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How to know what Quartus version was used for compilation from QAR (Project Archive) file?

ldm_as
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Hi All,

From QAR (Quartus Archive Project) file, is it possible to understand what version of Quartus was used for creation the archive/compilation of the project?

Thank you!

 

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Kenny_Tan
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Hi,


What you can do is install the latest version of Quartus Prime, open the qar.


After that, go to the project directory and look for *.qsf files. Open *.qsf files with notepad, and you able to see which Quartus was original built.


Thanks,


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Kenny_Tan
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Hi,


What you can do is install the latest version of Quartus Prime, open the qar.


After that, go to the project directory and look for *.qsf files. Open *.qsf files with notepad, and you able to see which Quartus was original built.


Thanks,


sstrell
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I don't have one handy to check right now, but I think the .qarlog text file that is generated when you create a .qar would have this info as well.

#iwork4intel

Kenny_Tan
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