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How to Fix " SIT compatability Issues With Matlab 7.1 (ex slbuild)"

Hello ,
 
 
Simulation Interface Toolkit 2.0 works fine with Matlab6.5(Real Time Workshop).
 
In Matlab7.0.4. and 7.1.0 Some of the RTW functions(slbuild) has been changed. This creats error (Error using (slbuild, rtw_c))when try to use SIT 2.0 with Matlab 7.1.
 
Is there any service pack for SIT 2.0 Or Is there any other way to fix this bug.
 
Thanks in advance 
 
Regards 
 
Syed 
 
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