Partial reconfiguration (PR) of FPGAs is a very promising technique. Applications implemented with PR are small\-er and faster than applications that are not reconfigured. However, the overhead emerging from the reconfiguration process can nullify the benefits of PR. Moreover, the lack of automatic tools hinders the widespread use of the PR technique. In previous work, the PR barriers have been tackled by introducing parameterized configurations and a tool flow that exploits these configurations. For regularly structured applications mapped through this tool flow, the memory resources needed to store the parameterized configuration can be significantly reduced when regularity is exploited. In this paper, we propose a front-end to the tool flow that automatically detects regular structures at the HDL level and transfers those regularities into the reconfiguration process. The results show that a reduction factor of 76, 10 and 167 is achieved in the memory resources needed to store the parameterized configuration when the regularity is exploited for an adaptive FIR, a regular expression matcher and a Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) respectively. The reduction factor will be further increased when applications scale.