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  1. There is an internal buglist for the developers but AFAIK this bug is not known yet. The minimal example would help alot figuring it out.
  2. Hi! We have now released an updated version of SCV which should fix this issue for you.. You can find it here: http://accellera.org/downloads/standards/systemc
  3. Hi! as in the previous alpha release you should call config/bootstrap beforehand. This will create a configure script for you. (This is mentioned in the INSTALL file around line 226.)
  4. We are working on releasing an compatibility update rather soon, probably this year.
  5. Hi Aixeta, this is already fixed in the upcoming release of the SCV. Meanwhile you can workaround by casting directly to sc_logic: sc_dt::sc_logic_value_t(this->_get_instance()->get_bit(i))
  6. Hi Frank, thanks for reporting, I've implemented a patch following Torstens recommendation in the working groups repository. This will be included in the next release which will be alongside SystemC 2.3.2.
  7. Hi Akhila, functional coverage is not there yet. However, you can use any other implementation together with UVM-SC.
  8. Hi! As this subforum is about UVM-SystemC you'll probably won't get many answers here. The UVM forum you are looking for is this: http://forums.accellera.org/forum/26-simulator-specific-issues/
  9. Hi, can you please more information about your environment? Please also post the output of "make -v".
  10. First "make" has to complete without error before running "make install". Could you please post the output of "make" after fixing gettimeofday?
  11. I've lost a little bit track here: Can you check that you are in the correct folder? In doubt, can you please post the history of commands you executed?
  12. Probably not. Regarding gettimeofday please follow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/36901803/gettimeofday-not-declared-in-this-scope-cygwin and try again.
  13. Please post the relevant commandlines and output
  14. This looks like your editor added Windows line endings while saving the file. Please try again with an editor which can distinguish between different line endings and choose the unix ones.
  15. Yes, please have a look into the configure script and search for "checking for supported operating system". You'll need to add cygwin there. Please note, that cygwin is not officially supported although it may work.
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