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Is it possible to open a qsys system from the command line (in a build script) and "Sync system infos"?

DWoof
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DWoof
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I have to compile 2 product qsf revision variants of the same design including a qsys system, on different devices so this is required when building from within the Quartus GUI).  

 

This is my current script command:

qsys-generate Qsys.qsys --synthesis=VERILOG --family="Stratix 10" --part=1SG110...

and I know I can use qsys-script to process tcl command, trouble is I cannot find a reference of available commands.

Thanks  

 

MEIYAN_L_Intel
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Hi, You may refer to the Intel® Quartus® Prime Standard Edition User Guide Platform Designer and the reference command locate at the subtitle 6.6 "Generate a Platform Designer System with qsys-script". The link below is the User Guide as mentioned above: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/ug/ug-qps-platform-designer... Thanks
DWoof
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Thanks for the link.

 

For the record and in the end, I used "sed" to do a global replacement of the device id in the qsys and all .ip files in my system before calling qsys-generate. Pretty straightforward and it works.

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