From what I understand the "bsdl dump" now takes the place of the bsdl2jtag application.
I am trying to convert several bsdl files to the native urjtag format using the bsdl dump command. Is there an easy way to capture the output of this to a file? In other words, I could just pipe the output to a file if I were calling bsdl2jtag, but I'm just wondering how to do this with the bsdl dump command.
I guess I can write a script that would contain the bsdl dump command for each file, and launch urjtag with this script and pipe its output to a file, but just wondering if there is an easier way to do this.
There's no better way at the moment unfortunately. A true replacement for bsdl2jtag is still pending.
There are some ideas how this could be achieved. E.g.
could be used to build a simple wrapper script.
Forgot to mention a possibility that's close to the -c option from the tracker item:
$ echo 'bsdl dump altera/ep1c12q240.bsd' | jtag > somefile
will run just this command and dump the output to somefile.
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