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dwisehart
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Registered: ‎06-23-2013

get_msg_config -rules not always working in 2018.2

 

With a new project and no rules, the command does what I expect:

 

get_msg_config -rules
Message control rules currently in effect are:
Rule Name Rule Current Message Count

 

set_msg_config -id {Test-999} -new_severity INFO

 

get_msg_config -rules
Message control rules currently in effect are:
Rule Name Rule Current Message Count
11 set_msg_config -ruleid {11} -id {Test-999} -new_severity {INFO} 0

 

But after adding rules for a while, `set_msg_config -rules` no longer returns anything, not even the headers.  I am guessing it doesn't like one of the rules.  Is there a way to find out which one?  I have 83 rules at the moment.

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syedz
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Registered: ‎01-16-2013

@dwisehart

 

Can you try with -verbose switch? Also Can you share all the rules applied so that we can test this at our end? 

You can find all the set_msg_config command applied in vivado.log file. 

 

--Syed

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dwisehart
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Registered: ‎06-23-2013

Thanks for the reply, Syed.

 

Adding -verbose did nothing: `get_msg_config -verbose -rules` returns nothing.

 

The rules do show up in vivado.log

 

I have attached the log and journal file.

 

Daniell

 

PS.  This project has fewer rules, which I thought might help track it down.

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