Article ID: 000080818 Content Type: Troubleshooting Last Reviewed: 12/13/2018

Why the JAM files generated after compilation are not Real-Time ISP ready?

Environment

  • Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition
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    Description

    The Real-Time ISP compatible JAM file generation feature is not currently supported as part of the Intel® Quartus® Prime software compilation flow.

    Resolution


    To automatically generate a JAM file compatible with the Real-Time ISP feature as part of the Intel® Quartus® Prime software compilation flow, the Automatic Script Execution feature can be used. Follow the next steps to enable the generation of a Real-Time ISP compatible JAM file after the compilation process:

    1. Create a TCL script on your project folder with the following line:

    qexec "quartus_cpf -c <output folder for project results>/<generated pof file> <jam file> -o background_programming=on"

    2. Add the following line to your project QSF file:

    set_global_assignment -name POST_FLOW_SCRIPT_FILE "quartus_sh:<tcl script>"

    To verify that the process was successful, open the generated JAM file and look for the following keyword: DO_REAL_TIME_ISP. If this keyword is part of the generated JAM file, then the JAM file is Real-Time ISP ready.

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