problems using EMACS vhdl project

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by ferna_2008, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. ferna_2008

    ferna_2008 Guest

    Hello,
    I am FPGA engineer who uses emacs in windows for vhdl editing. I
    would like to use the project features but i got some problems with
    it.

    I created a .prj file, training3.prj
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Vhdl Project Alist: Hide Value
    INS DEL Project:
    Name : training3
    Title : Training with the emacs project structure
    Default directory: C:/00_WORKSPACE/0 .... 00_development/
    rtl/
    Sources :
    INS DEL ./
    INS DEL ../tb/
    INS
    Exclude regexp : ./aladin/*.*
    Compile options :
    INS
    Compile directory: ../sim/
    Library name : work
    Library directory: work-\1/
    Makefile name : Makefile-\1
    Description: (type `C-j' for newline)

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


    if I made some change im my directory ./ like adding some other files
    or directories I cant not update this in my emacs project. The
    speedbar always shows the same files of my project. Even if I delete
    all of them.

    The Exclude regexp is also no working

    The files of the directory ../tb/ are not in the directory


    Could you please, show me and example of a project who is working, and
    how to update it? and use properly the speedbar?


    The next problem will be to compile with emacs, I have tried but
    without success. I can only compile when the work folder is in the
    same directory as the source .vhd files. Could someone show my an
    example of a normal project with a lot of file directories which
    compilation with emacs is working.

    Thanks a lot
    ferna_2008, Sep 16, 2008
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  2. ferna_2008

    Aiken Guest

    right click your project name on the speed bar and find rescan your
    project

    On Sep 16, 4:56 am, ferna_2008 <>
    wrote:
    > Hello,
    >  I am FPGA engineer who uses emacs in windows for vhdl editing. I
    > would like to use the project features but i got some problems with
    > it.
    >
    > I created a .prj file, training3.prj
    > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    >
    > Vhdl Project Alist: Hide Value
    > INS DEL Project:
    >   Name             : training3
    >   Title            : Training with the emacs project structure
    >   Default directory: C:/00_WORKSPACE/0   ....         00_development/
    > rtl/
    >   Sources          :
    >     INS DEL      ./
    >     INS DEL      ../tb/
    >     INS
    >   Exclude regexp   : ./aladin/*.*
    >   Compile options  :
    >     INS
    >   Compile directory: ../sim/
    >   Library name     : work
    >   Library directory: work-\1/
    >   Makefile name    : Makefile-\1
    >   Description: (type `C-j' for newline)
    >
    > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    >
    > if I made some change im my directory ./ like adding some other files
    > or directories I cant not update this in my emacs project. The
    > speedbar always shows the same files of my project. Even if I delete
    > all of them.
    >
    > The Exclude regexp is also no working
    >
    > The files of the directory ../tb/ are not in the directory
    >
    > Could you please, show me and example of a project who is working, and
    > how to update it? and use properly the speedbar?
    >
    > The next problem will be to compile with emacs, I have tried but
    > without success. I can only compile when the work folder is in the
    > same directory as the source .vhd files. Could someone show my an
    > example of a normal project with a lot of file directories which
    > compilation with emacs is working.
    >
    > Thanks a lot
    Aiken, Sep 23, 2008
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