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Getting Started with Targeting Xilinx Zynq Platform

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Hi,
I get the following error at : 3. Generate the IP Core.
Failed Task "Vivado IP Packager" unsuccessful. See log for details. Generated logfile: hdl_prj\hdlsrc\hdlcoder_led_blinking\workflow_task_VivadoIPPackager.log
Error using hdlturnkey.ip.IPEmitterVivado/packageVivadoIP
Task "Vivado IP Packager" unsuccessful. See log for details.
Generated logfile: hdl_prj\hdlsrc\hdlcoder_led_blinking\workflow_task_VivadoIPPackager.log
Error in hdlturnkey.ip.IPEmitterVivado/generateIPCore
Error in hdlturnkey.ip.IPDriver/generateIPCore
Error in hdlturnkey.TurnkeyDriver/makehdlturnkeycore
Error in hdlturnkey.TurnkeyDriver/makehdlturnkey
Error in slhdlcoder.HDLCoder/makehdlturnkey
Error in downstream.DownstreamIntegrationDriver/runIPCoreCodeGen
Error in generateIPCore
Error in Simulink.ModelAdvisor/executeCheckCallbackFct
Error in Simulink.ModelAdvisor/run
Error in Simulink.ModelAdvisor/runCheck
Error in ModelAdvisor.Node/runTaskAdvisor
Error in ModelAdvisor.Node.runtohere>runToBreakpoint
Error in ModelAdvisor.Node.runtohere
I am using Vivado 2018.2.
Accordingly, I set up the Xilinx Vivado synthesis tool path using the following command:
hdlsetuptoolpath('ToolName', 'Xilinx Vivado', 'ToolPath', 'C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2018.2\bin\vivado.bat');
Upon typing h = zynq in the command window I get:
h = zynq
h =
LinuxShell with properties:
IPAddress: '169.254.0.2'
Username: 'root'
Port: 22
Any help is much appreciated!
Thanks,
Vishnu
P.S.: Some additional images and dialogues are given in the comments below

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Vishnu Narayan Vipin
Vishnu Narayan Vipin on 18 Nov 2020
Edited: Vishnu Narayan Vipin on 18 Nov 2020
Dear Team,
I had a meeting with J T Ferrara and Hoda Sharifi. J T suggested I try to invoke vivado from the command terminal. When I tried :
cd C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2018.2\bin
followed by the command
vivado&
vivado did not launch and there was an error message with code 0xc00000020.
Then, when we opened the file location of Vivado shortcut icon on desktop and tried to cd to the same directory.
J T noticed that the working Vivado installation was in a different folder.
Basically all the files including vivado.bat was present at two places - one in the folder "Xyl" and the other in "Xilinx" and the working one with the license was in "Xyl".
See command window output below:
Accordingly, we changed the matlab hdlsetuppath command to :
hdlsetuptoolpath('ToolName', 'Xilinx Vivado', 'ToolPath', 'C:\Xyl\Vivado\2018.2\bin\vivado.bat');
Now the IP core was successfully generated.
Thank you for all the help!
Sincerely,
Vishnu

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Kiran Kintali
Kiran Kintali on 16 Nov 2020
The error essage seems to indicate this is an issue with Xilinx Vivado installation?
Task "Vivado IP Packager" unsuccessful. See log for details.
Generated logfile: hdl_prj\hdlsrc\hdlcoder_led_blinking\workflow_task_VivadoIPPackager.log
What does the error log say?
Thanks

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Vishnu Narayan Vipin
Vishnu Narayan Vipin on 16 Nov 2020
Vivado on its own works fine for me since I am able to run algorithms on an FPGA with it.
Vishnu Narayan Vipin
Vishnu Narayan Vipin on 16 Nov 2020
I tried generating the IP core and the HDL code in a separate folder as shown below:

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Kiran Kintali
Kiran Kintali on 17 Nov 2020
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Hi Kiran,
I think I might know the issue. In one of the images, I can see the Tool Version text box is empty. If the hdlsetuptoolpath command is run successful before invoking the HDLWA, then the GUI should have been updated with “2018.2” version of Vivado.
Can you try to run the hdlsetuptoolpath and then invoke the tool and ensure the tool version is updated correctly in the “tool Version” text box in the “Set Target Device and Synthesis Tool “ tab ?
The example is passing at my end when I use Vivado 2018.2.
Regards,
Vighnesh

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Vighnesh Kamath
Vighnesh Kamath on 18 Nov 2020
Hi Vishnu,
Here is an update to the failing project "hdl_prj.zip" that you have shared with us.
I tried a couple of debug steps and the project is working as expected at my end.
Here is another something which I would request you to do it at your end.
  1. Unzip hdl_prj.zip ( the same zip file which you have shared with us )
  2. Invoke matlab and migrate to hdl_prj\hdl_prj\ipcore\led_count_ip_v1_0\prj_ip
  3. Here you will see vivado_ip_packge.tcl file which is used to create the ipcore.
  4. Now run the following set of MATLAB commands while you are in prj_ip directory.
>> scriptName = fullfile(pwd, 'vivado_ip_package.tcl');
>> cmdstring = ['vivado -mode batch -source ' scriptName] ;
>> [status, logTxt] = system(cmdString);
After completion please share the logTxt variable which will be generated in the Workspace.
Let me know if you find any issues when running the above steps.
Regards,
Vighnesh
Vishnu Narayan Vipin
Vishnu Narayan Vipin on 18 Nov 2020
Hi Vighnesh,
I ran the commands you mentioned as shown below:
logTxt (attached) seems to be empty.

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