126.96.36.199. Manually Creating Multiple .vqm Files With Black Boxes
The partition top contains the top-level block in the design (block A) and the logic that is not defined as part of another partition. In this example, the partition for top-level block A also includes the logic in one of its sub-blocks, block C. Because block F is contained in its own partition, it is not treated as part of the top‑level partition A. Another separate partition, partition B, contains the logic in blocks B, D, and E. In a team-based design, engineers can work independently on the logic in different partitions. One netlist is created for the top-level module A and its submodule C, another netlist is created for module B and its submodules D and E, while a third netlist is created for module F.
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