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How to enable the pull-up feature of some IO pin of Stratix III

OCn
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Hi!

I'd like to use TCL script to enable the pull-up feature of some IO pin of Stratix III. Could any one tell me how to do this, or where I can find any document about this?

 

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sstrell
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This would be an assignment that you'd put in a script or add to the .qsf file.  You can see examples of assignments in this document with I/O-related examples in section 1.2.3:

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/ug/ug-qps-design-constraint...

Search the built-in help (Logic Options section in the help table of contents) for the assignment(s) you want to use.  You could also create the assignment in the Pin Planner then look at the .qsf file to see the formatting and use that in your own scripts.

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sstrell
Honored Contributor III
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This would be an assignment that you'd put in a script or add to the .qsf file.  You can see examples of assignments in this document with I/O-related examples in section 1.2.3:

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/ug/ug-qps-design-constraint...

Search the built-in help (Logic Options section in the help table of contents) for the assignment(s) you want to use.  You could also create the assignment in the Pin Planner then look at the .qsf file to see the formatting and use that in your own scripts.

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OCn
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Hi sstrell,

OK, I understand.

Thanks for your reply and providing these information!

Regards,

Oliver

 

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