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BSP build - Configuring BSP search path

Arthur_Davidov
Beginner
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Hi,
I have a problem same as described here  and the suggested solution is to edit configuration path.
In " Nios II Software Developer’s Handbook "  NII5V2-13.1  p.42 there is an explanation for  'Configuring Component Search Paths'. The problem is that I cant locate the objects that are supposed to be.

My tools--> options view:

 


"The BSP component search paths:" isn't a link/button.
What I am missing?

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Eliath_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi!


yes , that is correct.

an example of this is :


$  nios2-bsp-editor.exe --librarian-path=/mnt/c/temp:$


after running this command with the new path, the BSP editor search path window will open and you'll see the new search path updated.


please let me know any questions you may have.

Regards,

-Eliath Guzman


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Eliath_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi Jerusalem,

First of all, thanks for reaching us.


Regarding the issue, can you please tell me what the version you are using is?

so I can try to reproduce the issue to see what exactly is happening.


Regards,

-Eliath


Arthur_Davidov
Beginner
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Thanks for your response.
I tried to edit searching path on NiosII: v17, v15.1v, v14.1

Eliath_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi!


Please try the next workaround.


Launch Nios II BSP editor from commandline

nios2-bsp-editor --librarian-path=/your/custom/search/path:$

where:

--librarian-path <directory> Comma separated librarian search path. Use '$'

            for default search path


please let me know any questions you may have.


Regards,

-Eliath Guzman


Arthur_Davidov
Beginner
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Do you mean:
nios2-bsp-editor --librarian-path=/path1:$/path2:$path3:&

path1 = /users/myname/intel/x

path2 = /users/myname/intel/y

path3 = /users/myname/intel/z

 

How can I validate the current search path?

Eliath_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi!


yes , that is correct.

an example of this is :


$  nios2-bsp-editor.exe --librarian-path=/mnt/c/temp:$


after running this command with the new path, the BSP editor search path window will open and you'll see the new search path updated.


please let me know any questions you may have.

Regards,

-Eliath Guzman


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