What is the difference?
Rhapsody Developer is the “full” version of Rhapsody, EUSIII (Embedded UML Studio III) is the Willert version. The only difference is that EUSIII does not have Animation, all other features are there. Also EUSIII has the Willert RXF as additional Framework.
No Animation? Is that bad?
Not really. Animation will only work with Windows on a PC as target environment (Or Linux or another really powerful platform) otherwise it is not possible/practical to use it. EUSIII has an alternative built-in solution called “Embedded UML target Debugger” that does the same but without using additional resources.
Yep. The Real-time eXecution Framework. The Willert Framework that allows you to generate Rhapsody code on even the smallest of targets without real-time violations or large use of resources. Comes with a built-in single-threaded RTOS or adapters for other RTOSes. Also included is the UML target Debugger that can write Sequence Diagrams and Timing Diagrams even from a small target environment.
Nope. Not necessary. You can keep using your existing installation. Since EUSIII is based on the Architect for Software you have to start that version.
- Starting Rhapsody via a desktop icon. (Or via the start menu) Then you can open the properties of the shortcut and go to the tab “Shortcut” (Names are different in other languages) There you can add “-architect” to the “target” field. If it already says “-dev_ed” you have to remove that. You can add the -lang=C or -lang=C++ to start the correct language by default.
- Starting Rhapsody by double-klick a Rhapsody Model. Now you have to look for the Rhapsody.ini file. This should be in the directory next to where your “Share” directory is. In that file there are 2 commands:
You should change them that they say “Architect” and the correct language.
Not only does EUSIII come with the RXF, you really need it. Without an RXF the code generation will not work. So you must install one. It is not important which one but of course you should install one that you want to use. Installation is easy, just start the setup, answer the questions, check if there are no errors (When an error is given during installation it will NOT workl!!!)
When you have purchased EUSIII (Or just an RXF) you have access to the Willert Download Portal where you can download your RXF adapters for the Language (C or C++) the Compiler (Keil, IAR, GreenHills, Visual Studio and many more) and the RTOS (CMSIS, FreeRTOS, OORTX, µCOS, Linux and many more) that you want to use.
You either have received a dongle (with a license file) or just a license file (Floating License) You just install that as usual with Rhapsody,
So that’s it. Happy Modeling with Embedded UML Studio III
Walter van der Heiden (email@example.com)