How to get all Verilog files being analyzed

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Q: I'm using -v, -y, .... After Verific is done with the analysis, how do I get a list of all the files being analyzed?

Use this C++:

Array *GetAllAbsFileNames() {
  Array *files = new Array() ;
  unsigned file_id = 2 ; // for Verific releases Sep18 and older, use "unsigned file_id = 1 ;" - See VIPER #14058
  const char *file_name ;
  while ((file_name=LineFile::GetAbsFileNameFromId(file_id++))!=0) {
    // Instead of LineFile::GetAbsFileNameFromId(), the API LineFile::GetFileNameFromId()
    // can also be used if relative file name is required.
    // This is a file we processed:
    files->Insert(file_name) ;
  }
  // Now "files" array should contain names of all the files analyzed
  if (!file->Size()) { delete files ; files = 0 ; }
  return files ;
}

Or this Perl:

my $topfile = "top.v"; # input filename
my $stubfile = "stubs.v"; # filename for -v option
my $dir = "dir"; # dir name for -y option
# Verific::veri_file::AddYDir($dir); # -y option
Verific::veri_file::AddVFile($stubfile); # -v option
if (!Verific::veri_file::Analyze($topfile)) {
   exit (1) ;
}
if (!Verific::veri_file::AnalyzeFull()) { # IMPORTANT: need to call this to process -v, -y, ....
   exit (1) ;
}
my $file_id = 2; # for Verific releases Sep18 and older, use "my $file_id = 1;" - See VIPER #14058
# my $file_name=Verific::LineFile::GetAbsFileNameFromId($file_id); # for file with full path
$file_name=Verific::LineFile::GetFileNameFromId($file_id); # for just filename
while ($file_name ne "") {
   print "filename analyzed: $file_name\n";
   $file_id = $file_id + 1;
   # $file_name=Verific::LineFile::GetAbsFileNameFromId($file_id); # for file with full path
   $file_name=Verific::LineFile::GetFileNameFromId($file_id); # for just filename
}

How this works:

  1. Verific keeps file_name vs. file_id mapping.
  2. File_id starts from 1 and increases by 1.
  3. LineFile::GetAbsFileNameFromId()/GetFileNameFromId() returns 0 for non-existing id.
  4. The code keeps calling the API with incremented file_id until getting a 0.