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achariyaD posted a topic in Methodology and BCL ForumHi, Apologies for posting a non-technical query. I have generated a html documentation for my internal project using natural docs using help from the previous forum post http://forums.accellera.org/topic/524-how-is-uvm-base-class-documented/ . Now I want to generate a more portable form of document (PDF/DOC) from the html output. I have tried searching web and also posted query on Natural Doc forum but to no avail. Adobe Acrobat and MS-Word doesn't give satisfactory results. It would be really helpful if someone can provide few pointers on same. Thanks and Regards Deepak
Dear all, As we close in on delivering UVM 1.2 to the engineering community now is the time for you to read the docs, review the code, test the functionality. Or as they say forever hold your peace..... Once approved changing documentation requires another full review so really please do give your feedback ASAP. As a UVM user it is in your interest that UVM meets your requirements and your opinion is considered. There is a list of issues we know about within the Mantis database: http://www.eda.org/svdb/my_view_page.php If you want to view the code for a particular branch from sourceforge you can do so from your browser. http://sourceforge.net/p/uvm/code/ref/master/branches/ On the left click ""More Branches" UVM 1.2 will be built from the UVM_1_2 branch: http://sourceforge.net/p/uvm/code/ci/UVM_1_2/tree/ At the time of writing the latest HTML docs are generated from RC4 branch: http://sourceforge.net/p/uvm/code/ci/UVM_1_2_RELEASE_RC4_WITHHTMLDOC/tree/ It is just as easy to grab the latest code for you to run with your own projects for testing. A simple script can look like: #!/bin/csh -f mkdir $1; cd $1 ; git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/uvm/code ; cd code ; git branch --track $1 origin/$1 ; git checkout $1 ; By passing in your branch name to the script it will checkout that particular branch for you. git_uvm.csh UVM_1_2 ; You can give feedback via your Accellera representation or local EDA person or provide feedback here. Time is of the essence so act today. thanks,