Welcome to the 2019 holiday season installment of the Reactis Communicator.
We recently celebrated the 20-year anniversary of Reactive Systems' founding! The graphic below enumerates some of the milestones from the past two decades. We sincerely thank all Reactis users for making this journey possible and look forward to continuing the collaboration in the decades to come. So thank you, thank you, thank you!
Reactis® V2019.2 is now available for download. V2019.2 includes a new feature to enable reading from a test during user-guided simulation, extensions to the Reactis for EML Plugin, and more.
The user-guided simulation mode of Reactis Simulator lets you specify values for top-level inputs while your model executes, in effect hand-crafting a test. The V2019.2 release augments this mode of operation with a feature that lets you read one or more inputs from an existing test, while controlling other inputs yourself. The screenshot below shows the user-guided simulation dialog configured with three different sources for the top-level inputs. Some are read from a test, some are generated randomly, and others use values specified in the dialog.
The Reactis for EML Plugin now supports white-box testing of functions located in external .m files. If you add an external function by selecting Edit -> External EML Functions, then Reactis Tester will generate tests which cover targets within the function and you can debug Embedded MATLAB at the source-level in Reactis Simulator.
The supported subset of Embedded MATLAB has also been extended to include:
When adding source files to a library it is now possible to add files recursively from all subfolders.
Newly supported Simulink features include the following:
Have a great holiday season!
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