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It looks like the Application Acceleration Development Flow part of Vitis is Linux only. I've been trying to get PetaLinux tools working in WSL under Windows to avoid a whole Ubuntu VM. Maybe I'll just bite the bullet and use a full Linux build.
Also, the Vitis installer seems to include Vivado. That would at least explain the size!
I hope its more stable than Vivado!
So, Vivado has previously prompted me to buy a load more RAM. Vitis now means there is no more room on my 512GB SSD. I could probably just about squeeze it on there if I do a more thorough clear out. However, I've ordered a few cables so that I can cram a 1.5TB HD alongside it.
I was just checking some PetaLinux stuff and noticed that 2019.2 is now available. Then I spotted Vivado 2019.2 and... Vitis! It looks like Xilinx have continued the tradition of steadily increasing software size - 30.76GB!