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IES-XL,OVMWorld

  • e Templates: A Nifty Way To Create Reusable Code

    Hi All, An e template (known as a parameterized type in other programming languages) is a feature that has been around for several releases and can be a great way of creating re-usable code. Templates can be used anywhere a user would like to create a single re-useable object that might operate on different...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Aug 10 2010
  • 1st Anniversary Of The Team Specman Blog!

    Specmaniacs rejoice: today is the 1st anniversary of the launch of this blog!!! To commemorate the occasion, allow us to highlight the top 5 posts (out of 72 total!) from the past year, AND give a shout out to the Specmaniac websphere with a roll-up of Specman and e language oriented online resources...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Thu, Dec 10 2009
  • OVM e Scoreboard Posted on OVMWorld.org

    Specmaniacs rejoice: Cadence has uploaded the OVM e Scoreboard Infrastructure Package to OVM World . Here are the highlights from star guest blogger Efrat Shneydor of Methodology R&D: The OVM Scoreboard provides a substantial scoreboard framework, applicable to many kinds of systems and checking...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, Dec 2 2009
  • Where’s The “You” In The OVM?

    Cadence and Mentor have dedicated teams to the development and support of the OVM and you, our user community, have literally tens of thousands of developers dedicated to developing reusable VIP with it. But where do “you” and the OVM meet? Sometimes the “you” is obvious –...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by Adam Sherilog on Tue, Oct 27 2009
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