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Signed-off-by: Jaewon Lee <jaewon.lee@xilinx.com>
Signed-off-by: Manjukumar Matha <manjukumar.harthikote-matha@xilinx.com>
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README.md

meta-xilinx-tools

This layer provides support for using Xilinx tools on supported architectures MicroBlaze, Zynq and ZynqMP.

Maintainers, Mailing list, Patches

Please send any patches, pull requests, comments or questions for this layer to the meta-xilinx mailing list with ['meta-xilinx-tools'] in the subject:

meta-xilinx@lists.yoctoproject.org

Maintainers:

Manjukumar Harthikote Matha

Dependencies

This layer depends on: xsct

xsct-tarball class fetches the required xsct tool and installs it in the local sysroots of Yocto build. All the recipes which depend xsct or bootgen will use from sysroots. Please see the Xilinx EULA license file for xsct after extracting the tarball.

Each release is dependent on the Xilinx XSCT release version. Please note that xsct tools may not be backward compatible with embeddedsw repo. Meaning 2016.3 xsct tools might not work with older version on embeddedsw repo

Layer dependencies

URI: git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake

URI: git://git.openembedded.org/openembedded-core

URI: git://git.openembedded.org/meta-xilinx-bsp

Providing path to HDF

meta-xilinx-tools recipes depends on HDF to be provided.

HDF_BASE can be set to git:// or file://

HDF_PATH will be git repository or the path containing HDF

For example:

Set the following way to use HDF/DSA from local path

HDF_BASE = "file://"

HDF_PATH = "/< path-to-hdf >/system.hdf"

Adding dependencies to build BOOT.bin

This layer can be used via dependencies while creating the required Boot.bin.

Basically the goal to build FSBL or PMU etc will depend on the use-case and Boot.bin will indicate these dependencies. Boot.bin is created using bootgen tool from Xilinx. Please refer to help files of bootgen.

Executing bootgen -bif_help will provide some detailed help on BIF attributes.

BIF file is required for generating boot.bin, BIF is partitioned into Common BIF attributes and Partition BIF attributes. Attributes of BIF need to be specified in local.conf while using xilinx-bootbin recipe for generating boot.bin

Use IMAGE_INSTALL_append = " xilinx-bootbin" in local.conf

Examples for adding dependencies

  1. Example to include dependency for zc702-zynq7 board

See https://github.com/Xilinx/meta-xilinx-tools/blob/master/recipes-bsp/bootbin/machine-xilinx-zynq.inc

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR= "fsbl u-boot"

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR[fsbl]="bootloader"

BIF_PARTITION_IMAGE[fsbl]="${DEPLOY_DIR_IMAGE}/fsbl-${MACHINE}.elf"

BIF_PARTITION_DEPENDS[fsbl]="virtual/fsbl:do_deploy"

BIF_PARTITION_IMAGE[u-boot]="${DEPLOY_DIR_IMAGE}/u-boot-${MACHINE}.elf"

BIF_PARTITION_DEPENDS[u-boot]="virtual/bootloader:do_deploy"

  1. Example to include dependency for zcu102-zynqmp board

See https://github.com/Xilinx/meta-xilinx-tools/blob/master/recipes-bsp/bootbin/machine-xilinx-zynqmp.inc

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR= "fsbl pmu atf u-boot"

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR[fsbl]="bootloader, destination_cpu=a53-0"

BIF_PARTITION_IMAGE[fsbl]="${DEPLOY_DIR_IMAGE}/fsbl-${MACHINE}.elf"

BIF_PARTITION_DEPENDS[fsbl]="virtual/fsbl:do_deploy"

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR[pmu]="destination_cpu=pmu"

BIF_PARTITION_IMAGE[pmu]="${DEPLOY_DIR_IMAGE}/pmu-firmware-${MACHINE}.elf"

BIF_PARTITION_DEPENDS[pmu] ?= "virtual/pmu-firmware:do_deploy"

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR[atf]="destination_cpu=a53-0,exception_level=el-3,trustzone"

BIF_PARTITION_IMAGE[atf]="${DEPLOY_DIR_IMAGE}/arm-trusted-firmware-${TUNE_PKGARCH}.elf"

BIF_PARTITION_DEPENDS[atf]="arm-trusted-firmware:do_deploy"

BIF_PARTITION_ATTR[u-boot]="destination_cpu=a53-0,exception_level=el-2"

BIF_PARTITION_IMAGE[u-boot]="${DEPLOY_DIR_IMAGE}/u-boot-${MACHINE}.elf"

BIF_PARTITION_DEPENDS[u-boot]="virtual/bootloader:do_deploy"

Additional configurations using YAML

This layer provides additional configurations through YAML

  1. Example YAML based configuration for uart0 setting in PMU Firmware

YAML_SERIAL_CONSOLE_STDIN = "psu_uart_0"

YAML_SERIAL_CONSOLE_STDOUT = "psu_uart_0"

  1. Example YAML based configuration for device tree generation

YAML_MAIN_MEMORY_CONFIG = "psu_ddr_0"

YAML_CONSOLE_DEVICE_CONFIG = "psu_uart_0"

  1. YAML_DT_BOARD_FLAGS has board specific dtsi in DTG code base this can be enabled by using See https://github.com/Xilinx/device-tree-xlnx/tree/master/device_tree/data/kernel_dtsi/2018.1/BOARD

YAML_DT_BOARD_FLAGS = "{BOARD zcu102-rev1.0}"

Note only Xilinx eval boards have the dtsi in DTG, for custom board one needs to patch DTG to include the custom board dtsi and enable it using YAML configuration

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