Next to unit testing UVM drivers, which was the topic of Testing UVM Drivers (Without The Sequencer), the second most popular question for which I had no good answer has been “How can I use SVUnit to test my UVM sequences?”.
Thankfully, SVMock seems to have made life easier here as well. With SVMock we can isolate a sequence from sequencer and driver such that it can be unit tested on it’s own before it’s used as part of a larger system. Here’s an example of how it works. Continue reading
If you’ve been following my blog since DVCon earlier this year, you’ll have noticed that the introduction of portable stimulus has me thinking more in terms of integrated verification flows. Specifically, where our verification techniques are best applied and how they complement each other as part of a complete flow.
At DAC, I had an opportunity to summarize some of these ideas in a 30min presentation called Building An Integrated Verification Flow. That happened in the Verification Academy booth. Audience was small’ish at the conference, but the good news is all the sessions were recorded. So you can see Building An Integrated Verification Flow posted on the Verification Academy site.
For backstory, here’s a list of the relevant posts since Feb…
Still more to come on this topic of integrated verification flows so stay tuned!