- 2.8.2. Running the Intel® Quartus® Prime Software Manually Using the Precision Synthesis‑Generated Tcl Script
- 184.108.40.206. Creating a Single Intel® Quartus® Prime Project for a Standard Incremental Compilation Flow
220.127.116.11. Creating a Intel® Quartus® Prime Project for Compile Points and Multiple .vqm Files
Depending on your design methodology, you can create one Intel® Quartus® Prime project for all netlists or a separate Intel® Quartus® Prime project for each netlist. In the standard incremental compilation design flow, you create design partition assignments and optional LogicLock™ floorplan location assignments for each partition in the design within a single Intel® Quartus® Prime project. This methodology allows for the best quality of results and performance preservation during incremental changes to your design.
You might require a bottom-up design flow if each partition must be optimized separately, such as for third-party IP delivery. If you use this flow, Intel recommends you create a design floorplan to avoid placement conflicts between each partition. To follow this design flow in the Intel® Quartus® Prime software, create separate Intel® Quartus® Prime projects, export each design partition and incorporate them into a top‑level design using the incremental compilation features to maintain placement results.
Creating a Single Intel Quartus Prime Project for a Standard Incremental Compilation Flow
Creating Multiple Intel Quartus Prime Projects for a Bottom-Up Incremental Compilation Flow
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