Hi,I am not able to trace the user manual of NC-Verilog. I need it, because I am trying to solve this issue: https://community.cadence.com/cadence_technology_forums/f/functional-verification/39910/replace-includes-with-in-line-modules---nc-verilogCan anyone point me to an online source of the manual?? Thank you in advance for your feedback.Kind regards,
All Cadence's product manuals are available online at http://support.cadence.com/. If you haven't already registered there, simply use your corporate email address to register. You might need your licence server host iD, as part of the validation process, if so check with your IT or CAD team. Depending on how old a version of the simulator you're using, you should have access to the tool "cdnshelp" which gives you all the documentation in your Linux environment. Most tool releases for the last 5+ years should have cdnshelp included.
As regards the conversion of `includes to a single inline file, I don't think there is any fully automatic way. If you can compile the code once with the include files, you might try using the "ncdc" utility to decompile the code back into a single file. Run "ncdc -help" for more info.
Hi Stephen,I registered for the support, thank you for this information.Also the trick with the "decompile " in ncsim, worked like a charm.I used the following command:
ncdc -output ./mydc.v my_lib.top:snapand it did the job by bringing in-line all the "included" modules.Always helpful with your answers, thank you!Kind regards,anm
Great! I'm glad it worked for you, thanks for the update.