01-05-2020 11:53 PM
I am using vitis 2019.2when making a clean build I get the massage: platform mb0_bsp.xpfm is invalid
What could be the reason?
02-05-2020 08:58 AM
Any update on this one? I am getting the same error after re-exporting an updated xsa. I've done the Update Hardware Specification in Vitis then cleaned and re-built the platform.
02-05-2020 09:26 AM
I tried Reset BSP Sources and got this error also. Maybe something wrong with my build. It passed Validation and generated the bit file without error.
Error occurred while generating bsp sources for the domain 'standalone_domain'.
Error: Hw specification provided does not have the HwDb, please check:C:/Projects/Invest/mb_bpi/mb_subsystem_wrapper.xsa
02-10-2020 02:18 PM
I too am experiencing this error.
After I export .xsa file from vivado 2019.2 and generate a project in Vitis. Things are smooth and hello world prints out.
Then I rexport the same .xsa file using vivado and update the hardware platform on vitis 2019.2 and boom, error pops up.
This is very annoying to have to not being able to update the hardware platform reliably. currently I have to generate a new project all the time.
09-18-2020 03:03 PM
Any update on this? In 2019.2 when I update the hardware via "Update Hardware Specification" the project blows up as described here. I'm on Ubuntu (all proper versions).
Currently I just start a new project platform every time I make a hardware change (even just a clock speed change) and import the old zynq application. This is quicker/more reliable than other solutions described on Forums.
Why does Xilinx hate us? Someone decided that updating your hardware specification was a fringe case?
10-23-2020 08:26 AM
I get this as well - but not every time I update the XSA.
This error pops up - and I haven't changed the BD from the memory map perspective.
I mention the lack of address changes as the application still builds correctly and works.
Still interested in the XSA issue and implications.
Using Ubuntu 18.04 and the block diagram is a subdesign in the system.