Programmatically comment blocks residing in a subsystem

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Haroon Zafar
Haroon Zafar 2023 年 11 月 20 日
回答済み: Haroon Zafar 2023 年 11 月 24 日
Hi,
I am trying to programmatically comment some subsystem blocks in my model. Here I have shown a simplified version of in the attached model file. ( actual number of subsystem block is in 100s)
Subsytem1 has: E7kW_Medium Range1, E7kW_Long Range1
Subsytem2 has: E7kW_Medium Range2 , E7kW_Long Range2
clc
clear all
open_system('Commenting_Programmatic')
Num_7L=2
Num_7M= 2
Status_7L= 'on'; % Comment status
Status_7M= 'on';
for kk= 1: Num_7L
set_param([gcb,'/E7kW_Long Range',num2str(kk),''],'Commented',Status_7L)
end
for ll= 1: Num_7M
set_param([gcb,'/E7kW_Medium Range',num2str(ll),''],'Commented',Status_7M)
end
E7kW_Medium Range1 gets commented out, but E7kW_ Medium Range2 ( residing in Subsystem2) gives error , as the gcb still reads the previous location w.rt Subsystem1.
If I put the EV subsystem in model root, then commenting works fine. But how can I get address of the block when it is residing in separate subsystems?
Thanks,
Haroon

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Haroon Zafar
Haroon Zafar 2023 年 11 月 24 日
Corrected code with asociated simulink file is here:
clc
clear all
load_system('Commenting_Programmatic')
Num_7L=2
Num_7M= 2
Status_7L= 'on'; % Comment status
Status_7M= 'off';
for kk= 1: Num_7L
EV_7L_names= strcat('E7kW_Long Range',num2str(kk));
fullnames= getfullname(Simulink.findBlocks('Commenting_Programmatic','Name',EV_7L_names));
path= string(fullnames);
set_param(path,'Commented',Status_7L)
end
for ll= 1: Num_7M
EV_7M_names= strcat('E7kW_Medium Range',num2str(ll));
fullnames= getfullname(Simulink.findBlocks('Commenting_Programmatic','Name',EV_7M_names));
path= string(fullnames);
set_param(path,'Commented',Status_7M)
end

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang 2023 年 11 月 20 日
If doing it programmingly, never use "gcb" or "gcs". Instead, use the full block path like "RootModelName/SubSystemName/BlockName". If the "SubSystemName" is varying, then use find_system() to find the SubSystem block and get its name.
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Haroon Zafar
Haroon Zafar 2023 年 11 月 24 日
Thanks for the comment. But I was not able to find the specific varying subsystem name using find_system.
Though Simulink.findBlocks did the job.
Corrected code with asociated simulink file is here:
clc
clear all
load_system('Commenting_Programmatic')
Num_7L=2
Num_7M= 2
Status_7L= 'on'; % Comment status
Status_7M= 'off';
for kk= 1: Num_7L
EV_7L_names= strcat('E7kW_Long Range',num2str(kk));
fullnames= getfullname(Simulink.findBlocks('Commenting_Programmatic','Name',EV_7L_names));
path= string(fullnames);
set_param(path,'Commented',Status_7L)
end
for ll= 1: Num_7M
EV_7M_names= strcat('E7kW_Medium Range',num2str(ll));
fullnames= getfullname(Simulink.findBlocks('Commenting_Programmatic','Name',EV_7M_names));
path= string(fullnames);
set_param(path,'Commented',Status_7M)
end

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