If the resource utilization of a design is already high, a high percentage of InTime results may report insufficient resources such as “Can’t fit design in device” or ”... requires X <resource> to implement the design, but the device contains only Y.”
To overcome this, let InTime use the original synthesis settings for a couple of jobs to get more data first, by carrying out the following steps.
- Click on “Settings Filter”
- Under “Synthesis”, select all the settings and add them to the “Blacklist”. Click “Apply” and then close the dialog box.
The next time InTime runs a Recipe, the synthesis settings will remain the same.
For more information about how to use setting filters, please refer to http://www.plunify.com/docs/intime/setting_filters.html
- Linux Operating System
- Windows Operating System
Knowledge Base ID: 4006 - Last Review: Jul 4, 2015 - Revision: 1.0