Auto-run Model named m-file

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Pekka Hautamäki
Pekka Hautamäki on 16 May 2017
Commented: shahid rasheed on 3 Jun 2018
Hello!
I would like to auto-run m-file when I open Simulink model and this is something what you can do using callbacks. but... I would like to run m-file which one has same name with Simulink model when I open it.
Because in case that I have Simulink Model which one includes FPGA design, so this means that I need one m-file that I can do synthesis but after synthesis most of variable are useless and I would like to use second m-file when I integrate this model to the our system. Model has been renamed after synthesis "model_name" vs. "gm_model_name_slrt".
So is there any solution how I can auto-run m-file which one has same name as Simulink Model when I open it...?

Answers (1)

Ed Marquez
Ed Marquez on 19 May 2017
Hi,
You can use another script to run the script and open the model (you can determine the order). For instance, if you have a script called modeNameHere.m and a Simulink model called modelNameHere.slx, then you could write another simple script as follows:
open_system('modelNameHere') % opens the model
run('modelNameHere') % call the script after opening the model
You can also run a MATLAB-file during simulation (as if it were one of the blocks) using the Interpreted MATLAB Function.
http://www.mathworks.com/help/simulink/slref/matlabfunction.html
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shahid rasheed
shahid rasheed on 3 Jun 2018
Thank you so much, simple solution is very much appreciated every time.

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