Michael McNamara <email@example.com> distributes the latest version from his website, www.verilog.com. Registering there will enable you to receive announcements as new versions are released.
The most recent version is also found here:
Or, the last few versions:
verilog-mode-2013-05-01-4ac9185.el.gz (117KB, May 11 2013)
verilog-mode-2013-04-30-e9ff063.el.gz (117KB, Apr 30 2013)
To see what's changed, see Verilog-Mode Change History
Important Download Tip¶
Note some browsers will truncate these files if you click on the link to open it. Instead:
If using Firefox, right-click on verilog-mode.el and "Save Target As" verilog-mode.el.
If using Explorer, right-click on verilog-mode.el and "Save Link As." Choose to save the file, then when the save dialog shows up, change the filename from the wrongly defaulted "verilog-mode.el.htm" to "verilog-mode.el". (Currently only some versions of Explorer 7 botch the filename; Thanks Microsoft.)
Place verilog-mode.el in your Emacs load-path, and add a few lines to your site-start .emacs file. See the instructions at the top of the program for details.
The source tree including tests is available at https://github.com/veripool/verilog-mode. If using this distribution you will need to "make" then install e/verilog-mode.el, not the verilog-mode.el in the top of the directory (which does not have the version number in it).
Verilog-mode.el runs on any operating system with a recent GNU Emacs or XEmacs.
GNU Emacs distribution¶
Note verilog-mode.el also comes as part of Emacs 21 and later. This version always lags the version here, by months to years. If you have issues with the version distributed with Emacs, please try the most recent release here.