General Description: What does the "No single RPM to display" message in the Core Viewer window mean?
The Core Viewer utility in the 3.1i CORE Generator only displays RLOC'd logic in the graphical section of the Core Viewer display window if the RLOCs create a single RPM.
In situations where the logic is not RLOC'd, or more than one RPM is created in the implementation of the core, the resource utilization in terms of LUTs, slices, etc., is simply listed verbally in report format.
The lack of RLOC'd logic in an implemented core is due to one of two things:
- A failure to select "Create RPM" when generating the core; or
- Specific limitations of the core being generated (i.e., RLOCs may not be supported for the specific version of the core being generated).
To remove the message from view, simply click the "Dismiss" button.