InTime

How to perform a quick test with a Makefile?

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Introduction:

When using InTime v3.2.0 and above in a Linux environment, there is a quick way to test InTime with Vivado in batch mode using the command make.

Example 1 (Test a node license)

[user@SERVER tools]$ cd <InTime installation directory>/scripts/tests
[user@SERVER tools]$ make MY_NODE_LIC=~/license.lic CUSTOM_SESSION_PATH=~/mytestnode TOOL_SCRIPT=/opt/Xilinx/2018.3/Vivado/2018.3/settings64.sh MY_ENV_VARS="LM_LICENSE_FILE=1234@192.168.1.2" test-node

Example 2 (Test a floating license with local target)

[user@SERVER tools]$ cd <InTime installation directory>/scripts/tests
[user@SERVER tools]$ make MY_INTIMESERVER_IP=192.168.1.3 CUSTOM_SESSION_PATH=~/mytestfloating TOOL_SCRIPT=/opt/Xilinx/2018.3/Vivado/2018.3/settings64.sh MY_ENV_VARS="LM_LICENSE_FILE=2101@192.168.1.2"

Example 3 (Test a floating license with private cloud target)

[user@SERVER tools]$ cd <InTime installation directory>/scripts/tests
[user@SERVER tools]$ make MY_INTIMESERVER_IP=192.168.1.3 CUSTOM_SESSION_PATH=~/mytestssh TOOL_SCRIPT=/opt/Xilinx/2018.3/Vivado/2018.3/settings64.sh MY_ENV_VAR="LM_LICENSE_FILE=2101@192.168.2.1" MY_TARGET=private_cloud test-private

Applies to:

  • Linux Operating System

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