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Where is XGpio/XGpioPS documentation

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Where is XGpio/XGpioPS documentation

I give up, I have hunted everywhere for documentation on XGpio/XgpioPs libraries.

Where are they?

-Pete

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Re: Where is XGpio/XGpioPS documentation

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@pfournier In general, for any component you can just right click it and choose "IP Documentation"

In the SDK you can go to the BSP page and you have "Documentation" and "Import Examples" under "Peripheral Drivers"

But in my opinion the best documentation is in the header files - in this case xgpio.h

So plenty of doc options here

 

 

 


* Henrique Bucher, Baremetal Labs, Extreme Financial Engineering: btlabs.us

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Re: Where is XGpio/XGpioPS documentation

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Re: Where is XGpio/XGpioPS documentation

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@pfournier In general, for any component you can just right click it and choose "IP Documentation"

In the SDK you can go to the BSP page and you have "Documentation" and "Import Examples" under "Peripheral Drivers"

But in my opinion the best documentation is in the header files - in this case xgpio.h

So plenty of doc options here

 

 

 


* Henrique Bucher, Baremetal Labs, Extreme Financial Engineering: btlabs.us
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Re: Where is XGpio/XGpioPS documentation

Thank you Stephen and Henrique.  I did find one of the files after I posted, then I searched my installed files for the associate .c files and figured I could get info from them.

 

Man these tools have gotten a combination of more powerful and more complex since my Xact and Foundation days!

-Pete