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i wrote some code in C++ and it is successfully built in CtoS but when I'm trying to schedule the program is crashing.My code is very similar to example: jpeg_idct_tutorial and I'm doing everything like in doc: Cadence_Ctos_User_Guide (section A).
I tried to run your example in the latest version, but it is missing your "mydefs.h". Also I don't know what your constraints are, what the scheduling options are, etc.
In any case, the best bet is to try the latest version, and try the default scheduling options. We just released 12.2 last week. Whether it's an issue with your design or not, we consider any crash to be a bug. So if this issue still persists in 12.2, please file a bug report with customer support (http://support.cadence.com)
In reply to Jack Erickson:
Thanks for your answer. Sorry for my fault.I've updated previous post with this file.
I'm doing exactly everything step by step like in User Guide section A: Ctos Tutorial for ASIC designs with my project.
And when I run an example (with the same settings in CtoS): jpeg_idct_tutorial I have expected results from User Guide.
Probably there is something wrong with my code. Please help.