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Top-level File Not Being Created under Quartus 17.1 on Linux

Altera_Forum
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On Quartus 16.1, when the "DE1-SoC Board" is chosen during the New Project Wizard, a top-level design file is created. On Quartus 17.1, running on CentOS 7, even though the "create top-level design file" option is ticked, a top-level module is not being created. 

 

Project Type: empty project 

Add Files: [none] 

Family, Device & Board Settings: Board -> DE1-SoC Board selected with mouse; Create top-level design file is ticked. 

EDA Tool Settings: [default] 

Summary: [correctly shows DE1-SoC Board has been selected] 

 

When the project is created, there is no top-level design file. The top-level module name is the same as filled in on the first page of the New Project Wizard (e.g., "fred") rather than the "DE1_SOC_golden_top" that I was expecting. 

 

Is this a bug with the Linux version of Quartus 17.1?
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