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IP Component files generated in wrong directory

VCham
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I used the Altera PLL IP to generate a PLL for my project but it was generated in the wrong directory. I tried moving the files but Quartus II was then unable to find the IP Component. Is there a proper way to move these generated files within my project folders?

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VCham
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I figured out my issue.

What I meant by "wrong" was that it wasn't generated in the desired folder given our folder structure convention, and simply moving the files didn't update the pointers. I figured out that updating the paths found in the .qsf file solves the issue.

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AndyN
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What do you mean by the "wrong" folder? Where is it generating with reference to the .ip file?

VCham
New Contributor I
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I figured out my issue.

What I meant by "wrong" was that it wasn't generated in the desired folder given our folder structure convention, and simply moving the files didn't update the pointers. I figured out that updating the paths found in the .qsf file solves the issue.

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