02-08-2021 08:09 AM
When I try to compile the project in Vitis 2020.2. I receive an error on xparameters.h file.
However, it is included in files after exporting hardware and even I can open it in Vitis.
../src/testperiph.c:31:10: fatal error: xparameters.h: No such file or directory
31 | #include "xparameters.h"
make: *** [src/subdir.mk:26: src/testperiph.o] Error 1
I appreciate any help.
02-08-2021 08:22 AM
I have the same issue in Xilinx SDK sometimes. In the Project Menu click on Clean and wait for the process.
02-08-2021 08:52 AM - edited 02-08-2021 08:53 AM
Vitis still throws up weird errors. I think it will take a few more versions before it is really trustworthy.
In any case, trying to clean/rebuild the project/application and/or platform isn't guaranteed to fix these weird issues (but definitely try that first). The best way I've found to fix issues is to create a new platform from the XSA and re-associate the system project with the new platform. Might need a clean/rebuild as well.
Or, rather than creating a new platform, delete the current platform, and recreate it with the same name. Any system projects that were associated with the original name should automatically get re-associated. Then clean/rebuild as necessary if there are warning icons.
No guarantee that these steps will work, but they have solved some weird issues for for me.
02-08-2021 09:46 AM
02-09-2021 10:35 AM
I don't know if this is an option for you, but I was having similar issues where just importing any of the projects in Vitis would 1/2 of the time not be able to see the headers even though I could see them right there and they were in the project. I finally installed Vivado/Vitis on my Linux machine and have not had the issue since. I don't know why this functionality would be broken/malfunctioning on Windows but it seems to be. I found this while scouring the internet for a fix. It didn't work for me but maybe it will work for you?
To correct the problem, follow these steps:
1. Right-click on the standalone_bsp_0 project and select Properties from the bottom of the drop-down list.
2. Select C/C++ Include Paths (on left).
3. Click the Add Include Path from Workspace button.
4. Select the path standalone_bsp_0/ps7_cortexa9_0/include and click the OK button.
5. Click the OK button to close the Properties panel.
The project should rebuild with the xparameters.h reference resolved.