rtel wrote on Friday, October 04, 2013:
Hmm, its a bit of a mystery then. I’m sure I would not have created the project from scratch myself, I just don’t have the knowledge to do that (being a software person) and I just use the device like a Cortex-M microcontroller.
I have opened up Libero, and the “recent projects” list is empty - just like it is a clean install. I have also searched my hard driver for Libero project files .prj. There are lots of files with a .prj extension (not a surprise on my machine with dozens of compilers installed), but none are related to Libero.
I have found a few tutorials though, and it is possible I created the hardware just by following those (I do have a vague recollection of that!). The document contains the following text:
“This document contains confidential proprietary information that is not to be disclosed
to any unauthorized person without prior written consent of Microsemi Corporation”
so I can’t post a link to it here, but I’m sure it was just downloaded from either Emcraft or MicroSemi. The file name is SF2_Cortex_M3_Tutorial.pdf, but its possible I changed that after it was downloaded. I also have a couple of zip files with Libero projects in them, again downloaded from one of those two websites. One is called SmartFusion2_Cortex_M3_DF.zip and the other SmartFusion2_Cortex_M3_PF.zip. (the DF version contains the Libero project, and the PF version contains an .stp file).
Hope that helps?