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Topic: Working with XPC target using Python
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Robin

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Registered: 2/7/08
Working with XPC target using Python
Posted: Feb 7, 2008 3:45 PM
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I am using xpc target explorer to run an experiment from
matlab, but now I would like to use python to automate the
experiment. To do this I need to know how to do two things:
1) Communicate with xpc target to load the Simulink model,
and start and stop the simulation. Can this be done using a
TCP socket or a Telnet connection?
2) I want to connect to ftp server on the xpc target machine
to upload and download some files before each run. The ftp
connection works through Matlab but I have been unable to
connect to the ftp using a regular client or python's ftp
library. Is there a special port I need to use? Any username
or password?

Any help or pointers to other sources of information would
be appreciated.

Many Thanks



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