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Registered: ‎05-12-2014

How to save the "messaging.defaultLimit" parameter in a Vivado project?

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Hello, and thanks in advance for reading. By default, Vivado limits the number of occurrences of any individual message that it will display to 100, after which it will print, "Message X appears 100 times and further instances of the messages will be disabled..."  AR# 53034 states: "To increase the default message limit for all the message IDs, use the TCL command set_param messaging.defaultLimit..."  This is working for me, but I need to save this setting to the Vivado project so that it will be in effect when other members of my team use the project.  Can anyone enlighten me on how to accomplish this?

 

Thanks again,

Dave

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@dsammel,

 

Save the command in a init.tcl file and keep it in the scripts folder (C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2016.3\scripts). -- This will enable the command everytime Vivado is launched.

 

Or you can put it in synth pre.tcl in Synthess settings.

Thanks,
Nupur
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@dsammel,

 

Save the command in a init.tcl file and keep it in the scripts folder (C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2016.3\scripts). -- This will enable the command everytime Vivado is launched.

 

Or you can put it in synth pre.tcl in Synthess settings.

Thanks,
Nupur
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Hi @dsammel,

 

To complete @nupurs response, please look at AR#53090 (link). There are information about the init.tcl file

 

Regards,

 

Florent


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Thank you both! This is exactly what I needed.

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