The Reactis Communicator

To : Reactis Users
From : Reactive Systems, Inc.
Date : May 23, 2002

This is the second installment of "The Reactis Communicator", a low volume mailing list for conveying information about Reactis, RSI's embedded software design automation tool suite.

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We are pleased to announce that Reactis V2002b4 is now available. The currently available components are Reactis Tester and Reactis Simulator which offer automatic generation of comprehensive yet concise test suites from Simulink/Stateflow models. Many thanks to the valuable feedback given by evaluators of earlier beta versions. The fourth beta release of the tool includes the following new features and bug fixes.

  1. A common technique for configuring Simulink/Stateflow models is to use workspace data items as configuration variables. This release of Reactis includes a new facility to support this type of configuration variable. Such variables will be modified by Tester only between tests not during a test.
  2. Blocks of type ``Logical Operator'' are included in Simulink branch coverage.

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We are also pleased to announce that the launch date for V2002 has now been set for June 3, 2002. The Reactis Tester and Simulator suite will be available at that time at a price of $5000 per seat per year. Free 30-day evaluation licenses are available.

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The Reactis Team

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