05-18-2011 11:47 PM
I have a model in system generator containing shared memories.I would like to export this model as a pcore and use it in SDK.First of all,is this possible to implement i.e can i read and write to share memories from SDK if yes how could it be done?
I have already done the read/write operation in XPS,now i would like to migrate to SDK.
The system.mss file after export to SDK does not show my pcore as an instance.Has anybody implemented something of the same kind.Please help
I use EDK 12.1 on a spartan 3e starter board.
05-19-2011 10:12 PM
A clarification in this regard,I would like to know if only the Create or Import peripheral wizard generated IP can be exported to SDK or even the simple system generator Pcore? I am trying to import a large design from system generator (containing shared memories) as a pcore to the EDK so want to make sure if I am on the right track.
By drivers did you mean the folder containing the custom pcore?
05-19-2011 10:44 PM
I could access the shared memory and get my system running in SDK.Thank you :)
But one hurdle I faced was that the config table for my pcore say for example ABC_PLBW_ConfigTable was not defined duirng the run.
What I had to do was to import the libxil.a file from the working system(i.e microblaze_0\lib) in XPS.Is there any way I can get this in my SDK? Please suggest
08-29-2011 02:59 PM
Please share what you did to get this working. I added a repository, but it still does not work. I cannot select the driver in the BSB settings in SDK.
08-30-2011 06:09 PM
08-30-2011 07:40 PM
Great, thank you. I ended up adding the EDK directory itself as a repository and the pcore drivers popped right up.
I may actually move it to being a local project repository so all the source files are contained in the SDK project besides global Xilinx libraries in the BSB. It is annoying having an absolute path when using the EDK directory as a repository and having the driver source files in the SDK source folder will get around that and they can be modified along with revisions to the project to keep dependent things together.