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getPIL

Class: matlabshared.targetsdk.Target
Package: matlabshared.targetsdk

Get the Processor-In-the-Loop (PIL) configuration for a target

Syntax

pilObjs = getDeployer(targetObj)
pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'mapped')
pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'mapped',hardwareObject)
pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'unmapped')
pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'reference')
pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'name',pilName)

Description

pilObjs = getDeployer(targetObj) returns all PIL objects mapped to the Target object or the Reference Target.

pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'mapped') returns all the PIL objects mapped to Target object.

pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'mapped',hardwareObject) returns all PIL objects mapped to the Target object and Hardware object.

pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'unmapped') returns all PIL objects only mapped to the Reference Target and can be mapped to the Target object.

pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'reference') returns all PIL objects mapped to the Reference Target of the Target object.

pilObjs = getPIL(targetObj,'name',pilName) returns the PIL object with Name property equal to the pilName argument.

Input Arguments

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Target object that references the Target being developed.

Hardware object that references the hardware board mapped to the Target.

Descriptive name of the Name property of a PIL object contained in the Target object.

Example: 'MyPILImplementation'

Data Types: char

Output Arguments

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PIL object or cell array of PIL objects.

Introduced in R2015a