Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition User Guide: Scripting

ID 683432
Date 12/13/2021

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Document Table of Contents remove_all_parameters (::quartus::project)

The following table displays information for the remove_all_parameters Tcl command:

Tcl Package and Version

Belongs to ::quartus::project

Syntax remove_all_parameters [-h | -help] [-long_help] [-entity <entity_name> ] [-fall] -name <name> [-rise] [-tag <data> ] [-to <destination> ]
Arguments -h | -help Short help
-long_help Long help with examples and possible return values
-entity <entity_name> Entity to which parameter belongs
-fall Option applies to falling edge
-name <name> Parameter name (string pattern is matched using Tcl string matching)
-rise Option applies to rising edge
-tag <data> Option to tag data to this assignment
-to <destination> Destination of the parameter (string pattern is matched using Tcl string matching)

Removes all matching parameters. The "-name" option is not case sensitive. The "-to" option is case sensitive. If the "-to" argument is specified, the function removes the parameters from the current entity. The parameters are removed from the PARAMETERS section of the entity. Otherwise, the function removes the project-wide default parameters obtained from the DEFAULT_PARAMETERS section. This Tcl command filters the parameter data found in the Quartus Prime Settings File (.qsf) and removes the data based on the values specified by the "-name" and "-to" options. These options can take string patterns containing special characters from the set "*?\[]" as values. The values are matched using Tcl string matching. Note that bus names are automatically detected and do not need to be escaped. Bus names have the following format: <bus name>[<bus index>] or <bus name>[*] The <bus name> portion is a string of alphanumeric characters. The <bus index> portion is an integer greater than or equal to zero or it can be the character "*" used for string matching. Notice that the <bus index> is enclosed by the square brackets "[" and "]". For example, "a[0]" and "a[*]" are supported bus names and can be used as follows: # To match index 0 of bus "a", type: remove_all_parameters -name * -to a[0] # To match all indices of bus "a", type: remove_all_parameters -name * -to a[*] All other uses of square brackets must be escaped if you do not intend to use them as string patterns. For example, to match indices 0, 1, and 2 of the bus "a", type: remove_all_parameters -name * -to "a[escape_brackets \[]\[0-2\][escape_brackets \]]" For more