Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Exercises/13_4/IntroToSDK/w2


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    27271. Three projects have now been populated in the "Projects" area of the import window. Make sure all of these are checked. Do not check "Copy projects into workspace" because these projects are already in the SDK_workspace folder. Click "Finish."
    28281. The three projects now appear in the "Project Explorer" on the left of the screen:
    29  * The "*_hw_platform" contains all of the necessary hardware-specific information for the project. This includes any custom FPGA cores that the project may have. This comes from the Xilinx Platform Studio (XPS) tool. Instructions for using this tool to generate hardware platform information for the SDK is available in the [wiki:Exercises/13_4/IntroToXPS/v2 Introduction to XPS (v2)] exercise.
     29 * The "*_hw_platform" contains all of the necessary hardware-specific information for the project. This includes any custom FPGA cores that the project may have. This comes from the Xilinx Platform Studio (XPS) tool. Instructions for using this tool to generate hardware platform information for the SDK is available in the [wiki:Exercises/13_4/IntroToXPS/w2 Introduction to XPS (w2)] exercise.
    3030 * The "*_bsp" is a "Board Support Package" and it contains the software drivers for the peripherals contained in the hardware platform.
    3131 * The "*_example" project is the top-level software project that you will modify to add a print of "Hello World" to the UART.
     
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    51 The purpose of this exercise was to take you through the whole process of writing software for an existing hardware project. In the [wiki:../SysGenExport/v2 System Generator Peripheral Export (v2)] exercise, you will develop a custom FPGA peripheral core and control it via custom software.
     51The purpose of this exercise was to take you through the whole process of writing software for an existing hardware project. In the [wiki:../SysGenExport System Generator Peripheral Export] exercise, you will develop a custom FPGA peripheral core and control it via custom software.
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    5353= Additional Questions and Feedback =