ADEPT 10.0 Release Notes

ADI is pleased to provide you with ADEPT version 10.0.



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Compatibility with Previous ADI Releases

ADEPT-GD can receive data from tools running under previous versions of ADI software/hardware back to SIMsystem 6.2.

ADEPT 10.0 can be installed on the same PC client and rtx server as previous 8.4 releases of ADvantage without interfering with the operation of those releases.

See Help > Migrate from ADvantage Version 8.4 to ADEPT Version 10.0 > Manage Multiple Versions of ADvantage and ADEPT for information on interoperability of ADEPT 10.0 with ADvantage 9.0 installations.



Features That Are Not Yet Supported

Not all documented features are implemented:

These will be implemented in future updates.



Product Obsolescence Notice

These features are no longer supported:

These logical devices are no longer supported:

V8 Logical Device V9 Replacement
adi_sio4_2a2sSee Serial Boards
adi_sio4_msgSee Serial Boards
adi_sio4_syncSee Serial Boards
rtxldv_addiapci3200None
rtxldv_adicanadi_CAN_DB
rtxldv_adiudpadi_adiudp_DB
rtxldv_adiudpmsgadi_adiudp_DB
rtxldv_adshsd_iblNone
rtxldv_bti717_fdradi_bti717_fdr_DB
rtxldv_camphaseNone
rtxldv_cnt336None
rtxldv_cor629None
rtxldv_dios_vrscadi_dios_variable_resistor
rtxldv_ether_sockNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_goebel664_esadi_goebel664_DB
rtxldv_iparbadi_iparb_8bank
rtxldv_ipc1394adi_aero1394_DB
rtxldv_pkt_sockNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_pwmgenNone
rtxldv_pwmmeasNone
rtxldv_qdecNone
rtxldv_qencNone
rtxldv_scrm_sockNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_sysconNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_sysconex_1targetNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_sysconex_2targetsNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_tews901adi_CAN_DB
rtxldv_tip816canadi_CAN_DB
rtxldv_tip816can_64adi_CAN_DB
rtxldv_vmemem_sockNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)
rtxldv_vmic5565rm_sample1adi_vmic5565
rtxldv_vmic5565rm_sample2adi_vmic5565
zrtxldv_adinetNone (distributed frameworks are now configured without the use of a logical device)

See the migration guide for information on:


ADEPT Version 10.0 Packages

The installed baseline is 10.0.0.4. The version is displayed:

Updates to 10.0.0.1:

Update 10.0.0.4 is a full installation. It renames any existing 10.0 installation before beginning to unpack files onto your hard drive. You do not need any previous ADEPT installation in order to install 10.0.0.4.

Update 10.0.0.4

Runtime Changes in 10.0.0.4

The rtx server runtime software has changed. You must update the software on your rtx server.

The installation package transfers a tar file and script to your rtx server. Log on to each of your rtx servers as root. Run the script appropriate to your server architecture:

ARM A15 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_arm_a15_10.0.0.4.sh
ARM A8 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_arm_a8_10.0.0.4.sh
x86_64 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_x86_10.0.0.4.sh
x86 QNX/home/adi/installrtxqnx_10.0.0.4.sh

Make sure that the script echoes "Installing 10.0.0.4", to verify that it is the current installation script.

If it does not echo "Installing 10.0.0.4", on your client PC, run the ftp_to_server script with the arguments ServerOS, ServerName, and Password (to the adi account). For example:

Linux $ADV_HOME/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server.sh QNX rtx1 adirts1
Windows You must run ftp_to_server as a user with elevated (administrator) privilege

"%ADV_HOME%/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server" QNX rtx1 adirts1

Note the use of quotation marks (shown in red).

General Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • Support for discovering network servers has been added (rather than using only the configured sources for server information).

  • ADEPT now supports the use of LabVIEW panels.

  • The license daemon can now detect when another instance of the daemon is running, allowing you to stop the first instance (for example, when you are installing a new license file). Going forward, the 10.0.0.4 and later daemons will be able to stop the running license daemon (provided it is at least 10.0.0.4.)

  • The adv Python module now reports more precise types of error messages.

  • The COM interface now echos incoming commands to the tool's output window (when in verbose mode).

  • The ADIsetup.bat script failed on PCs on which ADvantage version 8 is also installed. This was corrected, and comments and an improved usage message were added describing how to use ADIsetup.bat for various versions of ADvantage 9 and ADEPT.

