Interface declaration typo gives a misleading internal error
Instead of pointing out the bad interface instance declaration or the port map which uses the bogus interface, the interface declaration itself is called out.
Added t_intf_typo to demonstrate: https://github.com/toddstrader/verilator-intf-err-msg
We now get: %Error: Internal Error: t/t_intf_typo.v:6: ../V3LinkDot.cpp:336: Module/etc never assigned a symbol entry?
But no mention that fo_intf isn't a thing or that the_foo isn't the right type for foo in the port map.
#1 Updated by Wilson Snyder over 1 year ago
- Category set to Lint
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Assignee set to Wilson Snyder
Fixed in git towards 3.889.
It still warns on the usage rather than the more obvious typo which it really should due to how it works to support an interface that is inside a generate that will later be decided to be "if"ed out.
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