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[microblaze-uclinux] Windows or Linux for ISE/EDK development?
I'm curious as to which PC development platform people are using and why?
Since ISE/EDK runs on both Windows and Linux platforms, it seems logical to me that for MicroBlaze-uClinux development, a Linux platform would make life simpler.
However, I have seen a number of posts from people doing ISE/EDK development under Windows, and uClinux development under Linux, then transferring from one to the other? Why? What am I missing here? Does the Windows version have some advantage that the Linux version doesn't?
I'm about to get started in MB development, and my local Xilinx rep tells me people are using the Linux versions of ISE/EDK, so I know it can be done, so why do people create an image.bin using Linux, then switch to Windows for the FPGA configuration?
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