ADEPT-DB Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • ARINC-429 SSM signals always had a resolution of 0 and an offset of 0, resulting in a displayed value of 0.

  • For CAN messages, if Enable was set to Default and the parent did not have Enable All set, the initial value for the message enable was empty.

  • The packed ARINC-429 signal initial conditions and start/end bit were incorrect when created in the Add Signal Object dialog.

  • Setting the CAN reference signal type to Pad was not updated in the framework.

  • When opening a reference database, if a reference database was already loaded, ADEPT-DB did not close the already open reference database. This produced multiple bus message as it loads the new reference database.

  • Older versions of ADEPT-DB incorrectly stored nothing or 0 for the SSM initial value. ADEPT-DB now corrects packed SSM signal initial values on load.

ADEPT-DE Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • ADEPT-DE now can upload/download server configuration files and make them available for use in your project.

  • ADEPT-DE now has an option to store zipped projects on the rtx server.

  • The ADV_CUSTOM_DIR list delimiter has been changed from | to ;

  • The order in which user-specified libraries are linked can be set in the Model Properties or Project Properties dialog.

  • ADEPT-DE now checks before building to see if a model dictionary merge is needed. One case where this is needed is if you edit your Simulink model outside of ADEPT-DE.

  • On unconditional merge of data dictionaries, variable group membership is replaced rather than added.

  • With the Exchange Server in use, ADEPT-DE showed no bound target for a GP localhost project.

  • Warnings were given for external dictionaries used only once in a framework when the distributed master dictionary setting was No. ADEPT-DE no longer issues warnings for dictionaries used in only one project when the master dictionary setting is No.
  • Previously, ADEPT-DE crashed if you chose Select File in a device initialization file list when the list was empty.

ADEPT-GD Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • Large uint_32 values were not exported correctly to XDR or CSV files.

ADEPT-VI Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • Hyperfast C and Simulink models are now supported. Limitation:  Simulink hyperfast I/O blocks are not yet supported.

  • ADEPT-VI now has an option to download zipped projects from the rtx server.

  • If any model in a project had no devices, the Device Browser displayed errors for that model.

  • ADEPT-VI grays out override options for variables that are not in the overrides list.

  • Previously ADEPT-VI when attempting to delete multiple schedule items from a list that was not sorted in order of addition to the schedule group, ADEPT-VI did not delete the items and issued messages about an invalid index.

  • When performing an Update Setup, ADEPT-VI now remembers the last information sent to the server and only regenerates the information if something has changed.

  • The range of panel propagation delay has been increased from a maximum of 1500 ms to 5000 ms.

  • For multi-project frameworks, if several scripts were set to auto-run and the user switched project tabs, scripts were executed against the wrong project.

  • When items were removed from the Data Streams view, the columns sometimes resized too small to fit the displayed text and had to be expanded to see entire values.

  • Simulink referenced model data could not be added to the DAS or overrides table.

  • Find Next was not wrapping properly.

  • Double-clicking a project file to start ADEPT-VI did not always work properly.

  • ADEPT-VI now checks that an unsigned variable cannot be overridden using a negative number.

  • Not all external dictionary items were being loaded.

  • Large frameworks were hitting the limit of Windows 32-bit memory. ADEPT-VI now uses less memory.

  • Custom information can now be displayed on the ADEPT-VI status bar.

  • The time limit on client/server interaction has been increased.

  • The Statistics button was not working properly. It now displays information only for the active project.

  • For debugging purposes, the target name was added to the AdiDasServer window.

  • The watchdog timeout was increased from 30 to 60 seconds.

  • Packed signals returned 0 when using Get via the COM interface.

  • Assigning a new value to an overridden variable via the COM interface was ignored. It now updates the value, mode and active/inactive flag.

  • When setting an override via the COM interface, if an unscoped variable name was specified and the variable was not in the default scope, the override appeared to be added but could not be removed.

  • Setting large values from the COM interface lost precision.

  • Overrides added from the COM interface did not always result in an update to the ADEPT-VI GUI.

  • The COM function AddOverride has been renamed to OverrideAdd, and the order of its arguments now match the corresponding Python function.

  • The adv Python module functions dealing with overrides now allow fully scoped variable names, and no longer require changing the default scope.

  • Assigning an override a second time via a Python script did not properly set the active/inactive state.

