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You must create a build specification before you can compile the FPGA VI into an FPGA application. LabVIEW uses the build options you set to generate the HDL and bitfile from the block diagram.
Right-click a build specification under an FPGA target in the Project Explorer window and select from the following options. The options available for a build specification vary depending on your specific FPGA target.
|Note You can create multiple build specifications simultaneously by selecting each build specification in the Project Explorer window and selecting Build.|
The default build specification is the build specification that the Run button uses to compile and run an FPGA application. If you click the Run button without first making a build specification, LabVIEW automatically creates and specifies a default build specification for the corresponding VI.
To specify the default build specification, place a checkmark in the Set as default build specification checkbox on the Source Files page of the Compilation Properties dialog box.