For HDL, we highly recommend cloning from the latest official tag (released twice per year), not the development branch. https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/hdl/releases
For example, choose branch hdl_2015_r2 to get the second release of 2015. Note the Xilinx VIvado tool version supported.
The TCL scripts to build the Vivado project for a particular carrier are in /projects/pzsdr/<carrier name>
The ADI Reference Designs HDL User Guide explains how to rebuild the FPGA project.
NOTE: The reference design is based on the HDL code maintained by Analog Devices. To manage dependencies in the build process for Vivado projects, Analog Devices provides Linux-based makefiles. We recommend that Windows users build Vivado projects using ‘make’ under CYGWIN. Instructions to install a minimal version of CYGWIN that will provide a Linux-like environment under Windows are available here.
Once you have CYGWIN installed, you can simply navigate to the root directory of the repository.
For example, go to ./hdl-hdl_2015_r2
Then type: make pzsdr.ccbrk
This will build the Vivado project for the PicoZed SDR Breakout Carrier