  • Update Setup did not always work when the adv.SetActiveProject Python function was used while another project tab in the GUI was selected.

  • The following changes have been made to adv module Python functions:

    Previous New
    adv.Get(adv.DasEnable) adv.Get(adv.DasEnable, streamNumber)
    adv.Get(adv.DasInterval) adv.Get(adv.DasInterval, streamNumber)
    adv.Get(adv.DasLogging) adv.Get(adv.DasLogging, streamNumber)
    adv.Get(adv.DasSkew) adv.Get(adv.DasSkew, streamNumber)
    adv.Scope() adv.Get(adv.Scope)
    adv.ScopeSet("ScopeName") adv.Set(adv.Scope, "ScopeName")

ADEPT Panel Toolbox Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • Previously, the input widget maintained focus after editing.

Device Software Changes in 10.0.0.4

  • The GSC16AO64 analog output board is now supported.

  • The Moxa CP-138U serial board is now supported.

  • Previously, two serial boards of different types (for example, Blastronix and Moxa) could not be used in the same project.

  • The adi_sio_power_supply logical device driver did not consistently update all power supplies on the second Go.

  • The adi_CAN_DB logical device driver could cause data corruption when unpacking messages if the symbols being unpacked were smaller than uint32_t.

Update 10.0.0.3


Runtime Changes in 10.0.0.3

The rtx server runtime software has changed. You must update the software on your rtx server.

The installation package transfers a tar file and script to your rtx server. Log on to each of your rtx servers as root. Run the script appropriate to your server architecture:

ARM A15 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_arm_a15_10.0.0.3.sh
ARM A8 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_arm_a8_10.0.0.3.sh
x86_64 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_x86_10.0.0.3.sh
x86 QNX/home/adi/installrtxqnx_10.0.0.3.sh

Make sure that the script echoes "Installing 10.0.0.3", to verify that it is the current installation script.

If it does not echo "Installing 10.0.0.3", on your client PC, run the ftp_to_server script with the arguments ServerOS, ServerName, and Password (to the adi account). For example:

Linux $ADV_HOME/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server.sh QNX rtx1 adirts1
Windows You must run ftp_to_server as a user with elevated (administrator) privilege

"%ADV_HOME%/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server" QNX rtx1 adirts1

Note the use of quotation marks (shown in red).

ADEPT Panel Toolbox Changes in 10.0.0.3

  • Previously, only seven panels could be opened by ADEPT-VI on Windows 7, due to its default setting of 10,000 GDI (graphics device interface) objects. The number of GDI handles used by each panel has been reduced, and now 10 panels can be opened. The current GDI count is written to the System Messages pane after a panel is loaded. If the current GDI count is greater than 80% of the limit, it is shown in red.

  • Previously, ADEPT-VI used all external dictionaries to populate the Available Variables list. Now it uses only those whose Create Panel Signals property is set to Yes.

  • Previously, when a panel with a link file was resized in Edit mode in ADEPT-VI, widgets from non-visible panels bled through and flickered on the panel being displayed.


ADEPT-DB Changes in 10.0.0.3



  • In the composite tabular view, bold lines are now drawn around blocks of object rows with the same parent.

  • ADEPT-DB now generates a common dictionary for an entire framework, so that multiply define signals are available between projects.

  • ADEPT-DB now checks that Python script that creates a signal of type adv.Pad cannot specify a negative number for its size.

  • Previously, ADEPT-DB did not correctly generate files correctly for ARINC-717 multi-word parameters.

  • Previously, when generating separate Tx and Rx dictionaries for Modbus, the input variables were placed with the output variables in the Tx dictionary.

  • Previously, when Modbus messages were defined, the "..._NoMsgDefined" variables were still added to the dictionaries and schedule files.

  • Previously, ADEPT-DB crashed when adding an ARINC-717 reference bus using a Python command.

  • ADEPT-DB now has a Generate Files button on its ribbon bar.

  • File generation when ARINC-717 parameters are present is now faster.


ADEPT-DE Changes in 10.0.0.3

  • In the Graphical View and Distributed Network Setup dialog, Primary Node has been changed to Primary Server and Non-primary Node has been changed to Non-primary Server.

  • Previously, model executable path names were specified as absolute paths in the ADEPT-VI project file, making it difficult to copy a project to a new location and then run it.


