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How to convert Prime 18.1 "Pro" IP to "Standard" IP ?

mtgavin
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I used Intel HLS (v18.1) to generate some IP, using the Prime "Pro" version.

 

Unfortunately, my top level design (where I would like to put the IP) is in "standard" version.

 

Is there a way to convert the 18.1 "Pro" version IP to "Standard" version IP so I can use it in my "Standard" design?

 

I am having problems using HLS in "Standard" version, due to the C++ library versions it requires, so it won't be easy for me to just regenerate the IP in HLS "Standard" version.  (I can't get that to work.)

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MuhammadAr_U_Intel
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Hi, Only option I can think of is to re-generate using Quartus Standard HLS. Is the top level design RTL based or Qsys based ? Have you considered moving the top level design to Pro Edition ? Thanks, Arslan
mtgavin
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I have figured out how to use HLS Standard edition. This works better with a Red Hat 6 machine, that has the right C libraries. So I will use that in my top level design. Thanks.

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