Today will be 3 weeks of development on our Agile SW/HW Co-development demo. This is a recap of week 1. Week 2 to follow and then we’re all caught up!
We’ve decided on an application. We wanted something simple, visual, fun and familiar so that people at the Agile2014 conference would feel comfortable sitting down and giving it a try. To that end, we figured Conway’s Game of Life would fit the bill. If you’re not familiar with Conway’s Game of Life, here’s a screenshot from the opening of its wikipedia page… Continue reading →
So 2014 is only a few months old and already it’s been pretty interesting for me. Since January, I’ve had 3 major agile hardware opportunities fall into my lap. Those 3 opportunities have somehow turned into another opportunity that I’m quite excited about. More about that in a minute. First, a quick recap… Continue reading →
Download the Latest Version of SVUnit from GitHubHere’s something to get Aldec users excited: SVUnit now supports Riviera-PRO. That means it’s no longer just Mentor Graphics, Cadence and Synopsys users that have the option of unit testing high quality Systemverilog RTL and testbench code, Aldec users can now join in the fun!
For Riviera-PRO support, you’ll want v2.8 from GitHub. Fastest way to download it is to hit the big blue button to the right. From there, I’d follow the instructions in the README to start building your own short demo. That should take about 10min (if it takes longer than that, it’s probably my fault… not yours… so feel free to send me a nastygram with any troubles you’re having). Perusing the examples directory is a good second step. The designs in there should work just as they do with any of the other simulators. For further instructions, you can take a look at the SVUnit page or search for past blog posts tagged with SVUnit. Continue reading →