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Functional Verification Community

 
Implementing User-Defined Register Access Policies with vr_ad and IPXACT
By Team Specman on July 02, 2014
The register and memory package vr_ad for Specman is used in pretty much every verification environment. In most cases today, the register specification is captured in an IPXACT description and the register e-file can be automatically generated from it... Read more »
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Updates from the UVM Multi-Language (ML) Front
By Team Specman on June 03, 2014
An updated version of the UMV-ML Open Architecture library is now available on the Accellera uploads page (you need to login in order to download any of the contributions). The main updates of version 1.4 are: UVM-SV library upgrade: This release includes... Read more »
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sync and wait Actions vs. Temporal Struct and Unit Members
By Team Specman on May 12, 2014
Using sync on a temporal expression (TE), does not guarantee that the execution will continue whenever the TE seems to succeed. In this example, the sync action will miss every second change of my_event: tcm0()@any is { wait; while TRUE { sync change... Read more »
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