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  1. Hi I am currently working on a project in Vivado 2017 using the external mux. I have more of a general question concerning the constraints file (.xdc). How does one go about creating their own xdc file? Normally, do you start with the full zedboard constraints file and comment things in yourself or can Vivado create one for you? Also is there a place I can look that explains the complete constraints file for the Zynq 7000 and when to use them? Thanks Sam
  2. Mehdim

    how to define constraint

    Hello guys; Can anyone help me how to assign a port to specific pin in Vivado? I am using custom port on AX_GPIO module and I want to add it to one of PMOD connectors; I am using this command to connect it to V12 set_property -dict { PACKAGE_PIN V12 IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 } [get_ports { gpio2_io_o }]; it works fine, but if I want to assign a vector port to some pins(for example gpio2_io_o[7:0] ) what should I do to define constraint?