Starting in the 2019.2 release, the Xilinx SDK development environment is unified into an all-in-one Vitis™ unified software platform.
Dear SDK users, experiencing this feature-rich tool is just a few clicks away!
So, let's get started with migrating a project from Xilinx SDK to Vitis.
Launch the Vitis IDE.
Import the older versioned Xilinx SDK project by navigating to file -> Import
Your migration is now complete!
What about create platform with the spr file for each microblaze -> then ceate system -> then move the files...
Do I need all this? it does not happand automatically for me migrating from 2017.4.1 to 2019.2
Thats great ,
Do we have any info as to how many versions of vivado this will be true for ?
We have had sitautions in the past, such as ISE to Vivado, where only a few versoin of vivado supported migration.
In say 3 years time, when a company comes to update a product , based upoon the previosu xilinx standard SDK, will they be able to import it into Vivado 2023 or will they have to instal vivado 2019.4 and import then iport that into 2023 ?
@pvempati Please check this query
is there an answer to the comment from @drjohnsmith ?
Sorry, it doesn't work for me. I will get the following message:
09:06:16 WARN : The following projects could not be identified as Vitis projects and will not be managed by the tool:
09:07:07 WARN : The following projects could not be identified as Vitis projects and will not be managed by the tool:
09:07:07 WARN : Failed to migrate the following projects. The projects will not be imported to the workspace.
I've attempted to follow the suggested methods of sdk to vitis and found it does not work. What I ended up doing was creating a platform and using the created exported hardware as the domain and it worked. For application porting I created an blank Application and then imported sources.
Indeed it seems broken for 2021.2, no file->import exists.
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