MATCH offers various functions for setting certain Bits of a value. To do so, it offers functions that apply bitmasks of different length to values with the length of 8, 16, 32 and 64 bits. It also offers functions to get bitvalues from a specific bitposition. All of these functions are defined and described in […]
This page will describe you where to find the correct information when you start with the MATCH Toolchain.
MATCH System requirements PC hardware requirements You require the following hardware to run the HYDAC Match Tools: A minimum of a 2 core processor with 1.6 GHz and a minimum of 2 GB of RAM (however, recommend at least 4 GB of RAM) A minimum of 100 MB free space We recommend a minimum resolution […]
In the PDT the construction process can be started via the Ribbonbar Build -> Build : It can, depending on the option: Auto-Code for all ECUs and Service Files only Auto-Code Auto-Code for one ECU or only the nur the Service Files to be generated. the created files are stored temporarily under C:\ProgramData\Hydac\PDT\Output\CodeBuilderOutput .
Sometimes you need a connection to a hardware CAN bus also from the simulation. Do the following steps: Open the PCAN Nets Configuration program. Drop the PCAN_Ligth_SIMx CAN bus down from the simulation to the hardware CAN bus.