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Is it possible to turn off auto find file in quartus 19.3?

Is it possible to turn off auto find file in quartus 19.3?

Quartus auto finds a VHDL file and pick the wrong version of it,

while I specify the file I want in the qsf (ignored for some reason):

set_global_assignment -name VHDL_FILE ../../RTL/GF_C040RF_7M5S2U_NXP_IO_MFIO2V5FS_arria10.vhd -library work

 

When I delete the file it auto find (../../RTL/GF_C040RF_7M5S2U_NXP_IO_MFIO2V5FS.vhd)

then quartus goes further.

Note: GF_C040RF_7M5S2U_NXP_IO_MFIO2V5FS.vhd contains the stratix III IO pad and it is not compatible with the arria 10 ()dataio for stratix III, padio for arria X).

 

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Attaching the report, the qsf.

 

look for

rfd_fpga/RTL/GF_C040RF_7M5S2U_NXP_IO_MFIO2V5FS.vhd                                   ; Auto-Found VHDL File

 

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posted a file.
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posted a file.
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posted a file.
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Well I globally removed the search path to solve this:

 

#set_global_assignment -name SEARCH_PATH ../../INTERFACE

#set_global_assignment -name SEARCH_PATH ../../RTL

 

But it would be good that quartus does not try to compile a module that has the same name than the provided file

using the auto found RTL file.

 

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Thanks for the feedback. We will look into this so that the future Quartus will give a better customer experience.

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