You can open the V++ Compiler
Settings dialog box from a hardware kernel project
Settings dialog box. The V++ Kernel Compiler settings shows the
v++ command used during compilation, and any
additional options that must be passed when calling the
v++ command for the kernel compilation process. The
v++ command options can be symbols, include paths, or
miscellaneous valid options.
- Click Symbols under
Vitis compiler to define any
symbols that are passed with the
–Doption when calling the
- To add include paths to the Vitis compiler, select Includes and click the Add () button.
- Vitis specific settings, such as the Vitis compiler and linker flags, which are not part of the standard C/C++ tool chain, can be added as flags in the Miscellaneous section. For more information on the available compiler options, refer to Vitis Compiler Command.
You can open the V++ Linker
Settings dialog box from a
project Build Configuration
Settings dialog box. The V++
Linker Settings shows the
command used during linking, as well as any additional options to be passed when
v++ command for the kernel linking
Any additional options that need to be passed to the Vitis compiler can be added as flags in the Miscellaneous section. For more information, refer to Vitis Compiler Command for the available options in the linking process.