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How to integrate commit ID in FPGA for version control tracking

Hi Community ,


As present i am using Spartan-6 FPGA in the design , and for version control using Bit Bucket. In design have Processor and FPGA interfaced on parallel bus .

The query is that -  i want to use logic to store the commit ID in FPGA,  so that the  commit version used can be read by processor on demand, which makes the user to easily know the loaded BIT file in the FPGA  and the current version of RTL code / BIT file used in it. 

So if someone has used in there RTL the commit ID tracking in FPGA can help for same  , so that version of the RTL or BIT file can be tracked easily or at user end .


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