libinfo command to get information
about the linked blocks in the model.
provides information about the parent library blocks of a linked block.
For example, here is a model with linked blocks:
When you execute the
libinfo(gcb) command on this block:
Block: 'slexMaskVariantExample/VariantSubsystem2' %Linked block Library: 'slexMaskingVariants_libraryblock' %Parent library block ReferenceBlock: 'slexMaskingVariants_libraryblock/VariantSubsystem2' LinkStatus: 'resolved' %Link status
ReferenceBlock property gives the path of the library block to which
a block links. You can change this path programmatically by using the
set_param command. For example:
set_param('slexMaskVariantExample/VariantSubsystem2', 'ReferenceBlock', 'slexMaskVariantExample2/VariantSubsystem')
slexMaskVariantExample/VariantSubsystem2 is the original
library block path and
is the new library block path.
It is not recommended to change the properties of a referenced block by using
set_param command in the mask initialization code or
callback code of the same block. For such modeling patterns, you can use Variant
blocks (Masking variant blocks) or use the
parameter on the callback code or the mask initialization code of the parent
block of the reference block.
LockLinksToLibrary command to lock
or unlock a linked block in a library from the command line. When
you set the value of
the linked block links to the library are locked.
set_param('MyLibraryName', 'LockLinksToLibrary', 'on') %Lock links
set_param('MyLibraryName', 'LockLinksToLibrary', 'off') %Unlock links
All blocks have a
LinkStatus parameter and a
StaticLinkStatus parameter to indicate whether the block is a
get_param(gcb, 'StaticLinkStatus') to query the link status without
updating the linked blocks. You can use
StaticLinkStatus to query
the status of a linked block that is either active or outdated.
get_param to send a query to get the value of the
|Get LinkStatus Value||Description|
Block is not a linked block.
Block resides in library block and is itself not a link to a library block. Suppose that A is
a link to a subsystem in a library that contains the
Gain block. If you open A and select the Gain
set_param to set the
|Set LinkStatus Value||Description|
Breaks link. Use
Breaks links in place without breaking the nested parent hierarchy of link. For
Disables link. Use
Restores an inactive or disabled link to a library block and discards any changes made to the
local copy of the library block. For example,
Pushes any changes made to the disabled link to the library
block and re-establishes its link.
Restores all disabled links in the hierarchy with their
corresponding library blocks.
Pushes all links with changes in the hierarchy to their
When you use
get_param to query
the link status of a block, the outdated block links also resolve.
StaticLinkStatus command to query the
link status when
get_param is being used in the
callback code of a child block is recommended.
StaticLinkStatus command does not resolve any
If you call
get_param on a block inside a
library link, Simulink® resolves the link wherever necessary.
get_param can involve loading part of
the library and executing callbacks.