ADEPT-VI Changes in 10.0.0.3

  • A new data browser preference, Default Find Mode as Find All lets you specify the default behavior for Data Browser searches to find all occurrences of the search string.

  • Previously, it sometimes happened that DAS information was changed, an Update Setup was issued, and items in the Data Logging Streams view remained inactive (gray).

  • There a new system preference to disable printing to the output window the results of adv.Get, adv.ScopeList, and adv.GetModelStatus.

  • Previously, the COM interface GetValue method did not return the proper value for fixed-point variables.

  • If an override is added without specifying the mode (Pre or Post), the mode is automatically selected based on the I/O direction (in or out).

  • The Event Log utility and Server Messages pane in ADEPT-VI each has a button to disconnect from the UDP port so that the other utility/view can be opened and used.

  • Previously the STREAM keyword began numbering a 0. It now begins at 1 to match the values of the DAS stream.

Device Software Changes in 10.0.0.3

  • Support for BeagleBone Blue I/O has been added.

    Note:  The rtxd_bbblue_mpu_dmp logical device prevents an ADEPT project from restarting after being stopped in ADEPT-VI. You must issue a Project Reset (or re-load the project).

Documentation Changes in 10.0.0.3

  • Previously, the P2P modes were described incorrectly in the ADEPT-DB documentation.

  • The simple ADEPT-DE tutorial can now be used with C, Fortran, or Simulink models.

  • Example scripts that show the effect of varying schedule parameters are now available at ADV_HOME/examples/Scripts/ADEPT-VI/Schedules. The scripts are documented at:
    Assign
    Constant
    Expression
    Frequency sweep
    Interpolate
    Limit
    Playback
    Ramp
    Random
    Sawtooth
    Sine
    Square
    Toggle
    Triangle

Update 10.0.0.2

Runtime Changes in 10.0.0.2

The rtx runtime software has changed. You must update the software on your rtx.

The installation package transfers a tar file and script to your rtx. Log on to each of your rtxs as root. Run the script appropriate to your server architecture:

ARM A15 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_arm_a15_10.0.0.2.sh
ARM A8 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_arm_a8_10.0.0.2.sh
x86_64 Linux/home/adi/installrtxlinux_x86_10.0.0.2.sh
x86 QNX/home/adi/installrtxqnx_10.0.0.2.sh

Make sure that the script echoes "Installing 10.0.0.2", to verify that it is the current installation script.

If it does not echo "Installing 10.0.0.2", on your client PC, run the ftp_to_server script with the arguments ServerOS, ServerName, and Password (to the adi account). For example:

Linux $ADV_HOME/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server.sh QNX rtx1 adirts1
Windows You must run ftp_to_server as a user with elevated (administrator) privilege

"%ADV_HOME%/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server" QNX rtx1 adirts1

Note the use of quotation marks (shown in red).

The devscan utility is now available on x86 rtxs running Linux.

General Changes in 10.0.0.2

  • The Windows GP compiler has been upgraded from GCC 3.4.5 to GCC 5.3.0, and is available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

  • Previously, external dictionaries were shown as part of the primary model, even though they can be accessed via any model scope. This caused possible order-of-execution problems with schedules and dictionaries generated by ADEPT-DB for a secondary model. ADEPT-DE now enables model assignment to external dictionaries so that ADEPT-VI can associate an external dictionary with the model doing the scheduling.

  • The license daemon connection timeout has been increased from 10 seconds to 5 minutes, to allow for time to load large, complex projects.

ADEPT-DB Changes in 10.0.0.2

  • Previously, the Control Panel tree would not redraw when items were added from a script.

  • Previously, changing a reference database item caused the framework database to be marked as modified.

  • ADEPT-DB now remembers what was selected in the Control Panel tree and returns there when the tree is redrawn.

  • Previously, copy/paste of an ARINC-429 reference bus did nothing. Now it creates a uniquely named copy.

  • If no initial value is specified, ADEPT-DB now generates an initial value of 0.

  • You can now specify additional dictionaries in Dictionary for Variable Selection.

  • You can now copy a signal and paste it to the model variable in the properties grid (or tabular view) of another signal.

  • Previously, ARINC 429 reference buses sometimes lost their children in the control panel framework tree, making it impossible to expand the bus to see the labels.

  • Previously, the control panel tree re-drew itself whenever a character was typed in the Script Editor view

  • Previously, a Python script could not set SDI to All.

