I was trying to follow the guide here: https://libraries.io/github/Nuand/Simul ... AB-bladeRF I had assumed that it was "up to date". There were some broken links in the section "Build/Install instructions for Microsoft Windows". That's where my confusion came from.jynik wrote:Hi jom,

1. Simulink-MATLAB-bladeRF is deprecated, so you can ignore this project entirely. MATLAB and Simulink support was entirely re-written using the loadLibary() interface, and this supersedes this. Thus, there is no more make.m or anything pertaining to generating blocks.

I'll take a look at the file in MATLAB and see what I can figure out what you mean here.2. Simulink support is now provided as MATLAB System Object, implemented in this file: https://github.com/Nuand/bladeRF/blob/m ... Simulink.m

2a. A System Object essentially exposes a Simulink block interface atop of some MATLAB code. The aforementioned file is just glue logic "hooking up" simulink to the bladeRF MATLAB interface.

I'm not sure what a Thunk file is but I'll see what I can find.3. The only thing to "build" now is the Thunk files -- this is a dynamic library wrapper around libbladeRF that exposes API functions to the MATLAB code.

Thanks!

jom