Configure the active domain.
domain config [options]
Configure the properties of active domain.
-display-name <display name>
|Display name of the domain.
|Brief description of the domain.
|For domain with Linux as OS, use pre-built Linux images from this directory, while creating the PetaLinux project. This option is valid only for Linux domains.
|Generate a standard bif for the domain. Domain report shows the location of the generated bif. This option is valid only for Linux domains.
|List of repositories to be used to pick software components like drivers and libraries while generating this domain. Repository list should be a tcl list of software repository paths.
|Use mss from specified by
<mss-file>, instead of generating mss file for the domain.
|Add a README file for the domain, with boot instructions and so on.
|Additional include path which should be added while building the application created for this domain.
|Additional library search path which should be added to the linker settings of the application created for this domain.
|The Linux sysroot directory that should be added to the platform. This sysroot will be consumed during application build.
|Directory to generate components after Linux image build.
|Bif file used to create boot image for Linux boot.
|File with all PS QEMU args listed. This is used to start PS QEMU.
|File with all PMC QEMU args listed. This is used to start PMU QEMU.
|File with all pmcqemu args listed. This is used to start pmcqemu.
|Directory which has all the files listed in file-name provided as part of qemu-args and pmuqemu-args options.
Empty string, if the domain is configured successfully. Error string, if no domain is active or if the domain cannot be configured.
domain config -display-name zc702_MemoryTest
-desc "Memory test application for Zynq"
Configure display name and description for the active domain.
domain config -image "/home/user/linux_image/"
Create PetaLinux project from pre-built Linux image.
domain -inc-path /path/include/ -lib-path /path/lib/
Adds include and library search paths to the domain's application build settings.