I am looking to create a simulink custom library, with s-functions in it, however am a little confused by the process.
I understand normally you may make a library .slx and cut subsystems into it to create your library, then link this to the normal Library Browser to use elsewhere. However with s-functions, as these are support by additional code, I am unclear how this is meant to work without breaking links to supported file(s).
Has anyhow done this before and have a process for linking?
For some context, I am making a library for Arduino hardware with the aim to have a folder structure that has the library at the top level with subfolders containing each block .slx model with supported .c/.cpp/.h and build files to support the s-functions, such as below.
Thanks in advance!