Selection of VHDL non-commercial VHDL Simulator 
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 Selection of VHDL non-commercial VHDL Simulator

Dear colleagues,

I would appreciate your assistence in selecting a non-commercial VHDL
simulator. Since I intend to integrate the simulator into a larger
framework for model based diagnosis invocation from the command line has
to be possible. Moreover, it should be easy to export waveform traces
into a well-defined and documented format.

Thanks in advance,

Bernhard

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Sat, 29 Jan 2005 22:07:31 GMT  
 Selection of VHDL non-commercial VHDL Simulator
On Tue, 13 Aug 2002 16:07:31 +0200, Bernhard Peischl

Quote:

>Dear colleagues,

>I would appreciate your assistence in selecting a non-commercial VHDL
>simulator. Since I intend to integrate the simulator into a larger
>framework for model based diagnosis invocation from the command line has
>to be possible. Moreover, it should be easy to export waveform traces
>into a well-defined and documented format.

Perhaps the free version of Simili will meet your needs:
http://www.symphonyeda.com/

The free version run from the command line, and can produce a
'waveform' in a text format similar to Modelsim's list format.  Some
examples of programs that convert the text format to more portable
waveform formats e.g. VCD are also available on the website.

You might have to check the license terms though.  It may not be
possible to use it as part of one of your programs.

Regards,
Allan.



Sat, 29 Jan 2005 22:16:15 GMT  
 Selection of VHDL non-commercial VHDL Simulator
buy commercial
they are well supported and well documented


Quote:
> Dear colleagues,

> I would appreciate your assistence in selecting a non-commercial VHDL
> simulator. Since I intend to integrate the simulator into a larger
> framework for model based diagnosis invocation from the command line has
> to be possible. Moreover, it should be easy to export waveform traces
> into a well-defined and documented format.

> Thanks in advance,

> Bernhard

> --
> +---------------------------------------------------------------------+
> | Bernhard Peischl, Dipl.-Ing.         voice: ++43+316/873-5730       |
> | Institute for Software Technology    mobile: ++43+664/2443862       |
> | Graz University of Technology        secretary: +43+316/873-5711    |
> | Inffeldgasse 16b/2                                                  |

> +---------------------------------------------------------------------+



Sun, 30 Jan 2005 09:23:51 GMT  
 
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