|SmartFusion2, IGLOO2||M2S005, M2S010, M2S025, M2S050, M2GL005, M2GL010, M2GL025, M2GL050, M2S100, M2S150, M2GL100, M2GL150||S ⇒ “secure”|
|RTAX-S||RTAX250S, RTAX1000S, RTAX2000S, RTAX4000S|
|RT ProASIC3||RT3PE600L, RT3PE3000L|
|Axcelerator||AX125, AX250, AX500, AX1000, AX2000|
The free license essentially prohibited command line tool flows which also really annoyed me
NOTE: I had an old version of Libero IDE 9.1 SP3 installed under C:\Actel. I downloaded a new installer + SP3 and it instead installed under C:\Microsemi! I am very disappointed that they would back edit their released versions. This is a nightmware from a reliability perspective becasue I can no longer assert that I can obtain the same software we used to make our last release. I did have an old build and was able to verify that it did give me the same bitstream, but it meant I had to change instructions, some configuration, and other churn that absolutely should have never been an issue.
I do have Libero SoC also installed on this system. If this is an unfortunate interaction between the two I can maybe classify this is a bug rather than a marketing decision that has a critical engineering impact.