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Problem with simulation in Simulink

Problem with simulation in Simulink

Problem with simulation in Simulink


I try to simulate two S-function blocks. Each of this blocks use the same 2 static libraries. Due to it, when I generate the 2 static libraries with Visual Studio 2010, in the project properties, I set the "Runtime Library" option to "Multi-threaded(/MT)".

Afterwards, I generate the mex file including the 2 static libraries for each S-function and I "build" the Simulink model. Until here everything is fine, but when I try to run the Simulation, Simulink closes matlab and also itself and there is error message.

I do not know if somebody has had already the same problem. I am stuck with this problem for some days and I do not know how to fix it.

Any hint would be really appreciated.

Thank you very much.

Regards, waso.

RE: Problem with simulation in Simulink

That is very strange Simulink closing when you try to run the sim. It is likely something wrong with you library references. But, I never had a problem like that so....


RE: Problem with simulation in Simulink

Hi FeX32,

thanks a lot for your answer. About the problem I got when I run the simulation with Simulink was related with the memory management. I did the debug and I got a similar error some time ago, and it was related to my C code; in this case the code in my library, because I was trying to access to some part of the memory where there was nothing.

I am trying to fix it know.

Once more, thank you very much.

Regards, waso

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