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Patrick Stewart

  • Email: Must_Login
  • Registered on: 01/17/2017
  • Last connection: 10/16/2019

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11/02/2019

12:11 AM Verilator Installation: RE: Windows MinGW/Msys based build
As I said before, you shouldn't put /usr/include on the path, it will break everything. The easy thing to do is just ...

10/29/2019

05:46 PM Verilator Installation: RE: Windows MinGW/Msys based build
In msys2 you can just do "pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-verilator", there's already a package. You can see how it's buil...

10/18/2019

12:58 PM Verilator Issue #1489: Python support for Verilated designs
I've updated the pull request on top of master now that CMake is merged. I think I've addressed the outstanding issue...

10/17/2019

09:57 AM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
As in you ran "make test_regress" in the main directory and got that error? Any more context for it? Did CMake print ...

10/16/2019

06:26 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
I've added two trivial documentation changes after discussion with Maarten on github.
02:08 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
I've pushed another version that defaults to just building a static lib, that should work with older versions of CMak...
01:41 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
It's just the specific way I've used to build both simultaneously here that needs >=3.12. Building one or the other i...
01:11 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Well it's only the protect_lib example. How about I flip the default of that file so it only builds a static library ...
12:58 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Yes, I think so.
I thought I'd changed that to be compatible with earlier versions of cmake, but the bit that buil...

10/11/2019

01:01 AM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Maarten is right, without setting the C++ version threading fails on the Travis compiler. I've gone back to if(THREAD...

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