Mapping in VeriStand 2011 consists of only text, but user could grasp the whole mapping if the number of connections is increasing. So, visualized mapping tool like dSPACE ConfigurationDesk as below image must be good user interface for users.
It's a very nice idea. Now it is difficult to see the mappings between variables and also to check if there is anyone without mapping.
This is absolutely necessary for anyone working with a System Definition file with any level of complexity.
Any modern software package that deals with complex networks of interconnected entities offers a graphical interface... except VeriStand that only has a (90' style) list view. Want to do better than dSpace? Take a look at the Blender's texture editor...
(and Blender is freeware and open source)
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