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After the bitstream was generated in the previous tutorial, it is now possible to export it.  
 
After the bitstream was generated in the previous tutorial, it is now possible to export it.  
 
''Goto:  File -> Export -> Export Hardware..''
 
''Goto:  File -> Export -> Export Hardware..''
Click to include bitstream, and press "OK".
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Make sure to include bitstream, and press "OK".
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[[File:export_hardware.png|400px|center]]
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Next, goto: ''File -> Launch SDK''. The following window will appear:
 
Next, goto: ''File -> Launch SDK''. The following window will appear:
 
[[File:Launch SDK.png|thumbnail|center]]
 
[[File:Launch SDK.png|thumbnail|center]]
 
Press "OK".
 
Press "OK".

Revision as of 14:46, 28 November 2017

Tested on Xilinx Vivado/SDK 2017.3, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.


This tutorial assumes you have completed the "Creating example project with AXI4 Lite peripheral in Xilinx Vivado"-tutorial.


Exporting hardware bitstream

After the bitstream was generated in the previous tutorial, it is now possible to export it. Goto: File -> Export -> Export Hardware.. Make sure to include bitstream, and press "OK".

Export hardware.png


Next, goto: File -> Launch SDK. The following window will appear:

Launch SDK.png

Press "OK".