These checks verify whether your Simulink® model conforms to the industry-standard rules. industry-standard rules recommend using certain HDL coding guidelines. When generating code, HDL Coder™ displays an HDL coding standard report that shows how well the generated code adheres to the industry-standard guidelines. For more information, see HDL Coding Standards
Use the checks in this folder to verify whether:
Names in your design adhere to the standard naming conventions.
Subsystem names, top-level subsystem and port names, and signal and port names have the recommended number of characters in length.
The generated VHDL code from your design follows recommended guidelines.
The guidelines recommend that the file name extension is
.vhd, the architecture name is
rtl, the package file postfix is
and that the generated code does not use generics at the top level.
Clock settings adhere to the industry-standard guidelines, and whether clock, reset, and enable signals adhere to the naming conventions.