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Old 04-11-2006, 02:10 AM
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Default reading vhdl files

hi

i am working on mp3 decoder in vhdl. i need to read the bitstream and
decode it. the bitstream is in a file so i used the commands for file
reading. but i found that quartus doesn't support the read, readin,
write, writein commands, i.e textio is not supported. what should i do
now to read that bitstream..plz suggest.

regards
shikha

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Old 04-11-2006, 04:53 PM
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> hi
>
> i am working on mp3 decoder in vhdl. i need to read the bitstream and
> decode it. the bitstream is in a file so i used the commands for file
> reading. but i found that quartus doesn't support the read, readin,
> write, writein commands, i.e textio is not supported. what should i do
> now to read that bitstream..plz suggest.
>
> regards
> shikha


If your intent is synthesis, where do you expect your file to reside? You
don't have a windows formatted hard disk on your FPGA so how does the
bitstream get stored for your purposes?


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