08-07-2020 04:49 PM
I understand that prior to Vitis, Xilinix provided an SDK integrated both into Eclipse and as a command line tool suite. I'd like to use the command line interface, but I can't seem to install the tool suite separate than Vitis. I'm on a 64-bit Ubuntu machine with less than 50 GiB of space, so I can't install Vitis outright. Any suggestions? Thanks!
08-09-2020 07:41 PM
Installation size is a problem, but currently SDK cannot be installed independently.
08-11-2020 10:44 PM - edited 08-11-2020 10:47 PM
That's too bad =/ I'll buy a bigger harddrive I suppose. Once the whole suite is installed, do you know if it's possible to interface with the tools via the command line instead of through the GUI? Thanks.
08-13-2020 03:37 PM
A good reference for command line usage XSCT would be below:
Also from the XSCT terminal, you can use the help commands, such as "help", and help "projects" to get more information.
08-17-2020 04:34 AM - edited 08-17-2020 04:39 AM
The commandline tool you are referring to is the XSCT. The XSCT, Unfortunately, this cannot be installed on its own.
Yes, you can connect to the target in the XSCT, and debug from the command line tools.
For example, taking zynq ultrascale, we can do all this via the XSCT:
You can add a breakpoint
You can step, stop, resume ect