05-13-2010 02:11 PM - edited 05-13-2010 02:14 PM
I think there's a bug in the XML generation. In the created XML, the <HDLName> within the <CLIPDeclaration> is always set as the name of the VHD file. It should however be set to the top-level entity name as chosen by the user in screen 1.
10-28-2010 01:42 PM
Is there such program/application that can generate XML from a folder? For example: I have a folder of photos, and I'm going to use those photos for my gallery which uses XML. My problem is too many photos to handle... is there any solution for this?
11-17-2011 09:24 AM
Hi...I have dowloaded the XML Generator (CXG) application from the site.I was trying to use it with a counter but after the first window, when I put the signal and their properties(type....) the windows goes in block and I can't do anything...only move the window...why?
Christian L wrote:
Please provide feedback, comments, and questions on A XML File Generator for LabVIEW FPGA CLIP in this thread.
(posted by Christian on behalf of David)
12-13-2011 06:48 AM
I have a question, things are very unclear yet for me in the labview FPGA and I am trying to understand some basic functionality.
The CXG is now embedded in the FPGA properties -> Complenent Level IP ??
I was running labview 8.6 and when I went to 2010 the Component Level IP was upgraded with many more properties and it can generate the XML file needed.
So, is this XML file the one I am going to use or should I also use the CXG?
Thanks a lot,
11-08-2012 08:57 AM
Should I be able to use this in combination with a programmatic build VI in order to dynamicaly update the CLIP node and recompile my FPGA bitfile? Assuming the I/O does not change, but only parameters inside of it, that is.
Basically I'm developing a VeriStand custom device that uses an FPGA. I want to not have the end-user need to open LabVIEW, only VeriStand. As they will not be changing the I/O of their HDL, only the logic inside of it.