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questions of customize ip

Altera_Forum
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hi, everone.  

i want to customize ip in my nios design, i devide this new component to several sub-components, including several hdl files, rom.  

1.how can i add this ip to the nios? i already have the experiment of adding ip that contain only one hdl file, but i do not know how to add a ip with several blocks. 

 

this problem could be solved by combine the sub-blocks into one hdl file, but i want to keep the hierarchy. 

[h=2][/h] 

thanks!
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Altera_Forum
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Altera_Forum
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thanks! 

 

i read the file, but i still do not know how to do. 

for example: 

my custom ip has a top file, and 2 vhdl files, 1 rom, 1 divider(the quartus' LPM_DIVIDE), 

in the "files" tab in the "component editor" of qsys, how can i add the files?  

should i add the rom.vhd and the divider.vhd?
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Altera_Forum
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Hi, 

 

this should be correct.
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Altera_Forum
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Hi qd0090, 

 

Thanks for the post. I am new to cutomize design. 

This should be able to help me out with my implementation. 

 

The document suggested by Taz1984 is indeed useful. 

 

Try this Reference -> http://www.ent.mrt.ac.lk/~pasqual/courses/en2452/readings/making_qsys_components.pdf 

 

Cheers~
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Altera_Forum
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Altera_Forum
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Hi qd0090, 

 

Thanks for the post. I am new to cutomize design. 

This should be able to help me out with my implementation. 

 

The document suggested by Taz1984 is indeed useful. 

 

Try this Reference -> http://www.ent.mrt.ac.lk/~pasqual/courses/en2452/readings/making_qsys_components.pdf 

 

Cheers~
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