PARIS — At this year's DAC in Anaheim, from June 13 to June 18, French ESL company CoFluent Design (Nantes, France) said it will present a pre-release demonstration of the embedded C code generation feature in its CoFluent Studio ESL modeling and simulation software environment.
CoFluent Design specified that CoFluent Studio generates C code for the IEEE POSIX standard. The POSIX application programming interface is supported by most commercial and open source embedded Linux and real-time operating systems (RTOS).
With the additional capability of embedded C code generation from executable specification, CoFluent Design claimed that designers can accelerate the development of their embedded software application.
CoFluent Design said it expects embedded C code generation to be available in the third quarter of 2010 as an optional feature of CoFluent Studio v3.2.1.
It is based on Sodius’ MDWorkbench, an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) for code generation and model transformation, devoted to implementing model-driven engineering strategies.
Embedded C code generation can be used out-of-the-box with the MDWorkbench runtime bundled with CoFluent Studio, or can be customized by using the full IDE available from Sodius.