I am working on a number of complex (for me, anyway) Tcl scripts for FPGA flows. I have used Jupyter notebooks for Python work, and really like the producitivity Jupyter provides.
While I know that Jupyter has been used with Tcl (the Xilinx Pynq stuff is one FPGA specific example), has anyone tried to use Jupyter to develop Quartus scripts? If you have, I would appreciate is you could help me out.
I don't have any experience in developing tcl script for fpga flow in jupyter env.
But if want to an example for the script flow Quartus, you may refer to link below
May I know how the jupyter helps as you mentioned with Xilinx Pynq stuff?
Is it just do execute the code or have some sorts of dummy synthesis engine that help to simulate the script flow?
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