Chapter 4 The Reactis Info File Editor
Reactis does not modify the .mdl file
for a model. Instead the tool stores
model-specific information that it requires in a .rsi file. The primary way for
you to view and edit the data in these files is via the Reactis Info File Editor. In the Reactis Model Inspector, the Info File Editor can be opened in read-only mode to
inspect .rsi files created in Reactis. The directives contained in the
.rsi file are grouped into twelve categories. The settings of each category are
viewed from a different pane of the Info File Editor. Those panes are as follows:
- Constrain the values that the inports assume during simulation,
test generation, and validation.
- Configuration Variables.
- Tag certain workspace data items as configuration variables.
- Test Points.
- Manipulate model data items designated as test points.
- Outport Tolerances.
- Specify tolerance for Simulator to use when comparing an
outport value computed by the model against that stored in a test suite.
- Adjust various settings that determine how a model executes in Reactis
(e.g. conditional input branch execution, short circuiting, etc.).
- Error Checking.
- Specify how Reactis should respond to various types of errors
(e.g. overflow, NaN, etc.).
- Coverage Metrics.
- Specify the coverage metrics to be used when working with a model.
- Excluded Coverage Targets.
- View and modify the list of targets which have been excluded from coverage.
- Validator Objectives.
- Manipulate Validator objectives (assertions, user-defined targets, virtual sources)
- C Code.
- If using the Reactis for C Plugin, view a list of places in a model that reference C
code (S-Functions and Stateflow custom code) and manipulate the settings for
white-box analysis of each S-Function.
- Specify callbacks to be executed before and/or after a model is loaded.
- Search Path.
- Specify a model-specific search path.
- File Dependencies.
- Specify files on which the model depends.
Although not necessary, the default naming convention assumes that the
.mdl file and .rsi file
of a model share the same base name; for
example, if the model file is named cruise.mdl, then the name
of the associated .rsi file is assumed to be cruise.rsi. A
.rsi file named differently may be associated with a model by loading
the model in Reactis Model Inspector and selecting File -> Select Info
For detailed descriptions of the contents of each of the twelve panes,
please see Chapter 5 of the Reactis User’s Guide: