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Sublime -> how to define it as External Preferable Editor?

amildm
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Hi All,

How should I define the Sublime as an Preferable Editor in Quartus?

Here is how I defined it:

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Here is the message , which I receive each time when I double click on any file inside of the Quartus (e.g. HDL files):

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 So, what's wrong? The Sublime Text Editor works fine as a stands alone editor, I'm also able to open the same files with it that I failed to open from Quartus.

Thanks!

 
 

 

 

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RichardTanSY_Intel
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I believe the problem occur if you close the Quartus and reopen it.

The double quote in the command line seem to be removed automatically, causing the tool can't find the tool.

Add back the double quote in the command line and it should works. Example:

"C:\Program Files\Sublime Text\sublime_text.exe"

Or copy the .exe to the Quartus installation path (without any space in between). Example:

C:\intelFPGA\sublime_text.exe (with or without the double quote)


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RichardTanSY_Intel
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I believe the problem occur if you close the Quartus and reopen it.

The double quote in the command line seem to be removed automatically, causing the tool can't find the tool.

Add back the double quote in the command line and it should works. Example:

"C:\Program Files\Sublime Text\sublime_text.exe"

Or copy the .exe to the Quartus installation path (without any space in between). Example:

C:\intelFPGA\sublime_text.exe (with or without the double quote)


RichardTanSY_Intel
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Thanks for acknowledge the solution provided.


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