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AccelWare Tab

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Hello,

 

I'm working with AccelDSP 11.1, and I ask about AccelWare, I can't find the "Create AccelWare Core" Tab !!!

 

Is AccelWare removed from 11.1 version of AccelDSP tool ? Or it must be licensed separately ?

 

 

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Sofiene

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Re: AccelWare Tab

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AccelWare Tab and References Have Been Removed


The Create AccelWare tab in the Open Project dialog box and all references to the term “Accelware” have been removed from the product. All MATLAB functions that were previously supported with AccelWare are still fully supported by AccelDSP. Refer to the topic MATLAB for Synthesis Style Guide for detailed information on available functions.

 


Source: AccelDSP 11.1 Help

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Re: AccelWare Tab

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The tab is gone, but the files can still be found in the install area.  Just navigate to where you installed the tools, and you should be able to find them.

Chris
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Re: AccelWare Tab

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AccelWare Tab and References Have Been Removed


The Create AccelWare tab in the Open Project dialog box and all references to the term “Accelware” have been removed from the product. All MATLAB functions that were previously supported with AccelWare are still fully supported by AccelDSP. Refer to the topic MATLAB for Synthesis Style Guide for detailed information on available functions.

 


Source: AccelDSP 11.1 Help

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