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Maarten De Braekeleer

  • Email: Must_Login
  • Registered on: 10/23/2018
  • Last connection: 10/10/2019

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10/10/2019

04:50 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Ok, cmake support will require the user to set the correct C++ standard and pass the correct SYSTEMC_CXX_FLAGS. It wi...
03:41 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Passing SYSTEMC_CXX_FLAGS will still fail the vltmt test because the C++11 flag of multithreaded will overrule the st...
02:51 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Patrick Stewart wrote:
> Principally it looks like the tests where it compares the STDOUT to a golden file fail. I p...
01:40 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Wilson Snyder wrote:
> 1. Perhaps we can just use the existing SYSTEMC_CXX_FLAGS? I was going to compare the gmake ...
12:29 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
I should admit I did not test systemc with multithreaded verilator.
Hardcoding the c++ standard to 14 is imho a ba...

10/07/2019

11:03 PM Verilator Issue #1489: Python support for Verilated designs
Patrick Stewart wrote:
> Maarten: The python gmake support was missing a rule to actually build the module.
> I've ...

10/04/2019

11:03 PM Verilator Issue #1489: Python support for Verilated designs
I have added DPI support for Python in a pydpi branch.
These commits should go on top of the python branch.
(which ...

08/14/2019

08:03 PM Verilator Issue #1489 (Feature): Python support for Verilated designs
I've improved the patchset by Patrick Stewart (proposed in bug1663) to add Python support for Verilated designs.
It ...

08/05/2019

06:37 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
I have applied your patch and think I have fixed the problem with t_flag_make_cmake_sc.pl
I would like to delay me...

08/04/2019

10:37 PM Verilator Issue #1363: CMake support
Hello,
I've gone for option 3:
First look in SYSTEMC_INCLUDE/SYSTEMC_LIBDIR, then try SYSTEMC_ROOT, then try SY...

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