Setting FSBL Compilation Flags - 2020.2 English

Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Software Developer Guide (UG1137)

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You can set compilation flags using the C/C++ settings in the Vitis FSBL project, as shown in the following figure:

Note: There is no need to change any of the FSBL source files or header files to include these flags.
Figure 1. FSBL Debug Flags

The following table lists the FSBL compilation flags.

Table 1. FSBL Compilation Flags
Flag Description
FSBL_DEBUG Prints basic information and error prints, if any.
FSBL_DEBUG_INFO Enables debug information in addition to the basic information.
FSBL_DEBUG_DETAILED Prints information with all data exchanged.
FSBL_NAND_EXCLUDE Excludes NAND support code.
FSBL_QSPI_EXCLUDE Excludes QSPI support code.
FSBL_SD_EXCLUDE Excludes SD support code.
SBL_SECURE_EXCLUDE Excludes authentication code and encryption code but not checksum code.
FSBL_BS_EXCLUDE Excludes bitstream code.
FSBL_WDT_EXCLUDE Excludes WDT support code.

This is set to 1 by default.

Set this value to 0 to enable USB boot mode.

FSBL_FORCE_ENC_EXCLUDE_VAL Excludes forcing encryption of all partitions when ENC_ONLY fuse is programmed. By default, this is set to 0.

FSBL forces to enable encryption for all the partitions when ENC_ONLY is programmed.

See I’m unable to build FSBL due to size issues, how can I reduce its footprint section in FSBL wiki page for more information.

Enabling Debug Prints

See FSBL wiki page for more information on debugging FSBL.