1.1. Block-Based Design Terminology 1.2. Block-Based Design Overview 1.3. Design Methodologies Overview 1.4. Design Partitioning 1.5. Design Block Reuse Flows 1.6. Incremental Block-Based Compilation Flow 1.7. Combining Design Block Reuse and Incremental Block-Based Compilation 1.8. Setting-Up Team-Based Designs 1.9. Bottom-Up Design Considerations 1.10. Debugging Block-Based Designs with the Signal Tap Logic Analyzer 1.11. Block-Based Design Flows Revision History 1.12. Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition User Guide: Block-Based Design Document Archive
22.214.171.124. Prepare a Design Partition for Project Integration
Follow these steps to prepare a lower-level design partition for integration with the top-level project:
- Obtain a copy of the top-level project, or create a new project with the same assignments and constraints as the top-level project. Ensure that your partition uses only the resources that the team lead allocates.
- For each design partition that is incomplete in the top-level project, set the Empty option to Yes in the Design Partitions Window. This setting creates an empty partition for later development. For the Compiler to elaborate this partition, you must provide at least the port definitions and any parameters or generics passed to the RTL.
- When the lower-level design partition is complete, follow the procedure in Step 2: Developer: Compile and Export the Core Partition. The project lead can now reuse the partition in the top-level project.
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