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 using tcl commands in class tasks/functions.. 

Last post Tue, Jan 30 2007 8:38 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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    using tcl commands in class tasks/functions.. Reply

    What are the risks involved in using tcl commands like force , deposit , release etc.. in  class functions that can have multiple object instantiations.


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  • Fri, Feb 9 2007 10:26 AM

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    RE: using tcl commands in class tasks/functions.. Reply

    I thought the language itself doesn't allow TCL calls inside SV, is this a specific extension that you are using?

    In any case, force..release with even single class object may have issues - as their life time is dynamic. What exactly are you trying to do? With little bit of methdology, one can use OOP/Factory pattern/Virtual methods to do "test specific" stuff. I have done it several times with SV + VMM inside VCS.

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