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  • e Macro Debugging

    When creating a testbench using the MDV methodology, you want to write intelligent code whose behavior can be easily modified. Using e macros can greatly improve your productivity by raising the level of abstraction at which these testbenches are created and used. With e macros, you can reduce the amount...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Mon, Oct 7 2013
  • Specman: Getting Source Information on Macros

    When you write a define-as or define-as-computed e macro, you sometimes need the replacement code to contain or to depend on the source information regarding the specific macro call, including the source module and the source line number. For example, a macro may need to print source information, or...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Tips on Writing Macros in Specman e Language

    In this blog, I will present some tips that can be very useful when you write e macros. We will see which kind of macro we should use for our purposes, and what options we can use to better define our macro. Let's begin by looking at the following simple example. Assume that you want to define a...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, May 22 2012
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