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Read Me

MyHDL 0.8.1

What is MyHDL?
MyHDL is a free, open-source package for using Python as a hardware
description and verification language.

To find out whether MyHDL can be useful to you, please read:

MyHDL is available under the LGPL license.  See LICENSE.txt.

The project website is located at

The main development repo is at

The manual is available on-line:

What's new
To find out what's new in this release, please read:

If you have superuser power, you can install MyHDL as follows:

    python install

This will install the package in the appropriate site-wide Python
package location.

Otherwise, you can install it in a personal directory, e.g. as

    python install --home=$HOME

In this case, be sure to add the appropriate install dir to the

If necessary, consult the distutils documentation in the standard
Python library if necessary for more details;
or contact me.

You can test the proper installation as follows:
    cd myhdl/test/core

To install co-simulation support:

Go to the directory co-simulation/<platform> for your target platform
and following the instructions in the README.txt file.