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Hi! The error you are seeing is because it doesn't seem like git is installed on your system, see the error message; make: git: Command not found On a side note, the instructions you are following are for getting set up as a SymbiFlow Developer, (IE you want to help do development on the toolchain) ...
While not officially supported, the Antmicro is working with the SymbiFlow project (in collaboration with the LiteX community) on precompiled Windows binaries for all the tools required. See https://bit.ly/edda-conda-eda-spec and https://github.com/litex-hub?q=litex-conda It should hopefully be read...
- Tue Jun 16, 2020 6:11 pm
- Forum: EOS-S3
- Topic: FPGA routing structure and other pnr questions
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On the comparison front, I believe there is plan to add QuickLogic support (both open source tooling and the old proprietary flow) to SymbiFlow fpga-tool-perf (https://github.com/SymbiFlow/fpga-tool-perf and https://j.mp/fpga-tool-perf-spec). Karol Gugala from Antmicro and the QuickLogic team will h...
- Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:55 pm
- Forum: SymbiFlow
- Topic: First impressions on FPGA toolchain
- Replies: 13
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The separate repo merge without conflicts with yosys master. I'm hoping that it will all be pushed to upstream soon. FYI There is a pull request open to get this stuff merged upstream at https://github.com/YosysHQ/yosys/pull/1816 which was opened in March. It would be useful to express support for ...