Failed To Load Pli Object File
Description You may receive the following error messages when you use the ModelSim®-Altera® software version 6.1d or newer to open a ModelSim project created in versions 6.0e or older: # ** Error: vsim -c -L work -t 10ps work.dut \-pli jtag_vpi.vpi -pli elf-loader.vpijtag_vpi is OK. myAltera My Altera Home Logout Products Solutions Support About Buy FPGAs Stratix 10 Stratix V Arria 10 Arria V Cyclone V MAX 10 All FPGAs SoCs Stratix 10 Arria 10 Arria We are unable to accept your feedback at this time. http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/simplexml-load-file-i-o-warning-failed-to-load-external-entity-php.html
stuarthodgson referenced this issue Aug 14, 2014 Closed Cleanup warnings #148 SnookEE commented Aug 18, 2014 I was able to get this to work using your Win fork with Modelsim SE then VPI should now be present under Questa. Simply run the makefile in the endian_swapper/tests dir. Collaborator stuarthodgson commented Feb 26, 2015 The dependencies should be linux-vdso.so.1 => (0x00007fffeabfe000) libpython2.7.so.1.0 => /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpython2.7.so.1.0 (0x00007f2763b7e000) libgpilog.so => not found libcocotbutils.so => not found libc.so.6 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6 (0x00007f27637b7000) libpthread.so.0 =>
A few notes: When using the latest version, you can skip running the makefile from the lib dir. This should then also build the libs automatically. $export SIM_ROOT=~/cocotb_win $cd ../examples/endian_swapper/tests $make clean $make SIM=modelsim $vsim -c -do runsim.do ModelSim (DE) indeed does not come with a gcc distribution. Reload to refresh your session. Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing « Previous
Then I start QuestaSim loading those two vpi. Region: / // ModelSim DE 10.2c Jul 18 2013 This error is confusing since a file listing operation from within ModelSim clearly shows the DLL exists. Just one tiny mod, -m32 was also required for line 18. 16 jp-io-vpi.so: $(SRCDIR)jp-io-vpi.c Makefile 17 $(CC) -m32 -fPIC -c -I$(MODEL)/include $(SRCDIR)jp-io-vpi.c -o jp-io-vpi.o 18 $(CC) -m32 -shared -Bsymbolic -o jp-io-vpi.so Thank you, Raghu I ran into the following error when I try to simulate minsoc on modelsim on a 64 bit machine. # vsim +file_name=../../sw/uart/uart.hex +firmware_size=7968 -lib minsoc -pli ../../bench/verilog/vpi/jp-io-vpi.so minsoc_bench
But XSoC (http://pm.stu.cn.ua/wiki/10/Getting_started) and orpsocv2 have implemented a Wishbone wrapper to the Xilinx MIG interface. A few notes: When using the latest version, you can skip running the makefile from the lib dir. I did have to make 2 small changes to Makefile.inc: I swapped the ModelSim -specific CC definition for the generic MinGW since my version of ModelSim (DE) does not come with On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 3:45 PM, elgorwi [email protected] wrote: Good to hear that the libs are building now.
Hope this helps Contributor jmorarity commented Jul 23, 2014 @elgorwi Well, I almost got this to work. anchor I also get these Errors: # ** Error: (vsim-3193) Load of "./libxil_vsim.dll" failed: DLL dependent library not found.# ** Error: (vsim-PLI-3002) Failed to load PLI object file "./libxil_vsim.dll". Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 05-28-2012 09:35 AM Does anybody solve this problem? From the log it looks like the 'OS' environment variable is not set to Windows_NT.
This should then also build the libs automatically. $export SIM_ROOT=~/cocotb_win $cd ../examples/endian_swapper/tests $make clean $make SIM=modelsim $vsim -c -do runsim.do ModelSim (DE) indeed does not come with a gcc distribution. http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/failed-to-load-resource-file-ico00006-ico.html UPGRADE YOUR BROWSER We have detected your current browser version is not the latest one. What flags should I be adding in the Makefile to compile for 64 bit? Or install a 64-bit version of modelsim. -Change line 17 to: 16 jp-io-vpi.so: $(SRCDIR)jp-io-vpi.c Makefile 17 $(CC) -c -I$(MODEL)/modeltech/include $(SRCDIR)jp-io-vpi.c -o jp-io-vpi.o 18 $(CC) -shared -Bsymbolic -o jp-io-vpi.so jp-io-vpi.o -lc to:
It seems like "libxil_vsim.dll" is 32-bit and problem exist on 64-bit Win7 version only... I noticed that I have \python-2.7.6\libs in the PATH as well. This means that we not not have to link the embed lib against the gpi lib for this symbol b3f60b2 stuarthodgson added a commit that referenced this issue Dec http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/warning-simplexml-load-file-i-o-warning-failed-to-load-external-entity-joomla.html Even Altera's knowledge base had a page on something similar...
yahoogary Visitor Posts: 10 Registered: 01-23-2011 How to deal with missing "libxil_vsim.dll" when run simulation under the XPS? Only a clock division module... ?!? Is there an equivalent of LD_LIBRARY_PATH on windows?
We did do a fix that would take account of a sim using RTLD_NOW rather than RTLD_LAZY but if there is no dynamic lib on 2.4 then this will not help.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 3:20 PM, elgorwi [email protected] wrote: Currently, you'll definately need to run the makefile from cygwin, as the 'cygpath' function is used everywhere to convert between make results.xml make: Entering directory/home/Jonathan_Morarity/cocotb_win/examples/endian_swapper/tests' make -C /home/Jonathan_Morarity/cocotb_win/lib/gpi_log make: python-config: Command not found make: Entering directory /home/Jonathan_Morarity/cocotb_win/lib/gpi_log' gcc -Werror -Wcast-qual -Wcast-align -Wwrite-strings -Waggregate-return -Wstrict-prototypes -Wno-unused-parameter -fno-common -g -DDEBUG -fpic -m32 -DFILTER Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 65 Star 159 Fork 66 potentialventures/cocotb Code Issues 106 Pull requests 14 Projects So for the time being, I have set them permanently using the GUI under system -> advanced system settings.
If you're still having issues try downloading dependency walker from: http://www.dependencywalker.com Open libgpi.dll with this utility and maybe this will reveal something useful. — Reply to this email directly or view That should help. Since redhat 5 does not come with python3.5 how did you install it? http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/failed-to-load-nad27-83-correction-file.html This means that we not not have to link the embed lib against the gpi lib for this symbol">Issue Issue #144 … …hat
Changeset 5d85f65 doesn't have this issue. This mingw version comes with winpython 126.96.36.199. Fixes backwards linking with windows">: Do not call back down to Gpi on init failure, notify via … … …return code. Please upgrade to a Xilinx.com supported browser:Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11, Safari.
I'm not sure if this can be solved without using a cygwin python installation rather than a native windows python installation. Added after 1 minutes: delete the work folder or create new project with frsh files and just try.. + Post New Thread Please login « Six-Pin (FX2) Accessory Headres of Spartan-E gcc-4.2.1-mingw32vc9 needs to be donwloaded from the Mentor website separately. The 'python-config' script is indeed missing under windows, but this fine and handled by Makefile.pylib as long as the OS env var is set correctly.
Reload to refresh your session. As I noted previously, the 'python-config' script is missing from my Python environment. I'm not sure if this can be solved without using a cygwin python installation rather than a native windows python installation. There were a few fixes necessary because of windows pathing issue and the Makefile support of 64 bit windows.
Contributor jmorarity commented Jul 24, 2014 Ahah!