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codertarge​t.createDr​iverProjec​t('my_driv​er') problem

Asked by pabloa martin on 30 Oct 2018
Latest activity Answered by Murat Belge on 7 Nov 2018
hi
I'm using the matlab R2018A program version with all the necessary Hardware Support Packages
I'm trying to follow this manual https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/raspberrypi/ug/create-a-project-folder.html when I try to execute the first instruction codertarget.createDriverProject('my_driver')
I have a problem "Undefined variable "codertarget" or class "codertarget.createDriverProject"."
can anyone help me by telling me what I am doing wrong?
thank you

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Answer by pabloa martin on 30 Oct 2018

for your help
>> help codertarget
Packages contained in codertarget: attributes - bootloader - data - internal - options - parameter - profile - resourcemanager - rtos - scheduler - target - targethardware - targetservices - thirdpartytools - tools - utils - armcortexmbase - arm_cortex_m - raspi - arduinotarget - arduinobase - linux - asyncioplugins -
Classes contained in codertarget: DataModelAdapter - Info - Registry - RegistryEntry - TargetBoardRegistry - TargetListener - TargetRegistry -
Functions contained in codertarget: postCodeGenHookCommand - postCodeGenHookMATLABTarget - updateExtension -

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Answer by Madhu Govindarajan on 31 Oct 2018
Edited by Madhu Govindarajan on 31 Oct 2018

Is it possible that you are missing simulink support package for Raspberry pi as that is mentioned as one of the prerequisites and I cannot see that in the screenshot you have posted.

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i have the toolbox
>> license('test','matlab_coder')
ans =
1
That is not the problem
thank you
Sorry that I misled you initially with the MATLAB Coder idea, I later realized that and hence the edit. Can you check if you have Simulink support package for Raspberry Pi as well?

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Answer by pabloa martin on 31 Oct 2018
Edited by pabloa martin on 31 Oct 2018

yes, I have the simulink package for raspberry pi, also reinstall it in case there was any installation failure
Thank you very much for the help

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Can you provide the output of
which -all codertarget.createDriverProject
the output is
>> which -all codertarget.createDriverProject
'codertarget.createDriverProject' not found.
i guess that´s the problem?
thank you
That is definitely the problem. That is why I initially thought this was related to MATLAB Coder. Maybe your Coder installation did not go through right.
But it is not mentioned as one of the requirements which should be a bug. So thanks for identifying that. I will check with the right teams internally and report it.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
Madhu

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Answer by Murat Belge on 7 Nov 2018

Use the attached function archive, my_driver.ZIP, which contains the necessary files to follow the tutorial. The archive represents the folder created by command:
codertarget.createDriverProject('my_driver')

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