1.7. Using Intel® FPGA IP Evaluation Mode in Teams ( Intel® Quartus® Prime Standard Edition)
The most flexible methodology for distributed work flows is for every designer to have a production license for all Intel® FPGA IP included in their portion of the design. However, you can use the Intel® Quartus® Prime Standard Edition incremental compilation feature to temporarily avoid the licensing requirement by following these steps on any machine with an Intel® Quartus® Prime Standard Edition license:
- Click OpenCore plus hardware evaluation.
, and disable Note: You cannot use incremental compilation to compile a portion of your design that contains licensed Intel® FPGA IP in evaluation mode, and then import that design as a pre-compiled module to another machine that has a production license for the IP.
- To compile the design, click .
- To export the compilation results as a design partition, click Intel® Quartus® Prime software generates an Intel® Quartus® Prime Exported Partition File (.qxp) in the project directory. . The
- To generate a full production, non-time-limited device programming file for the exported partition, you must import the partition to a project with access to a full production license for all licensed Intel® FPGA IP cores in the design. Click to import a design partition.
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