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SOPC Make Script and bsp-editor

Altera_Forum
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I've been making a bash script to generate all the SOPC information without any other involvement (see attached). I was wondering if anyone knows of any command-line options to run bsp-editor without the GUI? That and needing to create a *.cof file for conversion using a GUI is really frustrating. 

 

I'd love to hear any thoughts.
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Altera_Forum
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do you make to do this? run bsp-editor without the gui. interesting initiatives!

Altera_Forum
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do you make to do this? run bsp-editor without the gui. interesting initiatives! 

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Nope, just run the script (it's for Linux). I haven't made a windows batch version yet, but if someone really needs it, it really wouldn't be too difficult. I wish I knew HOW to run the bsp-editor without the GUI....there's no reason we shouldn't be able to though.
Altera_Forum
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Nope, just run the script (it's for Linux). I haven't made a windows batch version yet, but if someone really needs it, it really wouldn't be too difficult. I wish I knew HOW to run the bsp-editor without the GUI....there's no reason we shouldn't be able to though. 

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Slight correction, actually. You'll need to add the correct XML files and paths to the script. I didn't put them in to the script as command-line options, so the script is hard-coded to use mine.
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