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christine1225
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which file does system.mhs in edk become in Vivado2016?

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which file  does system.mhs in edk become in Vivado2016?

 

And I see in the xapp1093's system.mhs,

the PARAMETER C_S_AXI_HP0_BASEADDR = 0x30000000 and the 
PARAMETER C_S_AXI_HP1_BASEADDR = 0x30000000 is the same,

but in the Vivado, it is an error, what's wrong?

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siktap
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There is no direct equivalent of mhs file in Vivado. You can refer page-65 for some specific details on the mapping between XPS and Vivado.

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx2013_3/ug911-vivado-migration.pdf

 

 

There are some differences in the way address mapping is considered in XPS and Vivado. In XPS, every slave had the same address, regardless of the Master accessing the Slave IP. IP Integrator provides support for master-based addressing. As a result, the same slave can have two different addresses as seen by two different masters. What is the exact error that you are seeing?

 

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Sikta

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siktap
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There is no direct equivalent of mhs file in Vivado. You can refer page-65 for some specific details on the mapping between XPS and Vivado.

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx2013_3/ug911-vivado-migration.pdf

 

 

There are some differences in the way address mapping is considered in XPS and Vivado. In XPS, every slave had the same address, regardless of the Master accessing the Slave IP. IP Integrator provides support for master-based addressing. As a result, the same slave can have two different addresses as seen by two different masters. What is the exact error that you are seeing?

 

Regards

Sikta

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