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Simulink top level subsystem block names cause different code generated from compiler

Question asked by LI CHEN on Dec 30, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 20, 2020 by Constantin Razvan Chivu

We use MBD_toolbox MPC57xx V3.1 for our motor control (MCU). We have four top level subsystems (Application, HW interface, OS and MPC Config). The four subsystems were named automatically by simulink as subsystem 1,2,3 and 4. We built it and run in our ECU without issue. For better readability,  I changes subsystem names as Application, Interface, OS and Config. After built, it doesn't run in ECU anymore. And  the code generated are quite different. I changed them to subsystemApplication, subsystemInterface, subsystemOS and subsystemConfig. They are OK. Under the top level subsystem, we have named the sub-subsystem with all kind of names. There is no issues.

My question: Why the top level subsystem have to be started with "subsystem"?

Thanks,

Li

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