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Introduction to System-Perl

Written by Wilson Snyder <wsnyder@wsnyder.org>.

Summary

This perl library, SystemC-Perl, or SystemPerl for short, provides four major sub-packages:

  • SystemC-Mode is a language mode for Emacs, providing language sensitive highlighting similar to C++ mode.
  • SystemC::Parser reads SystemC files, and extracts tokens as a basis for writing other tools.
  • SystemC::Netlist builds netlists out of SystemC files. This allows easy scripts to determine things such as the hierarchy of SC_MODULEs. The netlist database parallels that of Verilog::Netlist for multi-language environments.
  • sp_preproc provides extensions to the SystemC language, called the SystemPerl language. This allows most of the Tedium to be removed from SystemC coding, just as the author's /*AUTO*/ comments in &VERILOG_MODE; did for the Verilog language.
  • SystemPerl also includes patches required to run SystemC on GCC 3.0 and newer systems, including some 64 bit systems.

See also

See the buttons at the top of this page, which include:

SystemPerl examples

SystemPerl Documentation

SystemPerl installation