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Adept I/o Expansion On Atlys


I'm trying to use Adept I/O Expansion on an Atlys board.

I'm following the Adept Software Advanced tutorial (substituting AtlysGeneral.ucf)

and all seems well until I attempt to start the I/O connection in the Adept I/O Ex tab.


Preparing to program XC6SLX45...
Verifying programming of device...
Programming Successful.
Warning:  I/O Ex Status register not implemented.



I'm nost sure where the I/O Ex status register is being called from. Has anyone gotten the extended I/O to work on Atlys?

Any clue what I'm missing if I followed the tutorial as it is?



Thanks Much,

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Most probably the EppWr signal is not right in your ucf file. This should be:

 NET "EppWr"     LOC = "C15"; # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L64P_SCP5,   Sch name = U1-FLAGC
The full list of EPP USB signals for Atlys is the following:
 NET "EppAstb"   LOC = "B9";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L35P_GCLK17, Sch name = U1-FLAGA
 NET "EppDstb"   LOC = "A9";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L35N_GCLK16, Sch name = U1-FLAGB
 NET "EppWr"     LOC = "C15"; # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L64P_SCP5, Sch name = U1-FLAGC
 NET "EppWait"   LOC = "F13"; # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L63P_SCP7, Sch name = U1-SLRD
 NET "EppDB<0>"  LOC = "A2";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L2N, Sch name = U1-FD0
 NET "EppDB<1>"  LOC = "D6";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L3P, Sch name = U1-FD1
 NET "EppDB<2>"  LOC = "C6";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L3N, Sch name = U1-FD2
 NET "EppDB<3>"  LOC = "B3";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L4P, Sch name = U1-FD3
 NET "EppDB<4>"  LOC = "A3";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L4N, Sch name = U1-FD4
 NET "EppDB<5>"  LOC = "B4";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L5P, Sch name = U1-FD5
 NET "EppDB<6>"  LOC = "A4";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L5N, Sch name = U1-FD6
 NET "EppDB<7>"  LOC = "C5";  # Bank = 0, Pin name = IO_L6P, Sch name = U1-FD7

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