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RSA-RTE: Target-RTS: Enable the use of exception handling with the TargetRTS
Using RSA-RTE 10.2.Request from our collegues in Poing.Enable the use of exception handling in RSA-RTE applications.Best example is a new / malloc which fails. On several places in the TargetRTS the return value is checked to be != 0. When excepti...
RSA-RTE: Target-RTS: Use more modern C++ mechanisms in TargetRTS
Using RSA-RTE 10.2.Use more modern mechanisms in the TargetRTS.The TargetRTS has been written in the ninetees (?) of the previous century. When extending the TargetRTS you see that all kinds of mechanism could be written much more simpler when STL...
RSA-RTE: Enable correct Team Compare for SVN Subclipse
Using RSA-RTE 10.2.When SVN Subclipse is used as an SCM system the Team Compare option mixes LHS and RHS. When I add functionality to my working model and then compare the changes with the repository baseline, the compare tool reports my new addi...
RSA-RTE: Cross model references not updated when refactoring these; create button
See PMR: TS001239396.Symptom: .emx files are not correctly updated immediately after a refactorHow to reproduce:Open any .emx model editor and go to the "References" tab. Press refresh.Next locate a dependency from another model to this model and ...
Annoying behavior when creating new port in structure diagram
Annoying behavior when creating new port in structure diagram:•Place a capsule on a structure diagram.•Drag a connector from one of that capsule's ports to an empty spot in the structure diagram.•RSARTE now asks what it should create: •Select "Cre...
When doing the transformation, it would be extremely helpful to have the model compiler add dependent sources and then generate the associated language specific source code like the Eclipse RSARTE transformation does.The purpose of this is when th...
Somewhat recently RSARTE 2018 become incompatible with respect to debugging RSARTE generated ARM microcontroller projects.We develop CortexM4/7 firmware using RSARTE. For a long time we could debug and have peripheral registers visible in the deb...
Improve Usability of "Select Event for Message" Dialog
Extend the „Select Event for Message“ dialog with an additional option: “Show only connected ports”When this option is enabled:1. Hide all ports from the “From Port” list, that are not already connected to one port of the “To Port” list (and vice ...
RSA-RTE: Allow setting font color for state internal transitions
The "new" view for state internal transitions shows them in a compartment below the state diagram instead of on the border (as in RoseRT). It's not possible to set such a transition's font color though. Using a different color can be a useful way ...
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