Configure Code Comments
Configure how the code generator inserts comments into generated code by modifying parameters on the Code Generation > Comments pane.
Include comments in generated code
Include comments. Selecting this parameter allows you to select one or more autogenerated comment types to be placed in the code.
Include comments that describe a Simulink block's code
Simulink block comments.
Selecting this parameter includes the comments before the
Simulink® block’s code in the generated code. In Embedded Coder®, use Trace to model
using to select
Include comments that describe Stateflow objects
Stateflow object comments.
Selecting this parameter includes the comments describing
Stateflow® objects in the generated code. In Embedded Coder, use Trace to model
using to select
Include MATLAB source code as comments
MATLAB source code as comments. Selecting this parameter inserts these comments preceding the associated generated code. The function signature is included in the function banner.
Include comments for eliminated blocks
Show eliminated blocks. Selecting this parameter includes comments for blocks that were eliminated as the result of optimizations, such as inlining parameters.
Include parameter comments regardless of the number of parameters
Verbose comments for 'Model default' storage
class. Selecting this parameter includes
comments for parameter variable names and names of source blocks in
the model parameter structure declaration in
If you do not select this parameter, parameter comments are generated if less than 1000 parameters are declared. This reduces the size of the generated file for models with a large number of parameters.
Include MATLAB user comments
MATLAB user comments. Selecting this parameter includes function description comments and other user comments from MATLAB® code as comments in the generated code.
Specify comment style
When you configure the code generator to produce code that includes comments, the
code generator includes text for model parameters, block names, signal names, and
Stateflow object names in the generated code comments. If the text includes
characters that are unrepresented in the character set encoding for the model, the
code generator replaces the characters with XML escape sequences. For example, the
code generator replaces the Japanese full-width Katakana letter ア with the escape
ア. For more information, see Internationalization and Code Generation.