Write the Memory Map Info of the design to a .mmi file.
write_mem_info [‑cell <arg>] [‑no_partial_mmi] [‑force_detect_xpm] [‑force]
[‑quiet] [‑verbose] <file>
The name of the .mmi file.
|Create only partial .mmi for named cell
|Do not write partial bit files for a Dynamic Function eXchange design
|Traverse netlist and check for XPM
|Overwrite existing mem info xml file
|Ignore command errors
|Suspend message limits during command execution
|Design mem info file Values: A filename with alphanumeric characters and .mmi extension.
This command writes a memory information (MMI) file defining the Block RAM placement and address ranges to create a memory map of the design.
write_mem_info requires an open implemented design so that the memory information includes the Block RAM placement data, as well as the address ranges, required for proper programming.
The memory map information (MMI) file, written by the
write_mem_info command, is a text file that describes how individual Block RAMs on the Xilinx® device are grouped together to form a contiguous address space called an Address Block.
The mem info file (MMI) contains memory mapping information similar to the Block Memory Map (BMM) file, but in a format that can be read by the
updatemem command to merge with a bitstream (BIT) file. The
updatemem command uses the MMI file to identify the physical Block RAM resource that maps to a specific address range. Refer to the Vivado Design Suite User Guide: Embedded Processor Hardware Design (UG898) for more information on running
This command returns the name of the file created, or returns an error if it fails.
-force - (Optional) Overwrite an existing memory info file if one exists. If this option is not specified, then the Vivado® Design Suite will not overwrite an existing file.
-quiet - (Optional) Execute the command quietly, returning no messages from the command. The command also returns TCL_OK regardless of any errors encountered during execution.
-verbose - (Optional) Temporarily override any message limits and return all messages from this command.
<file> - (Required) Specify the name of the memory info file to write. The file can include the path and file extension. The default file extension of .mmi is used if an extension is not specified.