Parallel Compiling - 2023.2 English

Vitis Unified Software Platform Documentation: Application Acceleration Development (UG1393)

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The Vitis Unified IDE provides fast responses to actions. It employs non-blocking build commands to let you continue working and running multiple builds at the same time. If your system is sufficiently powerful, you can launch multiple actions. For example, you can launch build software emulation and hardware emulation at the same time. You can also launch debug software emulation when building hardware emulation is still running.

Note: If your server is not powerful enough, it's possible to see a lag and slow response from the new Vitis IDE if you launch multiple build or emulation jobs at the same time.

The application building job is also parallel if it refers to multiple components. When building the application, Vitis Unified IDE will launch building jobs for the referenced components in parallel.

The Parallel Build feature is disabled by default. You can enable it using the File > Preferences > Open Settings (UI) command and selecting the Vitis > Build > Parallel Build > Disable setting.