2, the following
features were added:
Newly supported Simulink features
- Initial support for MATLAB R2009b models. This means
Reactis will work together with MATLAB R2009b and models created
and edited with R2009b will work in Reactis. However, new features
introduced in MATLAB R2009b are not yet supported. New features will
be supported as demand increases.
- Added support for using configuration variables as parameters to
S-Functions. If an S-Function defines a "mdlProcessParameters" function then
Reactis will update the S-Function parameters at each step and call the
S-Function's mdlProcessParameters function. In the mdlProcessParameters
function the S-Function can then take appropriate actions if any
parameters have changed (due to updated configuration variables).
- Added support for new 1-d lookup table configurations:
- single to double
- fixpoint to double
- fixpoint to single
- Added support for new 2-d lookup table configurations:
- single and single to double
- single and single to fixpoint
- double and double to fixpoint
- double and fixpoint to double
- fixpoint and double to double
- fixpoint and fixpoint to double
- single and fixpoint to single
- fixpoint and single to single
- fixpoint and fixpoint to single
- Improved coverage tracking within C macro expansions. If a macro in
C code expands to multiple statements then the macro invocation will be
highlighted in red until all its statements are covered. Hovering over
the macro invocation will list all statements that the macro expands to
and their respective coverage information.
- New info screen showing contents of RSM files. Clicking on a
"FN" (S-Function) or "LIB" (C Library) system in the model hierarchy
tree displays the contents of the associated RSM file in the main panel.
- Improved support for non-ascii characters in file names. Reactis does
now support all characters in file names that are representable in the
native character encoding of the operating system. For example,
Japanese characters can be used in file names on a Japanese Windows
but not on an English version of Windows.
You may download the patches or full installers from the
Reactis User Pages.
The Reactis Team
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