ruzzmon Posted February 4, 2015 Report Share Posted February 4, 2015 Hi, I'm using the 1.0.1 version of DesignLab. I cannot compile any example project that I've tried. I've attached a screenshot from the PDF (view circuit) and Xilinx ISE schematic viewer (edit circuit) side by side which shows that the PDF circuit does not match the loaded schematic (note bus widths incorrect and completely different symbols for both VGA Wing and Papilio Default Pinout. This is from the VGA wing example, color_bar. I first opened the example, then created a copy and commented out the #define circuit as instructed. I then clicked edit circuit which opened the correct .xise file for my board (set in DesignLab) which is a Papilio Pro. I think that my setup is incorrect for the Symbol Library but I don't know what to set it to. I've followed previous tutorials and guessed that I should point it to "C:\DesignLab-1.0.1\examples\00.Papilio_Schematic_Library\Libraries\Xilinx_Symbol_Library\Papilio_Schematic_Library.lib" after installing DesignLab (I previously had old versions of the schematic library 1.6 and 1.8 installed so Xilinx ISE was pointing there). If this is incorrect, how do I clear this out? I'm unable to leave these settings blank it seems. I've also attached an error message during synthesis - hopefully this will help clarify what is wrong. As a side comment, I've noticed that the .xise files that shouldn't be edited seem to point to Dropbox; perhaps the libraries haven't been updated completely in version 1.0.1 to whatever you're using on Dropbox? Thanks!Elaborating entity <Wing_GPIO> (architecture <Behavioral>) from library <designlab>.ERROR:HDLCompiler:410 - "C:\Users\user\Documents\DesignLab\Color_Bar\circuit\LX9\Papilio_Pro.vhf" Line 203: Expression has 148 elements ; expected 201Elaborating entity <Papilio_Default_Wing_Pinout> (architecture <BEHAVIORAL>) from library <designlab>.Execution of entity papilio_default_wing_pinout failedNetlist Papilio_Pro(BEHAVIORAL) remains a blackbox, due to errors in its contents--> Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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