GALs and VHDL...

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Diego Moimas

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Il giorno domenica 1 settembre 2019 alle 18:12:53 UTC+2 silverdr ha scritto:
On 2018-06-13 03:02:50 +0000, abner...@ieee.org said:

On Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at 9:41:35 AM UTC-6, silverdr wrote:
So far I downloaded and installed the ispLEVER from Lattice, which is
still available and supports \"obsolete\" devices like GALs. The problem
is that when I try to do some synthesis using
ispLEVER/PureVHDL/Synplify/ project I get output like:

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Starting: \'C:\\ispLEVER_Classic2_0\\ispcpld\\bin\\Synpwrap.exe -e r512vhdl
-target ispGAL -pro \'


Copyright (c) 1991-2010 Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, All rights
reserved.
Version : 2.0.00.17.20.15

Done sucessfully with exit code 1.
Error output EDIF file c:/documents and settings/silverdr/my
documents/sources/vhdl/r512/r512vhdl.edi
Error executing Synplicity VHDL/Verilog HDL Synthesizer with code 2

Done: failed with exit code: 0002.
*******


I have the same problem... when I do Synthesize there appears the next error:
Error output EDIF file c:/isplever_classic2_0/examples/ESumRes.edi
Error executing Synplicity VHDL/Verilog HDL Synthesizer with code 2

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How did you fix it?
After spending indecent amount of time trying to troubleshoot the
problem, insrtalling, reinstalling, and exchanging emails with friendly
people from Lattice, I worked the issue around by running the software
in question in a Wine based Windows emulation. As strange as it may
sound, that was the best option for me but below is a summary of my
\"research\" on the subject:

- Windows XP Home SP2 (fresh install) – no luck
- Windows XP Pro SP3 (fresh install and available updates) – no luck
- Wine based Windows XP emulation – runs (sic!)
- Windows 10 Pro 64 bit installed from scratch in a virtual machine – runs
- Windows 10 Pro 32 bit installed from scratch in a virtual machine - runs

Looks like there\'s some kind of problem with \"native\" Windows XP support.

Hi,

after facing same problem, I got it working in XP by installing: .NET Framework 3.5SP1, .NET Framework 4.0, VCredist x86 from 2003 to 2012

Regards
D
 

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