  • Creation of a ARINC 429 label in a Python script now sets the Id to the second argument of the call to adv.Create.

  • Previously, ADEPT-DB would crash when importing a V8 Excel manager.

  • Previously, multiple pad signals were deleted when a database created with ADvantage 9.0.2.14 was loaded into ADEPT-DB.

  • Previously, an incorrect error message was displayed when generating framework files for an ARINC 429 bus reference with a packed signal.

ADEPT-DE Changes in 10.0.0.2

  • There is now a setting that enables editing all fields of a model dictionary.

  • The standard C++ library is now linked for all model types on all server types.

  • Within ADEPT-VI framework files (.adv_vif), the paths to ADEPT-VI project files (.adv_vip) are now relative to the project folder.

  • The following characters cannot be used in the names of frameworks, projects, models, etc.:
    space
    ?
    <
    >
    *
    +
    &
    |
    /
    \
    Additionally, no object's name can be an empty string.

ADEPT-VI Changes in 10.0.0.2

  • Endrun capture is now supported.

  • A new Framework Data Browser view allows a view of variables from different servers and projects.

  • Previously, ADEPT-VI displayed spurious error messages and the DAS crashed when handling large header information between ADEPT-VI and DAS. Additionally, ADEPT-VI ensures that even if nothing has changed, a new dataset is generated.

  • Previously, ADEPT-VI was not handling fixed-point numbers consistently across gets, puts, and the DAS.

  • ADEPT-VI now prevents the use of Version 8 .csv files with a Version 10 project.

  • Previously, fixed-point target variables in schedules were assigned incorrectly.

  • Previously, the COM interface stopped processing commands after 32,768 commands.

  • The COM interface function AddOverride now takes an argument for Mode (pre- or post-computation).
  • Previously, the DAS would time out while its configuration was being updated.

ADEPT Panel Changes in 10.0.0.2

  • Layering of multiple widgets has been improved.

  • Previously, only the first 5,000 variables in a framework were available for use in ADEPT panels. The maximum number has been increased to 30,000.

Device Software Changes in 10.0.0.2

  • Support for the NI-6361 multifunction board has been added.

  • Previously, a SCRAMNet distributed framework might hang the rtx when the SCRAMNet failed to disable its interrupts at the end of a run.

  • A GP project can now simulate I/O operations through the use of C functions that are called where I/O device functions would be called in an rtx project.

  • The following devices are supported on x86-64 rtxs running the real-time Linux operating system:

    A200A0145Acromag 408
    D205A0442ADI IP-3DAC
    A200A0299
    A200A0300
    A200A0436
    A200A0444
    A200A0580
    A200A0581
    Brandywine IRIG-B
    A200A0439TEWS TIP 903 CAN-1
    A200A0280Measurement Computing 6025
    A200A0346NA75DL1
    A200A0345NA75DS1
    A200A0441
    A200A0442
    A200A0450
    A200A0533
    NI-6220
    NI-6224
    A200A0325
    A200A0368
    A200A0546
    A200A0567
    A200A0568
    NI-7831
    A200A0333
    A200A0334
    Pickering 290

Release 10.0.0.1

Runtime Changes in 10.0.0.1

The QNX rtx runtime software has changed. The installation package transfers a tar file and script to your rtx. Log on to each of your rtxs as root. Run /home/adi/installrtxqnx_10.0.0.1.sh. Make sure that it echoes "Installing 10.0.0.1", to verify that it is the current installation script.

If it does not echo "Installing 10.0.0.1", on your client PC, run the ftp_to_server script with the arguments ServerOS, ServerName, and Password (to the adi account). For example:

Linux $ADV_HOME/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server.sh QNX rtx1 adirts1
Windows You must run ftp_to_server as a user with elevated (administrator) privilege

"%ADV_HOME%/ServerInstallationFiles/ftp_to_server" QNX rtx1 adirts1

Note the use of quotation marks (shown in red).

General Changes in 10.0.0.1



Note:  All license tokens have had their version number incremented. You will need a new license file. Contact support@adi.com to request a new license file.
  • The nomenclature that refers to the PC running the ADEPT tools (such as ADEPT-VI) and to the hardware running the user application has changed since ADvantage 8.4:
    ADvantage
    Version 8.4
    ADEPT
    Version 10.0
    Host Client
    Target Server
    However, the relationship between the two is functionally identical.

