Building the Design: Hardware Emulation - 2022.2 English

Vitis Tutorials: AI Engine Development

Document ID
XD100
Release Date
2022-12-01
Version
2022.2 English

For hardware emulation, the –-package command adds the PDI and EMULATION_DATA sections to the XCLBIN file and outputs a new XCLBIN file (a.xclbin):

make package

or

make package TARGET=hw_emu MAIN=main_partial

or

v++ -p                                                                                           \
    -t hw_emu                                                                                    \
    -f ../Module_01_Custom_Platform/build/output/vck190_v1_0/export/vck190_v1_0/vck190_v1_0.xpfm \
    --package.out_dir build/hw_emu_main_partial/hw_emu_main_partial.package                      \
    --package.domain aiengine                                                                    \
    --package.boot_mode=sd                                                                       \
    --package.image_format=fat32                                                                 \
    --package.ps_elf ../Module_05_Baremetal_Host_Application/build/main_partial_ps.elf,a72-0     \
    ../Module_04_AI_Engine_and_PL_Integration/build/rev1/hw_emu/beamforming.rev1.hw_emu.xclbin   \
    ../Module_02_AI_Engine_Design/build/libadf.a                                                     

Notice the absence of the -D__PS_ENABLE_AIE__ (Module 05) and –package.defer_aie_run options (Module 06). This bare-metal application is loaded and launched at boot time and these options are not required. In Modules 08 and 09, you will compile the Linux host application and package; these options will be required at this point because the Linux host application launches and controls the graph.