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bfung_2
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Packaging Custom IP referencing converted EDK IP with Vivado

I followed the guide here to convert proc_common, axi_lite_ipif, and axi_master_burst to library IPs in Vivado.

Now I'm packaging my own custom IP which references files in those converted IP above. For some reason, Vivado doesn't seem to be able to see some of those files, even when I can see those converted IP in the Sub_Core References section:

Screenshot from 2021-03-29 21-15-41.png

 

References in the VHDL sources can't seem to be resolved, even though the libraries are found.

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vsrunga
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Hi,

From your snapshot, it looks IP packager flagged multiple warnings, have you gone through them ? Didn't they give any clue on fixing the problem?

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bfung_2
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@vsrungaall of the warnings are stemming from Vivado not able to locate the source files, but they should be part of the sub-cores which I've packaged from XPS and included in the Vivado IP packaging (as seen in the list of sub-core references).

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vsrunga
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Hi, 

@bfung_2 , did you add sub core repo to IP_repository before trying to call it ?

Which Vivado version are you using ?

Would it be possible to upload your project through secure EZMOVE to take a look at your end ?

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bfung_2
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I'm using Vivado 2020.1. I have added the subcores to my repository and can see them if I navigate the available IP in the GUI.

I appreciate the help. I've PM'd you my contact info and am awaiting instructions for EZMOVE. Thanks.

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