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tyski
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Registered: ‎01-24-2010

referencing EDK pcores library within an ISE development flow

I'm trying to develop an EDK pcore that instantiates a PLB slave interface within the development flow of ISE. This makes synthesis checks and basic development tasks much easier. The question is, how the heck can I reference the EDK pcores library (XilinxProcessorIPLib) within a standalone ISE development flow?

 

Thanks,

Tyrel

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tmcdowe
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Registered: ‎12-17-2007

It doesn't look like any of the design entry folks have anything to contribute here.  I am going to move this over to the embedded group for you.  Perhaps they know what you need to do.

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thirdeye
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@tmcdowe wrote:

It doesn't look like any of the design entry folks have anything to contribute here.  I am going to move this over to the embedded group for you.  Perhaps they know what you need to do.


 

Surely someone knows - the problem is whoever knows isn't answering.

 

This should be easy to find in documentation - I have not found it anywhere.

 

it has been asked a long time ago in this thread and others and still not answered.

 

this one:

http://forums.xilinx.com/t5/EDK-and-Platform-Studio/add-EDK-pcores-to-the-ISE-library/m-p/36367

 

and this one:

http://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Archived-ISE-issues/Compiling-XPS-cores-in-ISE-Library-problems/m-p/5663

 

and this one:

 

 

Is there not a way to add the pcore directory as a library search path?

 

Do all files have to manually added one at a time? Is this the only way?

 

Why has this question not been answered by anyone at Xilinx after years of questioning?

 

 

Hello? Xilinx? Please be helpful.

 

 

 

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thirdeye
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Registered: ‎05-30-2008

It is absolutely rediculous this is not built into ISE.

 

Maybe I'm wrong and it is there.

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