Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition User Guide: Debug Tools

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Date 7/08/2022
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2.9.2. Managing Multiple Signal Tap Configurations

You can debug different blocks in your design by grouping related monitoring signals. Similarly, you can use a group of signals to define multiple trigger conditions. Each combination of signals, capture settings, and trigger conditions determines a debug configuration, and one configuration can have zero or more associated data logs.

You can save each debug configuration as a different .stp file. Alternatively, you can embed multiple configurations within the same .stp file, and use the Data Log to view and manage each debug configuration.

Note: Each .stp pertains to a specific programming (.sof) file. To function correctly, the settings in the .stp file you use at runtime must match the Signal Tap specifications in the .sof file that you use to program the device.

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