April 2020, HDL Works announces the release and immediate availability of
version 3.0 of HDL Companion,
the HDL analysis,navigation and editing environment.
HDL Companion now supports SystemVerilog (both 2005 and 2009 mode). Files with extension ‘.sv’ and ‘.svh’ are placed in the new file category SystemVerilog. They can be combined with regular Verilog files. The toplevel units which can be shown in the detailed view are:
The Verilog language has a concept called the 'compilation unit'. It is the group of files which are compiled together in one action. During such a compilation objects declared at the file level will remainin scope and valid until the compilation finishes. This is sometimes required for include files which are not explicitly included in all source files, but just in the first compiled file. Compilation units can be set in the Project properties dialog on the File compilation units page.
HDL Companion is like a Swiss Army knife. It provides the HDL Design Engineer with 1001 different features like: Syntax checking, Design Exploration & Navigation, Signal Tracing, Linting, HDL Sensitive Editor, Global Search and Replace, HTML Generator, Source Revision Control and EDA Tools configurator. It is easy to use, affordable and should be present in each designers toolbox.
This saves many, many hours to get an understanding of any existing HDL code. Incomplete designs and design code with syntax errors is accepted by HDL Companion, so design information can be gathered without being forced to debug that unknown erroneous code first.
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