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Topic: Who is Targetman and why is he throwing errors?
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Re: Who is Targetman and why is he throwing errors?
Posted: Mar 13, 2012 8:42 AM
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"Kevin Ehlmann" wrote in message <il6707$4ai$>...
> "John Berryman" <> wrote in message <ijk8kv$q6s$>...
> > When running a program that calls a Simulink model with embedded matlab and with mex functions, I get the following error
> >

> > > In Run_Ascent_Guidance at 140
> > Embedded MATLAB parsing for model "TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE"...Done
> > Embedded MATLAB code generation for model "TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE"....Done
> > Embedded MATLAB compilation for model "TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE"...Making simulation target "TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE_sfun", ...
> >
> > /Applications/ -c -O -DMATLAB_MEX_FILE -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/slprj/_sfprj/TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE/_self/sfun/src -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE_sfun.c
> > /Applications/ -c -O -DMATLAB_MEX_FILE -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/slprj/_sfprj/TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE/_self/sfun/src -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE_sfun_registry.c
> > /Applications/ -c -O -DMATLAB_MEX_FILE -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/slprj/_sfprj/TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE/_self/sfun/src -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ c2_TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE.c
> > /Applications/ -c -O -DMATLAB_MEX_FILE -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/slprj/_sfprj/TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE/_self/sfun/src -I/Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ -I/Applications/ /Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/sfun_MainSub_wrapper.c
> > /Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/sfun_MainSub_wrapper.c: In function 'sfun_MainSub_Outputs_wrapper':
> > /Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/sfun_MainSub_wrapper.c:216: warning: passing argument 51 of 'mainsub_' from incompatible pointer type
> > /Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/sfun_MainSub_wrapper.c:216: warning: passing argument 52 of 'mainsub_' from incompatible pointer type
> > /Users/mrberryman/MyDocuments/Work/400RMP/Ascent_ver2_GatewayEML/sfun_MainSub_wrapper.c:216: warning: passing argument 53 of 'mainsub_' from incompatible pointer type
> > gmake: *** No rule to make target `/EML_object_files_x32RELEASE/MainSub.obj', needed by `TestAscent_EMLClosedLoop_x32RELEASE_sfun.mexmaci'. Stop.
> >
> >
> > ??? Error using ==> Run_Ascent_Guidance at 140
> > Error using ==> targetman>throw_make_error at 558
> > (SLSF Diagnostic).
> >
> > I'm not really sure where to start with this one. Any ideas?

> I don't know, but I seem to have the same problem with a similar program

Has anybody got any solution to this issue?? It will really help me out alot.
In advance

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