  • The attribute that describes the server hardware has changed since ADvantage 9.0.2.15. Make these changes to your hardware configuration file:
    rtx Change ServerType="rtx" to ServerArch="x86"
    rtx-V Change ServerType="rtx" to ServerArch="x86"
    Add ServerFlags="VME"
    This applies only to rtxs running QNX.

  • ADI has re-branded its product line. The mapping from new to old is:
    ADEPT Version 10.0 ADvantage Version 8.4
    ADEPT-DB ADvantageDB
    ADEPT-DE ADvantageDE
    ADEPT-FC ADvantageFC
    ADEPT-GD SIMplotter
    ADEPT-VI ADvantageVI

  • The ReportLab Python module has been added to the distribution.

  • ARM A8 and A15 are now supported as rtx processors.

ADEPT-DB Changes in 10.0.0.1

  • Previously, adding a generic signal to a tabular view failed.

  • Multiple Pad signals are now allowed in a UDP message.

  • Renaming of reference-associated bus objects in a framework can now be done via right-clicking.
  • Previously, assigning a UDP reference message to a framework changed Message Name to ID number

  • Assignment schedules from Rx variables are now post-computation.

  • Previously, Pad signals could not be created in the Add Signal Object dialog.

  • Previously, changing an existing ARINC-429 label SDI to All set the SDI to the label Id.
  • Previously, changing the property of MessageUDP in the reference database did not update the reference.

  • Previously, copying a UDP message incremented the Id number and lost the table sort order.

  • Previously, copying a framework UDP target broke the reference links and made them into custom objects despite the matching references being present.

  • Previously, copying a framework UDP target renamed the target to append the port designation to the actual name.

  • In 9.0.2.15, when creating new ARINC-429 signals, the initial value was created as all zeroes. Now it automatically creates initial values using the label Id and SDI to populate the appropriate bits.
  • ADEPT-DB now has the option to have UDP signal assignment schedules be generated to drive the generated UDP message enable signals.

  • ADEPT-DB now warns when you name an object with illegal characters (such as white space). When loading or importing a file with names that have illegal characters, you are warned in the output window and any blanks are replaced by underscores.

  • Previously, newly created ARINC-429 labels had their Label Id and SDI reset to 0.

  • Previously, reference objects were named incorrectly after copy-paste to a framework.

  • Previously, renaming a UDP message caused the signal sort index to rearrange.

  • Previously, renaming a UDP target via the right-click Rename option resulted in an error if the target name was not unique.

  • Previously, updating the signal sort index had no effect.

ADEPT-DE Changes in 10.0.0.1

  • A new data dictionary merge option is available. The three options are now

    • Unconditional Merge
    • Merge Non-Empty IC Data
    • Conditional Merge

  • Previously, the model dictionary was not converted when an ADvantage 8.4 framework was imported into ADEPT-DE on Linux.

  • Previously, you could not edit all of the fields of non-model data dictionaries.

ADEPT-VI Changes in 10.0.0.1

  • Previously, overrides were improperly scaled based on the resolution set by ADEPT-DB.

  • Previously, shared-memory IPC failed when transferring more than 16 kilobytes.

  • Previously, Adding multiple variables to the overrides table and deleting one of them resulted in two of them being deleted.

  • Support for filename macro expansion in adv.CaptureLogFile has been added.

  • Previously, DAS data for fixed-point dictionary items showed incorrect values. (The values were correct in the Data Browser.)

ADEPT Panel Toolbox Changes in 10.0.0.1

  • A rotating image widget has been added.

Device Driver Changes in 10.0.0.1

  • The following devices are supported on x86-64 rtxs running the real-time Linux operating system:
    Distributed frameworks using UDP are supported on RT Linux, but SCRAMNet is not supported.
    A200A0279 ADLINK 7256 digital I/O
    A200A0318 NI-2570
    A200A0322
    A200A0532
    NI-6528
    A200A0701 NI-6529
    D205A0626 PCI-565 DPGA CAN and discrete I/O
    D205A0611 PCI-Engine CAN and discrete I/O
    A200A0237
    A200A0370
    A200A0502
    A200A0519
    SIO-4 BX serial
    A200A0264 TEWS 901 CAN

  • Support for CANopen master devices.

  • Previously, a distributed framework failed to run when a SCRAMNet I/O device is attached to the same board used for distributed communication. See adi_cwscgt for additional information.




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