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  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on SVEditor

    Do you see the errors in the 'problems' view, or are they in the console view? If the errors are in the 'problems' view, you may need to manually remove the errors from the view. You could try starting Eclipse on a new workspace and importing the project into that new workspace. In most cases, you shouldn't need to start over with a fresh project. On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 11:34 AM, Scott Nixon scnix1@users.sourceforge.net wrote: I removed the VHDL files from my ".F" file, but they still show up in...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on SVEditor

    Since we're on the topic of VHDL... How many VHDL source files (roughly) do you have, and how useful would it be for SVE to support parsing, indexing, and navigating VHDL files? I've been looking at better support for VHDL, but have relatively few requests for it at the moment. That could be because there's relatively little demand, but it could also be because SVE is perceived as a SystemVerilog/Verilog-only tool. Thanks, Matthew On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 8:43 AM, Scott Nixon scnix1@users.sourceforge.net...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on SVEditor

    Hi Scott, SVE doesn't currently parse VHDL files, but does have an editor for them (just syntax coloring at the moment). Are you including them in your filelist? If so, then SVE will try to parse them as SystemVerilog files and will report an error. If this is the case, then just remove them from your filelist. Best Regards, Matthew On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 2:01 PM, Scott Nixon scnix1@users.sourceforge.net wrote: I have a few VHDL file in my project, all of which are getting flagged as "SV Index Problem"....

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on SVEditor

    Unfortunately, eclipse doesn’t make it super easy to create multi-language projects. What I typically do is to create a c++ makefile project around the project source, then add the SystemVerilog paths to that project. On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 3:24 AM Kapil Dholakiya kddholak@users.sourceforge.net wrote: How can I link C++ Test bench in exising project ? Link of C++ Test bench with SV-UVM Testbench https://sourceforge.net/p/sveditor/discussion/833802/thread/51802641/?limit=25#a362 Sent from sourceforge.net...

  • Modified ticket #520 on SVEditor

    SVEditor code parser has problems with soft constraints

  • Posted a comment on ticket #520 on SVEditor

    Thanks! Turns out that the key aspect here (at least from the parser's perspective) is that the soft constraints are inside an inline-constraint block. This will be resolved in the next release. -Matthew

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on SVEditor

    Hi Giuseppe, Refactoring certainly is a very helpful feature. I use it all the time when developing Java code in Eclipse. I'm in the middle of doing some foundational work that, eventually, will allow SVEditor to support refactoring. However, at the current moment that is still quite a ways off. Improvements to incremental indexing are definitely an area that would be beneficial. A good place to start would be to create tests that illustrate scenarios that should work, but don't currently. Have a...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on SVEditor

    Hi Giusan, Thank you for your interest in contributing to SVEditor! We're always interested in developers that would like to contribute to the project. I was a bit surprised to see that the developer guide was blank, since I know we had more information available at one point. I'll investigate further. Are the specific areas of SVEditor you are interested in contributing to, or features that you want to see SVEditor support? Thanks again for your interest, and look forward to working with you in...

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