1.1. Benefits of Command-Line Executables 1.2. Introductory Example 1.3. Command-Line Scripting Help 1.4. Project Settings with Command-Line Options 1.5. Compilation with quartus_sh --flow 1.6. Text-Based Report Files 1.7. Using Command-Line Executables in Scripts 1.8. Common Scripting Examples 1.9. The QFlow Script 1.10. Document Revision History
1.8.1. Create a Project and Apply Constraints 1.8.2. Check Design File Syntax 1.8.3. Create a Project and Synthesize a Netlist Using Netlist Optimizations 1.8.4. Archive and Restore Projects 1.8.5. Perform I/O Assignment Analysis 1.8.6. Update Memory Contents Without Recompiling 1.8.7. Create a Compressed Configuration File 1.8.8. Fit a Design as Quickly as Possible 1.8.9. Fit a Design Using Multiple Seeds
2.1. Tool Command Language 2.2. Intel® Quartus® Prime Tcl Packages 2.3. Intel® Quartus® Prime Tcl API Help 2.4. End-to-End Design Flows 2.5. Creating Projects and Making Assignments 2.6. Compiling Designs 2.7. Reporting 2.8. Timing Analysis 2.9. Automating Script Execution 2.10. Other Scripting Features 2.11. The Intel® Quartus® Prime Tcl Shell in Interactive Mode Example 2.12. The tclsh Shell 2.13. Tcl Scripting Basics 2.14. Tcl Scripting Revision History
1.9. The QFlow Script
A Tcl/Tk-based graphical interface called QFlow is included with the command-line executables. You can use the QFlow interface to open projects, launch some of the command-line executables, view report files, and make some global project assignments.
The QFlow interface can run the following command-line executables:
- quartus_map (Analysis and Synthesis)
- quartus_fit (Fitter)
- quartus_sta (Timing Analyzer)
- quartus_asm (Assembler)
- quartus_eda (EDA Netlist Writer)
To view floorplans or perform other GUI-intensive tasks, launch the Intel® Quartus® Prime software.
Start QFlow by typing the following command at a command prompt:
quartus_sh -gTip: The QFlow script is located in the < Intel® Quartus® Prime directory>/common/tcl/apps/qflow/ directory.
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