1.5. Design Block Reuse Flows
- Core partition reuse—allows reuse of synthesized or final snapshots of a core partition. A core partition can include only core resources (LUTs, registers, M20K memory blocks, and DSPs).
- Root partition reuse—allows reuse of a synthesized or final snapshot of a root partition. A root partition includes periphery resources (including I/O, HSSIO, PCIe, PLLs), as well as any associated core resources, while leaving a core partition open for subsequent development.
At a high level, the core and root partition reuse flows are similar. Both flows preserve and reuse a design partition as a .qdb file. The Developer defines, compiles, and preserves the block in the Developer project, and the Consumer reuses the block in one or more Consumer projects.
The following sections describe the core and root partition reuse flows in detail.
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