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TCL script

ymiler
Employee
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Hi 

 

I would like to ask where can I find TCL command that interpret by the GUI click 

 

Meaning - each action / click in the GUI interpret to TCL command - How can I find the relevant TCL command ?

 

Yishay 

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sstrell
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Compilation actions appear in the Messages window as their command-line or Tcl equivalent.

Assignments you create have their Tcl in the .qsf file.  That's mostly what you're looking for.

But you can in the built-in help as mentioned if you can't find what the equivalent is to a GUI action.

 

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KennyT_Intel
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ymiler
Employee
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Hi 

 

I don't need the capability to write TCL by myself ( by the quartus_sh command) 

 

Each click at the Quartos GUI interpret to TCL command - I want to use the GUI

(define several things  for example : define top level , etc.)  and then copy the  appropriate  TCL to my scripts 

My question is where can I find in GUI   those  TCL commands

 

Yishay

 

sstrell
Honored Contributor III
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Compilation actions appear in the Messages window as their command-line or Tcl equivalent.

Assignments you create have their Tcl in the .qsf file.  That's mostly what you're looking for.

But you can in the built-in help as mentioned if you can't find what the equivalent is to a GUI action.

 

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KennyT_Intel
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any further help needed?


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