rtiddsgen

Note: Applies to RTI Connext DDS 5.2.0 and above. RTI Code Generator has an option called -dllExportMacroSuffix <suffix> , which allows you to configure the macro suffix used to export type plugin symbols when building a Windows DLL. This feature is particularly useful if you want to place ...
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Before processing an IDL file, rtiddsgen attempts to run a C preprocessor to support #if tests and related preprocessor directives. There are several options you can pass to rtiddsgen to control preprocessor use, including: -ppDisable (formerly -ppNotRun ) : Don't use the C preprocessor -ppPath : ...
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In general, rtiddsgen only recognizes keys in the outermost structure. To consider the keys in embedded structures, the outer member needs to be a key as well. In the example below, rtiddsgen will not recognize mykey as a key for union A , struct B , or struct C . struct D { long mykey; //@key long ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above. Start Eclipse in the Java perspective. Right-click in the white area of Package Explorer and select New, Java Project In the New Java Project dialog, for the Project name , enter: MyDDSProject Click Finish . (This creates MyDDSProject in the Package ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.4c and higher. By default, rtiddsgen uses JRE 1.4, which is distributed with RTI Connext in $NDDSHOME/jre . If you can not use JRE 1.4 on your computer, the following instructions can help you run rtiddsgen with a Java 5 or Java 6 JRE. To use rtiddsgen with Java 1.6, ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x through 5.1. ETA: As of 5.2, RTI Connext supports truly unbounded sequences and strings in the C, C++, and .NET APIs. Unbounded sequences are actually not unbounded at all. They are bounded sequences whose bound is initialized by RTI Connext instead of by the user. ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above The narrow method is a class-scope method that implements a safe down-cast for a pointer to an RTI Connext entity. It is a type-safe way to cast a pointer. The Java API does not require this method because Java casts are always type-safe. This method takes ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Data Distribution Service 4.2 and 4.3 RTI Data Distribution Service 4.2 and 4.3 applications and tools are interoperable, with the following caveats. To monitor a 4.2 application with 4.3 tools: If your 4.2 application's data types do not contain any 8-byte or larger primitive ...
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Note: Relevant RTI Connext versions: RTI Connext 4.x and above. Every host architecture comes with a corresponding Java architecture. If you use rtiddsgen with the -language Java option, you must also specify -example with a j2sdk or jdk architecture. For example: rtiddsgen -language Java -example ...
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Note: Applies to RTI DDS and Connext versions: NDDS 3.x, RTI Connext 4.x and above. rtiddsgen -example accepts most, but not all, platforms supported by RTI Connext. Any source code generated by rtiddsgen is platform independent, including the example application created using the optional -example ...
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