Below, you’ll find the SVUnit example I explained back in December in a post called Demo SVUnit on EDAPlayground.com. Code editing is the same, running a sim is the same. The only difference (because of our wordpress stylesheet) is that the frame is a little narrower. Other than that, this is our own EDAPlayground right here on AgileSoC.com.
This example is an easy introduction to SVUnit. Start with the instructions in the left pane (you can adjust the pane size to make it easier to read and edit). Then you can bounce over to the design pane. To simulate the example, look for the button in the top right. Click that and you’ll see the run button.
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Good luck! Please use the comments to let us know what you think!