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I am trying to use modelsim_ae with command line and use the built in libraries. But it doesn't find the -Lf Belowis the command line: But if finds none of the -Lf libraries?

LGlie1
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vlog -work tst17301.ulogsim -incr +libext+.bv+.vp+.v+.V+.sv+.vo -sv -sv_pragma -sv12compat -timescale=1ns/1ps +v2k -Lf 220model_ver -Lf altera_mf_ver -Lf twentynm_ver -Lf altera_ver -Lf altera_lnsim_ver

 

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RichardTanSY_Intel
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Is using -L instead of -Lf help to find the library?
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LGlie1
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No. I tried both but made no difference.

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RichardTanSY_Intel
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Could you help to share the error message?

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LGlie1
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Its not an Error per say. It doesn't find the modules needed from the libraries.

Referenced (but uncompiled) modules or primitives:

twentynm_io_obuf

twentynm_io_ibuf

twentynm_lcell_comb

dffeas

twentynm_mlab_cell

twentynm_ram_block

altddio_out

altera_iopll

altsyncram

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RichardTanSY_Intel
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Modelsim-Altera libraries have been pre-compiled for both functional and gate-level simulation. We should not compile the library files before running a simulation.

Document: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/hb/qts/qts_qii53001.pdf#page=page2

 

Can you run the simulation without the need to compile the library?

 

Could you help to share the screenshot of your current modelsim-ae GUI with the library on the left-hand side?

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RichardTanSY_Intel
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Hi, do you able to solve the problem?

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