Problems with 64-bits lib

Hi,
I’ve just installed the Frontpanel 3.1 release in my new computer, running with windows7 64-bits. I rebuilt my firmware (that was working nicely with windows Vista and the old front panel) but I’m having big issues on synthetize my project. I changed the oklibrary and all the .ncg with the ones that I found on the Opal Kelly cr-rom and I found that:

  1. OkHostinterface has changed name in okHost
  2. OkWireIn doesn’t have anymore ok2 as port

also changing those things I’ve this error for all the 16bits of ok2

[COLOR=“red”]ERROR:Xst:528 - Multi-source in Unit on signal >; this signal is connected to multiple drivers.[/COLOR]

I commented out the declaration

wire [16:0] ok2;

at the beginning at the error has become

[COLOR=“red”]ERROR:Xst:528 - Multi-source in Unit on signal >; this signal is connected to multiple drivers.[/COLOR]

what am I doing wrong? thanks
Iolanda

p.s.: i’m using Xilinx ISE12.1

It looks like you downloaded the latest version but ignored this portion of the release notes:

[QUOTE]YOU MUST UPDATE YOUR HDL IF YOU UPGRADE TO THIS RELEASE!!! READ THIS URL:
http://wiki.opalkelly.com/frontpanel3p1deltas
http://wiki.opalkelly.com/frontpanel3p1deltas
http://wiki.opalkelly.com/frontpanel3p1deltas
http://wiki.opalkelly.com/frontpanel3p1deltas[/QUOTE]

thanks,
i didn’t set corretly the new block WIRE OR now is ok.
I have an other issue instead…i’m using python as API interface, i did the upgrade with the 2.6 release for windows-64bit and i’ve replaced the old libraries with the new ones. if i try to run a module i have this error

[COLOR=“red”]Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:\Users\Iolanda Fuduli\Documents_firmware\inclinometer_rev01\python_interface-64bit\inclinometer_rev01.py”, line 1, in
import ok
File “C:\Users\Iolanda Fuduli\Documents_firmware\inclinometer_rev01\python_interface-64bit\ok.py”, line 25, in
_ok = swig_import_helper()
File “C:\Users\Iolanda Fuduli\Documents_firmware\inclinometer_rev01\python_interface-64bit\ok.py”, line 17, in swig_import_helper
import _ok
ImportError: No module named _ok[/COLOR]

and i’ve this error with your samples as well…am i doing something wrong?
thanks

Looks like your Python install can’t find the ok libraries. Just copy them from the API directory of the FrontPanel installation.