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Paul

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Problem autocoding with RTW
Posted: Jan 16, 2014 8:50 AM
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I am attempting to auto-code model and getting following error message

Error: File: c:\eng_apps\matlab2010a\rtw\c\tlc\mw\opaquelib.tlc Line: 338 Column: 74
The argument for an [] operation must be a repeated scope symbol, a vector, or a matrix

At the main window prompt I can see a bit more of elaboration

Error: File: c:\eng_apps\matlab2010a\stateflow\c\tlc\sflib.tlc Line: 403 Column: 29
Unable to find StateflowMachineVarGroupVarIdx within the VarGroups scope
Error: File: c:\eng_apps\matlab2010a\stateflow\c\tlc\sflib.tlc Line: 403 Column: 60
The argument for an [] operation must be a repeated scope symbol, a vector, or a matrix
Error: File: c:\eng_apps\matlab2010a\stateflow\c\tlc\sflib.tlc Line: 405 Column: 67
The argument for an [] operation must be a repeated scope symbol, a vector, or a matrix
Error: File: c:\eng_apps\matlab2010a\rtw\c\tlc\mw\opaquelib.tlc Line: 337 Column: 73
The argument for an [] operation must be a repeated scope symbol, a vector, or a matrix
Error using ==> tlc_new
Error: File: c:\eng_apps\matlab2010a\rtw\c\tlc\mw\opaquelib.tlc Line: 338 Column: 74
The argument for an [] operation must be a repeated scope symbol, a vector, or a matrix

What is really confusing me: If I breake library links and attempt to build the model again, then auto-code process completes just fine. Reenabling links and rerunning auto-code generates same errors as seen above. In would appreciate any insight on this one.



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