After successful installation, the baseline IDE does not contain any resources like toolchains, example programs, and target bitfiles.
To use example projects such as Embedded Baremetal, Embedded Linux or LLVM examples, it is necessary to download and install the respective blueprints.
Select the icon in the toolbar to show a list of available blueprints:
- There are two instances of blueprints: Stable for normal usage and Development for development.
- The Current Version and Available Version columns show the current installed version and the newest available version from XploR Design.
- The Status column indicates whether a blueprint is installed.
To install the desired blueprint, check the box in the No. column and select Install. One or more blueprints can be installed at the same time.
If a blueprint has multiple available versions, you can select a specific version of that blueprint by simply double-clicking on it. A new dialog will be shown to display all available versions:
The Status column shows whether the blueprint is installed locally. User can uninstall a blueprint by checking the box in the No. column and selecting Uninstall. Similar to installing feature, one or more blueprints can be uninstalled at the same time.
If you do not wish to install the dependencies of specific blueprints, please select the checkbox labeled Don’t install Blueprint’s dependencies below the blueprints list.
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