For engineers working with XJDeveloper, categorising new devices is now even more efficient thanks to an editor that allows users to add configurable options to model files. This enables a single file to support a device with parameters that may want to be changed between different implementations (such as an I²C device that can be set to different addresses) as well as allowing a designer to include adjustable parameters (e.g. to vary the amount of text output or to change a memory’s programming method). This gives engineers the ability to create flexible device models that can easily be reused, making their work simpler and more efficient.
When it comes to performing boundary scan tests, the machine-readable log files now have an enhanced structure with new keywords that makes it even easier for a computer to extract information. The file format has been documented so that the output from boundary scan tests can be incorporated into results databases without difficulty, giving operators the ability to track the history of units throughout the entire production line using already-established systems.
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