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AR# 60458

Vivado HLS 2014.1 SystemC: ap_mem_port & AXI4M_bus_port cannot be used together


I have the following in my header file:
#include "AXI4_if.h"
#include "ap_mem_if.h"

sc_in <bool>  clock;
sc_in <bool>  reset;
sc_in <bool>  button;
sc_out<bool>  led;
ap_mem_port<sc_int<32>, int, 8192> data_array;
sc_in<bool> should_be_zero;  
sc_in<unsigned int>  trigger;
sc_in<unsigned int>  address;
sc_in<unsigned int>  size;
AXI4M_bus_port<sc_int<32> > bus_if;

I am receiving the error below:

C:/Xilinx/Vivado_HLS/2013.4/common/technology/autopilot/ap_sysc\ap_mem_if.h:35:39: error: expected a qualified name after 'typename'
template<typename data_type, typename unsigned, int t_size, ap_mem_port_type portType=RAM1P>

This happens because in hls_bus_if.h (AXI4M_bus_port) #define addr_type unsigned is used.
The same addr_type is used used for ap_mem_port in ap_mem_if.h .

template<typename data_type, typename addr_type, int t_size, ap_mem_port_type portType=RAM1P>
class ap_mem_port : public sc_port<ap_mem_if<data_type, addr_type, t_size, portType> >


This issue is resolved in the Vivado HLS 2014.3 release.


To work around this issue, you can define and undefine addr_type in the top SystemC header as below:

#define addr_type unsigned
#include "AXI4_if.h"
#undef addr_type
#include "ap_mem_if.h"
AR# 60458
Date 10/08/2014
Status Active
Type Known Issues
  • Vivado Design Suite - 2014.1
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