Tutorial: c-code function stubbing in TPT

c-code function stubbing in TPT

Function stubbing in TPT

In this tutorial we show you how to test c-code and hightlight how to stub missing functions of your c-code in TPT. For illustration purposes we use our classic Lights Control example. Learn how to improve your Software-in-Loop testing with TPT and watch the tutorial.

First, the c-platform is configured and a compiler is chosen. After that you can already analyze the sources and define unresolved references (i.e. the function to be stubbed).

Once you are done, you can generate and compile your code and test harness to start modeling your test case.

After the test execution you can view the execution results to compare signals.

Tutorial: Stub missing functions in your c-code in TPT

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