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TerASIC DE2-115 GPIO Port question

Am using the DE2_115_web_server application as a baseline... 

 

Am attempting to use a pin (well more than 1, but for discussion's sake we only need to talk about 1) on the GPIO connector as an input to a customer Verilog module. To make the name descriptive to my particular solution, I wanted to rename it from GPIOx to TDR_ROMEN. 

 

Using Quartus Assignment editor, I deleted all of the GPIO references and created the TDR_ROMEN reference. In Pin Planner, I define it as an input on Pin AH_22 (Am using JP5, Pin 33; Used to be GPIO[28]) 

 

Next, I created my custom component with an export input tdr_romen. It also contains a Avalon MM Slave. I have instantiated the component in SOPC builder and have validated that I can read/write to registers within the component. The instantiation is called, "statement_coverage_0". If I look at the verilog file for the instantiation, it contains the statement, .tdr_romen (tdr_romen). If I look at the instantiation of the SOPC Builder file, I see the assignment, .tdr_romen_to_the_statement_coverage_0 (tdr_romen_to_the_statement_coverage_0), 

 

Finally, in the top-level DE_115_web_server.v file where the instance of DE2_115_SOPC is instantiated, I added, 

.tdr_romen_to_the_statement_coverage_0(TDR_ROMEN) 

 

Am relatively new to FPGA work and so I attempted to trace the flow using the key.v file. My understanding is that TDR_ROMEN references pin AH_22. The value of this pin is passed through the top level file to the instance of DE2_115_SOPC and to the tdr_romen input of my module. In that module, I simply set a register to 0 or 1 based on the value of tdr_romen (done synchronously in an always loop). Pin AH_22 is a hard logic high or low (i.e., it only transitions when I tell it to). 

 

My issue is that I am not seeing a change in the register. I would appreciate if someone could confirm (or rebut) my thought process above. 

 

THanks, in advance, 

ME
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Altera_Forum
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btw, 

 

in the dew_115_web_server.v file, I added TDR_ROMEN to the module declaration and: 

 

input TDR_ROMEN; 

 

to define the port type.
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