common::report_property - 2021.2 English

Vitis Unified Software Platform Documentation: Embedded Software Development (UG1400)

Document ID
UG1400
ft:locale
English (United States)
Release Date
2021-12-15
Version
2021.2 English

Description

Report properties of object.

Syntax

report_property [-all] [-class <arg>] [-return_string] [-file <arg>] [-append] [-regexp] [-quiet] [-verbose] [<object>] [<pattern>] 

Returns

Property report.

Usage

Name Description
[-all] Report all properties of object even if not set
[-class] Object type to query for properties. Not valid with <object>
[-return_string] Set the result of running report_property in the Tcl interpreter's result variable
[-file] Filename to output result to. Send output to console if -file is not used
[-append] Append the results to file; do not overwrite the results file
[-regexp] Pattern is treated as a regular expression
[-quiet] Ignore command errors
[-verbose] Suspend message limits during command execution
[<object>] Object to query for properties
[<pattern>] Pattern to match properties against Default: *

Categories

Object, PropertyAndParameter, Report

Description

Gets the property name, property type, and property value for all of the properties on a specified object, or class of objects.

Note: list_property also returns a list of all properties on an object, but does not include the property type or value.
You can specify objects for report_property using the get_* series of commands to get a specific object. You can use the lindex command to return a specific object from a list of objects:
    report_property [lindex [get_cells] 0]

However, if you are looking for the properties on a class of objects, you should use the -class option instead of an actual object.

This command returns a report of properties on the object, or returns an error if it fails.

Arguments

-all> - (optional) Return all of the properties for an object, even if the property value is not currently defined.

-class <arg>- (optional) Return the properties of the specified class instead of a specific object. The class argument is case sensitive, and most class names are lower case.
Note: -class cannot be used together with an <object>

-return_string- (optional) Directs the output to a Tcl string. The Tcl string can be captured by a variable definition and parsed or otherwise processed.

-file<arg>- (optional) Write the report into the specified file. The specified file will be overwritten if one already exists, unless -append is also specified.

Note: If the path is not specified as part of the file name, the file will be written into the current working directory, or the directory from which the tool was launched.

-append - (optional) Append the output of the command to the specified file rather than overwriting it.

Note: The -append option can only be used with the -file option.

-regexp- (optional) Specifies that the search <pattern> is written as a regular expression.

-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.
Note: Any errors encountered on the command line while launching the command are returned. Only errors occurring inside the command are trapped.
-verbose – (optional) Temporarily override any message limits and return all messages from this command.
Note: Message limits can be defined with the set_msg_config command.

<object> - (optional) A single object on which to report properties.

Note: If you specify multiple objects you will get an error.
<pattern> - (optional) Match the available properties on the <object> or -class against the specified search pattern. The <pattern> applies to the property name, and only properties matching the specified pattern will be reported. The default pattern is the wildcard `*` which returns a list of all properties on the specified object.
Note: The search pattern is case sensitive, and most properties are UPPER case.

Examples

The following example returns all properties of the specified object:

common::report_property -all [get_cells microblaze_0]

To determine which properties are available for the different design objects supported by the tool, you can use multiple report_property commands in sequence. The following example returns all properties of the specified current objects:

common::report_property -all [current_hw_design]
common::report_property -all [current_sw_design]