run_state_hw_jtag - 2024.1 English

Vivado Design Suite Tcl Command Reference Guide (UG835)

Document ID
UG835
Release Date
2024-05-30
Version
2024.1 English

change to a stable state of a specified transition

Syntax

run_state_hw_jtag [‑state <args>] [‑quiet] [‑verbose] <stable_state>

Returns

Hardware JTAG

Usage

Name Description
[-state] valid state path sequence to stable_state
[-quiet] Ignore command errors
[-verbose] Suspend message limits during command execution
<stable_state> valid stable_state - valid stable states IDLE, RESET, IRPAUSE, and DRPAUSE

Categories

Hardware, Object

Description

Transition the hw_jtag object of the current hardware target to the specified TAP stable state.

A hw_jtag object is created by the Hardware Manager feature of the Vivado™ Design Suite when a hardware target is opened in JTAG mode using the open_hw_target -jtag_mode command.

The run_state_hw_jtag command specifies:

  • An ending or target TAP stable state to transition to.
  • An optional state path list to transition through to get from the current state to the target state.

If an optional -state path list is defined, then the state list must contain all states needed to reach the stable state, or the command will return an error. If no state path list is defined, then the command will transition from the current state to the target state according to the state transition paths defined in the following table:

Current     Target      State Transition Path
State       State
DRPAUSE     RESET       DRPAUSE -> DREXIT2 -> DRUPDATE -> DRSELECT ->
                            IRSELECT-> RESET
DRPAUSE     IDLE        DRPAUSE -> DREXIT2 -> DRUPDATE -> IDLE
DRPAUSE     DRPAUSE     DRPAUSE -> DREXIT2 -> DRUPDATE -> DRSELECT ->
                            DRCAPTURE -> DREXIT1 -> DRPAUSE
DRPAUSE     IRPAUSE     DRPAUSE -> DREXIT2 -> DRUPDATE -> DRSELECT ->
                            IRSELECT -> IRCAPTURE -> IREXIT12 -> IRPAUSE
IDLE        RESET       IDLE -> DRSELECT -> IRSELECT -> RESET
IDLE        IDLE        IDLE
IDLE        DRPAUSE     IDLE -> DRSELECT -> DRCAPTURE -> DREXIT1 -> DRPAUSE
IDLE        IRPAUSE     IDLE -> DRPAUSE -> IRSELECT ->IRCAPTURE ->
                            IREXIT1 -> IRPAUSE
IRPAUSE     RESET       IRPAUSE -> IREXIT2 -> IRUPDATE -> DRSELECT ->
                            IRSELECT -> RESET
IRPAUSE     IDLE        IRPAUSE -> IREXIT2 -> IRUPDATE -> IDLE
IRPAUSE     DRPAUSE     IRPAUSE -> IREXIT2 -> IRUPDATE -> DRSELECT ->
                            DRCAPTURE -> DREXIT1 -> DRPAUSE
IRPAUSE     IRPAUSE     IRPAUSE -> IREXIT2 -> IRUPDATE -> DRSELECT ->
                            IRSELECT -> IRCAPTURE -> IREXIT1 -> IRPAUSE
RESET       RESET       RESET
RESET       IDLE        RESET -> IDLE
RESET       DRPAUSE     RESET -> IDLE -> DRSELECT -> DRCAPTURE ->
                            DREXIT1 -> DRPAUSE
RESET       IRPAUSE     RESET -> IDLE -> DRSELECT -> IRSELECT ->
                            IRCAPTURE -> IREXIT1 -> IRPAUSE

This command returns the target stable state when successful, or returns an error if it fails.

Arguments

-state <args> - (Optional) A valid path sequence of states to transition the hw_jtag object from the current state to the target <stable_state>. Valid states include:

  • IDLE
  • RESET
  • DRSELECT, DRCAPTURE, DRSHIFT, DRPAUSE, DREXIT1, DREXIT2, DRUPDATE
  • IRSELECT, IRCAPTURE, IRSHIFT, IRPAUSE, IREXIT1, IREXIT2, IRUPDATE
-quiet - (Optional) Execute the command quietly, returning no messages from the command. The command also returns TCL_OK regardless of any errors encountered during execution.
Note: Any errors encountered on the command-line, while launching the command, will be returned. Only errors occurring inside the command will be trapped.
-verbose - (Optional) Temporarily override any message limits and return all messages from this command.
Note: Message limits can be defined with the set_msg_config command.

<stable_state> - (Required) Valid stable target state, or end state. Valid target states include:

  • IDLE
  • RESET
  • DRPAUSE
  • IRPAUSE

Example

The following example transitions through various TAP stable states:

// Go to state RESET
run_state_hw_jtag RESET
// From current state RESET, go to DRPAUSE
run_state_hw_jtag DRPAUSE
// From DRPAUSE, go to IDLE state transitioning through
// the specified states
run_state_hw_jtag -state {DREXIT2 DRUPDATE IDLE} IDLE
// From IDLE, go to RESET, through the specified states
// note that specified path starts with an extra TCK
// clock cycle in the IDLE state
run_state_hw_jtag RESET -state {IDLE DRSELECT IRSELECT RESET}