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Xilinx Compilers and Windows 10


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Has anyone tested, or found any information (or heard any rumors) with regard to compatibility of the current LabVIEW FPGA (Xilinx) compilers with Windows 10? I am guessing it is the same issues as with Windows 8 (not compatible), but I thought I would ask  :)

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At NI Week I asked about this and they said the only compiler supported is the newest ones.  I believe they said Vivado.

 

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/02EBA6105D04A1E686257D4E00144C92

 

That being said if you have an active SSP you don't need to compile your FPGA yourself anymore.  NI now includes the free cloud compile for up to 5 simultaneous compilations.

 

https://users.niwsc.com/compilecloud/#/

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My understanding is that the latest version of the Xilinx Vivado compiler is supported by Windows 8 (and I assume 10). I think the problem is NI isn't using the latest Vivado compiler that Xilinx has available. The cloud compile is not an option for my use cases; lack of internet connectivity being a big one.

 

Thanks for the update, smithd.

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