some header files which are actually included in code were not generated in code generation process of simulink.

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Sriniketh Konduri
Sriniketh Konduri on 25 Mar 2019
Answered: hu yutong on 16 Jul 2020
I have generated c++ code for inverse kinematics for a six dof arm. The generated code includes header files like "ctimefun.h", "nesl_rtw.h" which are not actually generated in the code generation. Can any one help what are these header files?

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Harshita Gupta
Harshita Gupta on 28 Mar 2019
Hello ,
Try restoring the search path to default one :
>> rehash toolbox
>> rehash toolboxcache
>> sl_refresh_customizations
sl_refresh_customizations" refreshes the Simulink menu and the dialog customization.
It probably will help.

Tohru Kikawada
Tohru Kikawada on 29 Apr 2020
You may need to call packNGo to collect the referred files from your code. Here is an example for this and the files can be found in generated myfunc_archive.zip.
codegen -config cfg myfunc -args {arg} -launchreport
load(fullfile('codegen','lib','myfunc','buildInfo'));
packNGo(buildInfo,{'packType', 'flat', ...
'fileName','myfunc_archive'});

hu yutong
hu yutong on 16 Jul 2020
Include this two folders:
{MatlabPath}\R2020a\toolbox\shared\robotics\robotcore\rate\include (ctimefun.h)
{MatlabPath}\R2020a\extern\include

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