Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition User Guide: Design Compilation

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Date 9/26/2022

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Give Feedback Object Set Console

The Object Set Console pane displays all currently selected, highlighted, or colored nodes in the schematic viewer.

To launch the Object Set Console dialog box, navigate to the View menu in the RTL Analyzer interface and click Object Set Console Window.

Consider an example where you traced fan-in or fan-out connectivity of your design using the Connectivity Tracer tool. When you view a specific traced path, it gets highlighted in the schematic viewer. The Object Set Console Window has three tabs: Selection, Highlight, and Color. Each tab provides different details as described in the following sections:

Selection Tab

The Selection tab lists all netlist objects, such as ports, instances, instance ports, and nets, currently selected in the schematic viewer, as shown in the following image. Using the context-sensitive menu, you can view the object in a new tab or locate the node in the design file.

Figure 16. Selection Tab in the Object Set Console

Color Tab

The Color tab lists all the paths traced by the Connectivity Tracer, with different color codes. When you expand each traced path, you can see the list of nodes in the path.

Figure 17. Color Tab in the Object Set Console

Using the Color tab's context-sensitive menu, you can view the desired node in a new tab within the schematic viewer, highlight/unhighlight the path, or change the color of the traced path. To change the node color, you can also use the Highlight drop-down on the RTL Analyzer main menu.

Figure 18. Color Tab Context-sensitive Menu

Figure 19. Displaying a Node in a New Tab in the Schematic Viewer

Highlight Tab

When you select the Highlight option in the Color tab's context-sensitive menu for a specific traced path, respective nodes are highlighted in the schematic viewer and listed in the Highlight tab.

Figure 20. Highlight Tab