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    Default Updata memory content in pof without recompiling

    The design is HDL+Nios,only change nios.
    When using NIos to generent a .hex file,I must recompile my whole design,such as fitting,mapping.This process cost me long time, I want to find a method.
    In the sopc,having a rom to store the hex,so how to updata the memory contents without recompiling the fpga pjt?

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    Default Re: Updata memory content in pof without recompiling

    After generating the hex file, launch "Update Memory Initialization Files" from Quartus Processing menu.
    Then you need to start again only the Assembler step, which is quite faster than the whole fpga recompilation.

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