Embedded Coder Interface to QEMU Emulator on Linux hosts.
Unfortunately, original Embedded Coder Interface to QEMU Emulator (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/57465-embedded-coder-interface-to-qemu-emulator) doesn't support Linux hosts officially.
Unoficially, it works just fine.
Embedded Coder targets for ARM Cortex-A and ARM Cortex-M can be used with QEMU, but with several modifications.
Basically, this package ships original files for QEMU target and some modified files for ARM Cortex-A and ARM Cortex-M targets.
Search for "QEMULNX" in files to see what has changed.
To make it work:
1) Install ARM Cortex-M and/or ARM Cortex-A target support packages (they support Linux hosts).
2) Add top directory of this submission to MATLAB path. It should be higher on path than ARM Cortex-M and ARM Cortex-A files, because it overrides one of the files from the targets.
3) Make sure qemu-system-arm resides in /usr/bin.
Mikhail (2021). Embedded Coder Interface to QEMU Emulator on Linux hosts (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/64797-embedded-coder-interface-to-qemu-emulator-on-linux-hosts), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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