I am using de2-115 withquartus.
I have created an IP core in the platform designer, addede it to my quartus project main vhdl file, compil it but it is not included whenI open eclipse.
how to exploit a custom IP data core in eclipse?
Is custom component have avalone interface??
If yes, Check the connection between slave and master.
If no, You should have avalone interface so that custom IP is visible in eclipse.
Refer below documents for custom IP creation.
If possible attach the project.
I think I am using the right .sopcinfo(because it is the same working project that I modify),
I am reading the avalon interface document you have with many thanks provided.
You find attached my project: I am trying to make a custom IP ("myRossler") be visible by eclipse,
you have adviced me to add an avalon interface which I havent managed yet.
do not hesistate to ask me again if any information is needed about the project.
Your myRossler IP dose not have any logic or avalone interface.
Add avalone interface and check the eclipse.
Thanks for update
I don't have vga subsystem to compile your design.
I have made some change as follows:
My problem is: 12002 Port "avalon_slave_read" does not exist in macrofunction "myrossler_0"
12002 Port "avalon_slave_readdata" does not exist in macrofunction "myrossler_0"
12002 Port "avalon_slave_write" does not exist in macrofunction "myrossler_0"
12002 Port "avalon_slave_writedata" does not exist in macrofunction "myrossler_0".
just to remind you "myrossler" is a custom IP that has inputs clk and rst and outputs 3 32 bits signals that I want to exploit
Thank you very much anand
unfortunately I could not go beyond your last post because
although now my ip "myrossler" appears in system.h it keep
displaying in eclipse "symbol 'myrossler_0_base' could not be resolved" so I can not retrieve one of the three signals that it outputs
that's what I did but the problem I am getting different values, maybe I am reading from different location.
I have added these line to my eclipse code:
#define rossler (unsigned char*) MYROSSLER_0_BASE
for (int i=0;i<500;i++)
printf("%d, ", *(rossler +i));
just to remind you Anand, all I need is just retreive one of the three output 32 bits signal x, y and z.
I do not know what I miss.
I also want to ask you anand about the file .vhd that outputs the 3 signals, because the one that you added in the custom IP
is called myRossler.v that you created myRossler(clock, resetn,writedata,readdata, write,read,by.teenabel..))
so my question how this IP connects to that.
Maybe I did not explain well, but I think it is in the problem because My initial problem was to create a custom IP using myRossler.vhd (attached) then make its outputs x,y,z visible in eclipse.
so the one you created myRossler.v doesnot provide the outputs I need ,it rather linkes the outputs using reg.v
Could you please show me how to do that using the file attached.
the txt file I attached "myRossler.vhd" provide as output 3 signalz x,y and z of 32 bit,
I just want you please to show me how to use your example to make these signals x,y,z
visible in eclipse.
because in the project you attached "myRossler.v" used reg32.v to output Q_export.
It is ineed visible in eclipse by the name MYROSSLER_0_BASE but doesnot give any of the 3 signals x, y or z.
can you please just tell me how to do we with "myRossler.vhd"