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Observer slims
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Registered: ‎03-24-2015

How to show results in the console window of eclipsewhen exporting sdk??

 I'm using an Atlys spartan-6 LX45,I export design and I wrote a C code but when I run it I didn't get any result in my concole window.However I configure the STDIO connection and I check the suitable COM which is connected.Can any one has any idea about that??

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Registered: ‎07-31-2012

Re: How to show results in the console window of eclipsewhen exporting sdk??

Hi,

 

I get that you have uart IP in the hardware design. If you are sure about he STDIO connections and COM port setup then please check the baudrate of Uart if it matches with what is configured in hardware vs stdio connection in sdk.

 

BTW which version of tool are you using? If you would like share mhs and xml files.

 

Regards

Praveen

 

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Scholar stephenm
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Registered: ‎05-06-2012

Re: How to show results in the console window of eclipsewhen exporting sdk??

By stdio connections, do you mean in the bsp? Can your open the bsp and set the stdin and stdout to your uart.
In your hardware. Have you created the UCF for your RX and TX correctly?
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