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HSI error : invalid command name "hsi::utils::get_rp_rm_for_drv"

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Hi all!

I am trying to generate device tree (from hsi command line, from SW SDK or from Vivado TCL console) but I always get following error:

invalid command name "hsi::utils::get_rp_rm_for_drv"

 

This appends with both custom platform and base Zynq example project.

 

For information, I am using Vivado v2016.2 (64-bit) / Xilinx SDK Release Version: 2016.2

Complete error message is at this post bottom.

 

Any help would be much appreciated!

 

Regards,

 

Nicolas.

 

Complete error message:


ERROR: [Hsi 55-1545] Problem running tcl command ::sw_device_tree::generate : invalid command name "hsi::utils::get_rp_rm_for_drv"
while executing
"hsi::utils::get_rp_rm_for_drv $drv_handle"
(procedure "set_drv_def_dts" line 14)
invoked from within
"set_drv_def_dts $drv_handle"
(procedure "gen_peripheral_nodes" line 54)
invoked from within
"gen_peripheral_nodes $drv_handle "create_node_only""
("foreach" body line 3)
invoked from within
"foreach drv_handle [get_drivers] {
# generate the default properties
gen_peripheral_nodes $drv_handle "create_node_only"
gen_r..."
(procedure "::sw_device_tree::generate" line 3)
invoked from within
"::sw_device_tree::generate device_tree"
ERROR: [Hsi 55-1442] Error(s) while running TCL procedure generate()
ERROR: [Common 17-39] 'hsi::generate_target' failed due to earlier errors.

 

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Thanks for your aswer.

Where can I find .xsa file? Is the .hdf file equivalent?

 

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Yes, the HDF is the equivalent.

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Hello,

Following steps defined in the blog you sent me above (i.e. using xsct shell), device tree is generated without error.

Thanks!

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