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gscc stands for GNU SystemC Compiler Collection, witch is a set of tools to manipulate systemc code ( systemc is a hardware description language www.systemc.org ). The most notable tool is called gsc, witch is a systemc to verilog translator.

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C

Registered

2006-06-21

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