From Verific Design Automation FAQ
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- How to get best support from Verific
- How to save computer resources (memory consumption & runtime)
- How do I know what language a Netlist in the netlist database comes from?
- What are the data structures in Verific?
- How do I remove all Verific data structures in memory?
- Does Verific build control and data flow graph (CDFG)?
- Does Verific support cross module references (XMR)?
- Are there options to control Verific software's behavior? Compile-time & run-time flags.
- How do I downgrade/upgrade messages from Verific? How do I get messages with more details?
- How do I tell the version of a Verific software release?
- Where do I find simulation models for Verific primitives (VERIFIC_XOR, VERIFIC_DFFRS, ....)?
- How to correct building (linking) issue "/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ltcl"
- LineFile data from input files
- Difference between RTL and gate-level simulations - Flipflop with async set and async reset
Input: VHDL, Verilog (and SystemVerilog), Liberty, EDIF
- Verilog: I'm using -v, -y, .... After Verific is done with the analysis, how do I get a list of all the files being analyzed?
- Verilog: How do I get the list of included files associated with a Verilog source file?
- Verilog: How to get type/initial value of parameters.
- Verilog: Why are the ports in original Verilog file renamed to p1, p2, ....?
- Verilog: For a design consisting of a mixture of Verilog 2001 and SystemVerilog input files, should I parse all the files as SystemVerilog?
- Verilog: From the Verilog parsetree, how can I get the ports of a module?
- Verilog: How do I change the name of an id (VeriidDef) in Verilog parsetree?
- Verilog: How do I get nested modules and get the library that contains the nested module?
- Verilog: How do I get linefile information of macro definitions?
- Verilog: How do I get port dimensions?
- Verilog: What is the order of binding modules to instances?
- Verilog: How Verific elaborator handles blackboxes/unknown boxes
- Verilog: Does Verific replace constant expressions with their respective values?
- SystemVerilog: Why does Verific complain about undefined macros for macros defined in a different file (Compilation Unit)?
- SystemVerilog: From the parsetree, how can I get the enums declared in a module?
- SystemVerilog: How do I identify packages being imported into a module?
- SystemVerilog: Support for SystemVerilog semaphore/process/mailbox constructs.
- SystemVerilog: Support for SystemVerilog top level module with interface ports.
- VHDL: VHDL-1993 and VHDL-2008 each has its own IEEE library set. How do I analyze/elaborate a design with a mixture of files of different VHDL dialects (1993 and 2008)?
- Verilog/VHDL: Escaped identifiers in RTL files and in Verific data structures (under construction).
- Verilog/VHDL: How to prettyprint a parsetree node to a string.
- Verilog/VHDL: What does 'static elaboration' do?
- Verilog/VHDL: How to ignore a (not used) parameter/generic in elaboration.
- Verilog/VHDL: For a Netlist in the netlist database, is there a clean way to look back at what VeriModule* or VhdlPrimaryUnit* the Netlist was derived from?
- Verilog/VHDL: Is there a way to cross-reference between the original RTL design files and the elaboration netlist?
- Verilog/VHDL: Is there a way to tell the elaborator to ignore certain parameters/generics so that the unit/module is not uniquified?
- Verilog/VHDL: Is there a way to tell if the analysis/elaboration process has errors?
- Verilog/VHDL: After static elaboration, there are modules/design units with "_default" suffix in their names. Why? And what are they?
- Verilog/VHDL: How to parse a string
- Netlist Database: Does Verific perform logic optimization across hierarchy boundaries?
- Netlist Database: Bit-blasting a multi-port RAM instance
- Netlist Database: System attributes
Scripting languages: TCL, Perl, Python
- Util/C++: How to use RegisterCallBackMsg()
- Database/Perl/TCL: Create a Netlist Database from scratch (not from RTL elaboration)
- Database/C++: Write out an encrypted netlist
- Database/C++: Extract clock enable
- Database/C++: Black box, empty box, and unknown box
- Database/Perl: Simple example of hierarchy tree elaboration
- Database/C++: Replacing Verific built-in primitives/operators with user implementations
- Database/Verilog/C++: Memory elements of a RamNet
- Database/Verilog/Perl: Fanout cone and grouping in the Netlist Database
- Database/Verilog: Buffering signals and ungrouping (flattening) in the Netlist Database
- Database/Verilog/C++: Process -f file and explore the Netlist Database
- Database/Verilog/Python: Process -f file and explore the Netlist Database
- Verilog/C++: Simple examples of visitor pattern
- Verilog/C++/Python/Perl: Where in RTL does it get assigned?
- Verilog/C++: Statically elaborate with different values of parameters
- Verilog/C++: Prettyprint all modules in the design hierarchy
- Verilog/C++: Getting instances' parameters
- Verilog/C++: Visiting Hierarchical References (VeriSelectedName)
- Verilog/C++: Type Range example (simple)
- Verilog/C++/Perl: Type Range example with multi-dimensional arrays
- Verilog/C++: Using stream input to ignore input file
- Verilog/C++: How to tell if a module has encrypted contents
- Verilog/C++: Comment out a line using text-based design modification and parsetree modification
- Verilog/C++: How to use IsUserDeclared() : Example for port associations
- Verilog/C++: How to create new module in Verilog parsetree
- Verilog/C++: How to get full hierarchy ID path
- Verilog/C++: How to traverse scope hierarchy
- Verilog/C++: How to access attributes in parsetree
- Verilog/C++/Perl/Python: How to get linefile data of macros - Macro callback function
- Verilog/Perl: Access attributes of ports in parsetree and from netlist
- SystemVerilog/C++/Python: Retrieve package name for user-defined variable types
- SystemVerilog/C++: Pretty-print a module and the packages imported by the module
- SystemVerilog/C++: How to get packed dimensions of enum
- Verilog/VHDL/C++: Traverse instances in parsetree
- Verilog/VHDL/C++: Parsing from data in memory