This guide gives numerous syntax and coding examples to assist you in inserting properties into your code. Problems can arise if you copy those examples directly from this PDF document into your code.
- The dash character, ‘-’, might be replaced with an en-dash or em-dash character when copying and pasting from the PDF into the Vivado tools Tcl Console, or into a Tcl script or XDC file.
- PDF documents insert end of line markers into examples that wrap from line to line. These markers will cause errors in your Tcl scripts or XDC files.
- Copying examples that span more than one page in the PDF captures extraneous header and footer information along with the example. This extraneous information causes errors in your Tcl scripts or XDC files.
To avoid these problems, edit the example in an ASCII text editor to remove any unnecessary markers or information, then paste it into your code, or the Vivado Design Suite Tcl shell or Tcl Console.