Generic Flash Programmer User Guide: Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition

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Date 3/28/2022
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1.6.4. Output Files Tab Settings (Programming File Generator)

The Output Files tab allows you to specify the type of secondary programming file that you want to generate (output) with the Programming File Generator. The Programming File Generator converts a primary programming file (for example, .sof) into a programming file for alternative programming methods (for example, a .jic for flash programming). The Output Files tab and options change dynamically according to your selections.

The following output file options are available:

Table 18.  Output File Options
Setting Description
Device family Specifies the FPGA device family you are targeting for configuration. Programming File Generator supports only Intel® Agilex™ , Intel® Stratix® 10, Intel® MAX® 10, and Intel® Cyclone® 10 LP devices.
Configuration mode Specifies the method of FPGA configuration, such as Active Serial x4, AVST x8, AVST x16, or AVST x32. Generic Flash Programmer supports only Active Serial x4.
Output directory and Name Specifies the name and location of the file you generate. By default, this location is in the top-level project directory.
File Types Allows you to enable the type of secondary programming file that you want to generate. Generic Flash Programmer supports only JTAG Indirect Configuration File (.jic). The available options include:
  • JTAG Indirect Configuration File (.jic)
  • Programmer Object File (.pof)
  • Raw Binary File for CvP Core Configuration (.rbf)
  • Raw Binary File for HPS Core Configuration (.rbf)
  • Raw Binary File for Partial Reconfiguration (.rbf)
  • Raw Programming Data File (.rpd)

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