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Error: (vcom-11) Could not find

Niho
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Hello,

I am trying to do RTL simulation under Questa Intel Starter FPGA Edition-64 2021.2 & Quartus Prime V22.1 Build 917 Lite edition. Device is MAXII cpld.

But when run_msim_rtl_vhdl.do runs, vcom outputs Error:vcom-11 at top.vhd defined the library.

# ** Error: (vcom-11) Could not find cpld_lib.cpld_pkg.

Top.vhd describes the library define under the bellow. Quartus compilation is normal.

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library cpld_lib;
use cpld_lib.cpld_pkg.all;

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I defined the library using "Create a New library" already under Questa.

I attached Questa screen.

Could you support the solution for this error?

 

Best regard

Yasushi Niho

Questa screen.jpg

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Niho
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Hello sstrell-san,

 

I didn't use Nativelink and ran the .do developed 10 years ago and it compiled successfully.

Thank you for your support.

 

Best regard

Yasushi Niho

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sstrell
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Is that a space in your file path?  Questa (and Modelsim before it) notoriously can't tolerate spaces in file paths.

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Niho
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Hello,

Thank you for your support.
I cannot confirm space in the file path.
Questa recognized the path as the bellow in .do.
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vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST CPLD/trunk/src/cpld_lib/cpld_pkg.vhd}
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I'm just trying to rebuild a project using Modelsim from 10 years ago........

Best regard
Yasushi Niho

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sstrell
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Can you change the file path to remove the space (even just make it "PTST_CPLD") and see if that works?

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Niho
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Hello sstrell-san,

Sorry, I understood about the mean of SPACE in the file path.
I changed the path as your support and show .do as the bellow.
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vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST_CPLD/trunk/src/serial_tx.vhd}
vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST_CPLD/trunk/src/serial_rx.vhd}
vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST_CPLD/trunk/src/heartbeat.vhd}
vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST_CPLD/trunk/src/crc16_ser.vhd}
vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST_CPLD/trunk/src/cpld_lib/cpld_pkg.vhd}
vcom -93 -work work {C:/Users/NIHO-PC3/SCST2/PTST_CPLD/trunk/src/cpld_top.vhd}
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After re-created a New library, although I executed .do, but error is same.
# ** Error: (vcom-11) Could not find cpld_lib.cpld_pkg.

 

Best regard

Yasushi Niho

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Niho
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Hello sstrell-san,

 

I didn't use Nativelink and ran the .do developed 10 years ago and it compiled successfully.

Thank you for your support.

 

Best regard

Yasushi Niho

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SyafieqS
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May I know if previous reply solve the issue.

You may try Nativelink method if applicable (std version) as the flow is pretty straight forward.


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SyafieqS
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