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mwalden
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Copy of User Defined Strategies (10.1) to another PC or 11.1

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Hi,

where are the User Defined Strategies in PlanAhead 10.1 stored? Do I have the possibility to copy these strategies to another machine and to PlanAhead 11.1?

 

Michael

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barriet
Xilinx Employee
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Registered: ‎08-13-2007

From the PA 10.1.8 User Guide (page 26):

/*

Strategy Files (<strategyname>.psg)
Strategy files contain your specified default command-line options for all of the ISE
implementation commands. You can apply a strategy to any given ISE attempt using
ExploreAhead. You can either create strategies from scratch or copy one of the factory
supplied strategies. User defined strategies are stored in your home directory. On
Windows, this is often in ‘C:\Documents and
Settings\<Username>\Application Data\HDI\strategies’. For Linux, the data
is created and stored in ~/.HDI/strategies.

 

*/

 

HTH,

bt

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mwalden
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Copy to PlanAhead 11.1 not necessary: 11.1 can access the same strategies as 10.1 on the same machine.

But, how can I copy the strategies to another PC?

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barriet
Xilinx Employee
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Registered: ‎08-13-2007

From the PA 10.1.8 User Guide (page 26):

/*

Strategy Files (<strategyname>.psg)
Strategy files contain your specified default command-line options for all of the ISE
implementation commands. You can apply a strategy to any given ISE attempt using
ExploreAhead. You can either create strategies from scratch or copy one of the factory
supplied strategies. User defined strategies are stored in your home directory. On
Windows, this is often in ‘C:\Documents and
Settings\<Username>\Application Data\HDI\strategies’. For Linux, the data
is created and stored in ~/.HDI/strategies.

 

*/

 

HTH,

bt

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