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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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KennyT_Intel
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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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KennyT_Intel
Moderator
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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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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

KennyT_Intel
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Since this thread had been mark as accepted solution, we shall close this thread. After 15 days, this thread will be transitioned to community support. The community users will be able to help you with your follow-up questions. 


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