[etherlab-users] RTW Output Assertion

Richard Hacker (MSc Eng) ha at igh-essen.com
Wed Apr 28 09:24:39 CEST 2010

On Friday 23 April 2010 17:42, Matt Jackson wrote:
> Hello,
> I've got a simple question about output devices in RTW.
> We can generate synthetic output data using any of the source elements
> or via some closed-loop system as function of the inputs. However, these
> are all internal to the kernel module.
> How do you expose the outputs to Pdcom? For example, it would be nice to
> exercise the discrete outputs via the controls from testmanager or some
> other external process via the Pdcom interface. I'm sure this is
> possible but I'm at a loss as to how to do it.
Download pdcom, unpack.
Check out the example/

It helps to know that the pdcom library does not do any system calls, like 
socket() connect(), etc. The client implementation is responsible for the 
communication to port 2345 where the etherlab_buddy is running on.

In your application, you must reimplement the virtual methods of class Process 
class so that you receive the signals

> Thanks.
> Matt Jackson
> Hardware Design Engineer
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