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Adding of Block system file to NIOS Processor

Mathiazhagan
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Hi there,

 

Am New to the intel quartus software, Could anyone please suggest me is there any option to add the customized or user defined block system file with the NIOS Processor,

By writing verilog code i created the block system file, i want to either convert the .bsf file into an IP or how to connect the .bsf file directly to the NIOS Processor.

If anyone know the solution please share the available docs, links to me 

 

Thanks in Advance 

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sstrell
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I was confused because .bsf is a block symbol file, not block system file.

In any case, a Nios processor must be created in a Platform Designer system.  When you generate the system, you can choose the option to create a .bsf file for the system, which you can then include in a .bdf schematic file and connect to your code.

Or you could turn your code into a Platform Designer custom component and connect it to Nios in Platform Designer, but that requires knowledge of using Component Editor in Platform Designer.

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sstrell
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I was confused because .bsf is a block symbol file, not block system file.

In any case, a Nios processor must be created in a Platform Designer system.  When you generate the system, you can choose the option to create a .bsf file for the system, which you can then include in a .bdf schematic file and connect to your code.

Or you could turn your code into a Platform Designer custom component and connect it to Nios in Platform Designer, but that requires knowledge of using Component Editor in Platform Designer.

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EricMunYew_C_Intel
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You can refer to below for creating a custom IP component in Platform Designer for connecting it to Nios II.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/docs/programmable/683609/21-3/creating-components.html


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EricMunYew_C_Intel
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