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From 03/08/2012 to 04/06/2012

04/06/2012

06:10 PM Using AUTOs: RE: AUTOTIEOFF - include instead of ignore
Actually as a third thought, many of the AUTOS now take regexp's as arguments of what to include. That would be good ... Wilson Snyder

04/05/2012

01:59 AM Using AUTOs: RE: AUTOTIEOFF - include instead of ignore
I thought Emacs had a regexp way to say invert the whole regexp, but I was thinking of perl.
I think a nicer patch...
Wilson Snyder

04/03/2012

03:42 PM Using AUTOs: AUTOTIEOFF - include instead of ignore
Hi,
I found that I needed to "include" a group of signals for AUTOTIEOFF, rather
than ignore them, and after spen...
Brad Parker

03/23/2012

10:51 PM Using AUTOs: RE: Pragmas to disable Indentation for regions of code
I see. You're still out of luck. The processing is too complicated, going both forward and reverse, to even entertai... Wilson Snyder
10:39 PM Using AUTOs: RE: Pragmas to disable Indentation for regions of code
That's not exactly what I meant. <br>
There can be a significant amount of non-verilog (not my choice) that sometime...
Brian Cassell
10:15 PM Using AUTOs: RE: Pragmas to disable Indentation for regions of code
Hi Brian,
No, sorry. Usually I just make sure my generated code already matches what re-indenting would do...
Wilson Snyder
09:59 PM Using AUTOs: Pragmas to disable Indentation for regions of code
I enjoy my verilog-mode indenting, and running from the command-line on a batch of files, but it obviously wasn't mea... Brian Cassell
09:23 PM Using - Non-AUTOS: RE: Indentation goes haywire when using xor (^)
In your code... Brian Cassell
 

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