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The Power of Tcl in PlanAhead

In this episode of Chalk TalkHD Amelia chats with Tori Darien from Xilinx about using Tcl in Xilinx’s PlanAhead tool for FPGA design. Amelia throws Tori some examples, and Tori walks us through how to work them using PlanAhead’s Tcl interface.

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4 thoughts on “The Power of Tcl in PlanAhead”

  1. Hi,

    There is not a way to download the Chalk Talk locally. However, it will be hosted here for a minimum of one year, and you can stream it from here to any device including mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. It has both high- and low-bandwidth versions so you should be able to watch it from just about anywhere.

    It can also be viewed full-screen.


  2. Hi,

    there is a way to save locally the video as it is temporally stored in your computer while playing (same as Youtube videos). However I wouldn’t like to make the editors angry so I won’t post how to make it unless they give me permission.


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