I will show the code development with OmpSs@FPGA. It takes high level C/C++ code with directives, and it uses a docker container with the OmpSs installation under Eclipse CHE to automatically generate the CPU and FPGA binary and bitstream for the target board.
Generating FPGA bitstreams using Eclipse CHE
Objective of the presentation:
This presentation will show the way we use to generate FPGA bitstreams from high level C/C++ code with directive annotations. The resulting FPGA configuration can be then used on the selected target board, including Zedboard, or the Xilinx ZCU102 development board.
Attendee pre-requisites - If none, enter "N/A":
Basic knowledge of OpenMP parallel programming in C/C++