03-21-2016 12:24 PM
Hi,I have made some experiments on NIOS2 core with the Avalon PIO and it’s working fine. However, differently from some examples found on the Web, e.g iord(pio_0_base,0) - I had to manually paste the numerical base address of the pio_0 which was generated by Qsys. I had to do this way for the sake of Eclipse underlined this parameter warning that it was not recognized by compiler. Although I made a deep search on the content of all files of the design by Windows search tool, seeking some occurence of the partial word “PIO_0” assigned to something related to it current address “3030” ( actually, 0x0000_3030 ), could not find anything. Correct me if I’m wrong, but should I manually create my own assignments, or are there a better way ? I fear that after performing eventual updating on base addresses on Qsys this could change the value already defined
#define PIO_0_BASE 0x00003030
03-21-2016 04:09 PM
--- Quote Start --- You should be able to look up your PIO_0_BASE in your system.h. I assume that you have generate/re-generate BSP based on the new sopcinfo file. --- Quote End --- In addition to regenerate the BSP, you probably need to select the Refresh and/or Rebuild Index commands
03-21-2016 11:59 PM
Thank you all for the advices.I was not aware of the need to re-generate the BSP, and doing that now the PIO_0 base address 0x3030 is visible at the file "system.h". The only action that I have to do in order to take effect the changes, it was generating a new BSP project instead of the generate option.