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IP Version

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Is there a wizard or any easy way of updating the IP versions in EDK?

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Xilinx Employee
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Re: IP Version

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I always reference the newer version (b is newer than a).

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Xilinx Employee
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Re: IP Version

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If you are refering to changing the version used in a design, then I find the easiest way is to manually edit the mhs file.

 

If you are refering to bumping the version of a custom IP, then I find a tool with file search and replace is the easiest.

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Re: IP Version

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Thanks for the reply.  I tried doing it manually but I got a lot of errors.  I was hoping that there was a wizard that would work.

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Re: IP Version

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The only wizard is the option within creating custom IP. You can look at the driver examples for the edk IP. Look in your EDK install dir ISE_DS/EDK/sw/XilinxProcessorIPLib/drivers. You will recognize the same dir structure as a custom driver where there's a data and src directory for each driver.

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Re: IP Version

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Is this also the best way to determine what the best version to use is?  For instance what version is best to use a or b?

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Re: IP Version

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I always reference the newer version (b is newer than a).

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