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  • timescale mismatch
    Hi, Does anybody know why the function in the code below is behaving differently when the input is a constant or a variable? I understand that time literal is of type 'realtime' and not 'time'. My complain is that the function has a different behavior depending on the return type. I'm using Incisive version ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by whiteriver1 on Mon, Feb 3 2014
  • memory leak in ncsim
    ncsim will consume an increasing ammount of memory when a function has an output port that return an associative array which was not initialized. My simulator version is 12.10-s011. Below is a code example to reproduce the failure. The code is inside a class (uvm_object):   function void a_function(output bit ret_val[int]); // ...
    Posted to Functional Verification Shared Code (Forum) by whiteriver1 on Fri, Aug 16 2013
  • Re: re : parameterized sequences & property blocks in simvision
    I could reproduce the exact same behavior here. Based on the documentation I have, your two properties should behave as property p1. But by replacing p2 with the code below, they both behave the same: sequence s1(a,b);     (b == 3'd2) && $rose(a) ##1 $fell(a); endsequence property p2(a1,b,c);     @(posedge clk)   ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by whiteriver1 on Fri, Feb 22 2013
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