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Building HDL - Vivado showing hundreds of warnings, is this normal?

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Hi, i am trying to build the HDL reference design for fmcomms5 on zc702 you provide in your github repo. I am using windows and cygwin. While building with cygwin everything is fine, I do not get any errors, please see the screenshot:

I do exactly as you recommend in your online help: https://wiki.analog.com/resources/fpga/docs/build

Also the .xsa file is created in the .sdk folder so according to your site, the project build should be OK?

But when I open the "fmcomms5_zc702.xpr" file and Vivado starts, I receive 411 warnings, most of them related to: "IP Repository Path: Could not find the directory 'C:/cygwin64/home/Admin/adi/ghdl/library'." Please see the Warnings-file attached.

Also the TCL-Console shows this:

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Why /ghdl/library? I do not understand. I deleted everything and did the build again, but this error still remains, is this normal? Please help me. 

Thank you very much

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    •  Analog Employees 
    •  Super User 
    Mar 2, 2023 +1 verified

    Hello  ,

    Everything is ok if you have the system_top.xsa generated and you have no critical warnings and errors. 

    These warnings that you mentioned, you don't need to worry about. This is something…

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  • Hello  ,

    Everything is ok if you have the system_top.xsa generated and you have no critical warnings and errors. 

    These warnings that you mentioned, you don't need to worry about. This is something we're working on, to remove them from there.

    If other warnings will appear and are related to the files you'll modify, then you should analyze them a bit and see if they're relevant (most of the times they're suggestions of good practice, optimization, etc.).

    Best regards,
    Iulia

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  • Hello  ,

    Everything is ok if you have the system_top.xsa generated and you have no critical warnings and errors. 

    These warnings that you mentioned, you don't need to worry about. This is something we're working on, to remove them from there.

    If other warnings will appear and are related to the files you'll modify, then you should analyze them a bit and see if they're relevant (most of the times they're suggestions of good practice, optimization, etc.).

    Best regards,
    Iulia

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