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CoreTML framework

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CoreTML framework is an open-source template-based configuration system allowing the developer to create parametrized templates by inserting special content to any text files.

Its main purpose is to serve as a toolkit for semiconductor IP core creation (based on VHDL/Verilog).

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  • Complete language neutrality
  • CoreTML's tagging system using Lua scripting language as a backend is much more versatile than Verilog parameters or VHDL generics
  • Unlike general-purpose programming languages, CoreTML provides a standard way to instantiate templates and pass parameters between them
  • Streamlined configuration GUI creation (see screenshots)


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Intended Audience

Information Technology, Developers, Engineering

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), Command-line

Programming Language

C++, Lua, VHDL/Verilog



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