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Verilator 4.000 approaches; announcement at OrCONF

Added by Wilson Snyder about 1 month ago

We're glad to announce that Verilator 4.000 is now in beta test and will be formally announced at OrConf 2018

The git tree now contains the beta, please give it a try, and enjoy the main new feature of multithreaded simulation!

  • If your git repo was using the 'master' branch (the default) as upstream you need do nothing, you'll now get the 4.000 sources.
  • If you were using the git 'develop-v4' branch, that branch is now merged into 'master'. 'develop-v4' was deleted. Pulling from a branch that has 'develop-v4' as upstream may give a "Your branch is based on 'origin/develop-v4', but the upstream is gone" or "Your configuration specifies to merge with the ref 'refs/heads/develop-v4' from the remote, but no such ref was fetched" error. You need to do this:

    git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master

  • A new 'v3/devel' branch was made pointing to the previous origin/master (with Version and will only be developed further if another release is required due to a serious issue.