as you said, use the default path, it works, Thank you~
But during the protyping progress, it exists another problem, do you know why~
Hi Zhang Jing,
The RAppID BL is the tool that loads the application into the MCU FLASH or SRAM memory.
It requires a special piece of SW to run from MCU flash memory prior of being able load the application generated from MATLAB/Simulink
Have you flashed the RBF (special sw) into the MPC5744P Flash memory ?
If so, then let us try a simple test. Take the *.mot file from the ***_rtw folder and program it with the RAppID_BL.exe from ...\mbdtbx_MPC574xP\tools\BootLoader location.
Does it works ?
OK,uuuuuuu, the develop board for MPC5744P is still on the way~This problem could be for further trial.
But still a problem, I open the Simulink Library, don't find the Model Based design ..... for MPC5744P library. So could you do me a favor~Thank you~
After you run the mbd_pnt_path.m file, the MPC5744P Simulink library blocks should appear in the Simulink Library. If you still not able to see it after executin the mbd_pnt_path.m then please fit F5 (refresh) in the Simulink Library Browser.
Hope this helps!
what a pity, it doesn't works.
My Matalb is installed in Disk D, MBDT is installed in Disk C, does it matter? A little bit strange~Thank you~
Can you check the MATLAB paths ? Do you see the the mbdtbx_MPC574xP added (especially the folder highlighted) ?
What happens if you open one of the mdl files from the Examples folder? Are you able to see the NXP blocks?
Yes, I checked, I saw this path. Open one .mdl from the example folder, I can see the NXP blocks. Thank you~
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