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WYSIWYG documentation

HMai
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Hello,

Is there documentation available for the WYSIWYG components (eg twentynm_clkena, twentynm_ddio_out)?  If not, where can one find the verilog source?

Regards

Hung

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VenTingT
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Hi,


Can you try using this path and see?

quartus/libraries/megafunctions/xml_info/twentynm_clkena_info.xml

Because I managed to open it at my end.


Thanks.

Best Regards,

Ven Ting


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VenTingT
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Hi,


We do not provide documentation for WYSIWYG components.

You may checkout the Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro and Standard Software User Guides if it helps.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/programmable/support-resources/design-software/user-guides.html


Thanks.


Best Regards,

Ven Ting


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HMai
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Thanks, where can I look at the HDL to check IO information such as parameters and port names?

Regards

Hung

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VenTingT
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You may go to File > Open in Quartus and search for e.g. twentynm_clkena in the directory where you installed the Quartus.


Thanks.

Best Regards,

Ven Ting


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HMai
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Ven Ting,

Search for *twentynm_clkena* does not return any results

Search for *twentynm" returns some files (below) but none has the twentynm_clka component.

    twentynm_io_12_lane_*

    twentynm_xcvr_*

    twentynm_pma.sv

    twentynm_pcs.sv

Tool used is Quartus Prime Pro Version 22.1.0 Build 174 03/30/2022 SC Pro Edition for windows.  Please send more ideas.

Regards

Hung

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VenTingT
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Hi,


Can you try using this path and see?

quartus/libraries/megafunctions/xml_info/twentynm_clkena_info.xml

Because I managed to open it at my end.


Thanks.

Best Regards,

Ven Ting


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VenTingT
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Attached with the screenshot of twentynm_clkena_info.xml.

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HMai
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Thanks Ven Ting, twentynm_ component parameters and ports are available at this location.

Regards

Hung

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VenTingT
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Hi,


I’m glad that your question has been addressed, I now transition this thread to community support. If you have a new question, feel free to open a new thread to get the support from Intel experts. Otherwise, the community users will continue to help you on this thread. Thank you.


Best Regards,

Ven Ting


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