I've got a soft-core CPU working onboard the Bemicro MAX 10 FPGA eval board. This is not NIOS II. The CPU boots code out of the User Flash Memory. After I reassemble and convert to .MIF, I need to reload the User Flash memory. The only way thus far that I've figured out how to do this is to recompile the whole solution.This is inconvenient and time-consuming because the rest of the hardware is not changing at all. is it possible just reload the on-fpga flash memory without doing a complete recompile? Is there some way I can call a script that would force a recompile? So at least I'd have a single button reassemble/convert/recompilation available? Thanks Keith
For NIOS II, if the program is in on-chip memory, you can use the option "update memory initialization file" in the Processing menu.I think the same can be applied for any ram (if your processor exists in a RAM) that has an initialization file. After you click "update memory initialization file", you run the assembler only to generate the SOF.