- Select the impl_1 design run.
- In the Options tab of the Run Properties window, change the Strategy to Performance_Explore.
A pop-up dialog will alert you to the fact that impl_1 will be forced out of date if you proceed.Figure 1. Modifying a Completed Run
- Click Yes.
Multiple runs are now marked out-of-date: impl_1 and both child runs that depend on it. The resulting files still exist in their respective folders, but will be deleted as soon as the parent run is launched. The impl_greybox design run, on the other hand, remains completed as it does not depend on impl_1 as a parent.
Note that the Strategy option for each of the child runs remains at Vivado Implementation Defaults; child runs do not inherit options from the parent run. However, any strategy or option in child runs will only have an effect on the Reconfigurable Module implementation, as the static design is already routed and locked.Figure 2. Design Runs Reset After Parent Modification
- In the Flow Navigator click Run Implementation.
A dialog will appear to confirm if you want to reset runs before continuing. Because the stale step is the first step in the parent run, the first options completely reset both parent and all child runs to the beginning of implementation. Click either Reset and Re-run or Run from Step: phys_opt_design to continue.Figure 3. Reset and Re-Run
This implements all three runs. First, the parent impl_1 run will complete, then the two child runs will run in parallel.
The Vivado IDE tracks dependencies between design runs. This is a critical feature for Dynamic Function eXchange given the interdependencies of configurations. If any aspect of the parent configuration or implementation results are modified, it and all children must be recompiled.