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Chris Nathman [Hardware]
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 ==== Code ==== ==== Code ====
-All software and firmware is available in [[https://github.com/​PalouseRobosub/​hydro-zynq|the ​GitHub ​repository]]. There are two primary directories,​ ''​%%hardware/​%%''​ and ''​%%software/​%%''​. The ''​%%hardware/​%%''​ folder contains all the Verilog and TCL files for interacting with Vivado. TCL scripts have been generated to rebuild the block design in [[https://​www.xilinx.com/​products/​design-tools/​vivado.html|Vivado]],​ and a ''​%%README.txt%%''​ file in ''​%%proj/​%%''​ describes how to use them. Additionally,​ the IO constraints file is provided for the current hardware.+All software and firmware is available in [[https://gitlab.com/​PalouseRobosub/Electrical/​hydro-zynq|the ​Gitlab ​repository]]. There are two primary directories,​ ''​%%hardware/​%%''​ and ''​%%software/​%%''​. The ''​%%hardware/​%%''​ folder contains all the Verilog and TCL files for interacting with Vivado. TCL scripts have been generated to rebuild the block design in [[https://​www.xilinx.com/​products/​design-tools/​vivado.html|Vivado]],​ and a ''​%%README.txt%%''​ file in ''​%%proj/​%%''​ describes how to use them. Additionally,​ the IO constraints file is provided for the current hardware.
  
 The software folder contains all C source code used in programming the HydroZynq. An ELF file can be created by using the ''​%%mk%%''​ script supplied with the source file name.  The software folder contains all C source code used in programming the HydroZynq. An ELF file can be created by using the ''​%%mk%%''​ script supplied with the source file name.