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  1. Thanks Erwin. Best Regards, Bhargav Kandru.
  2. Hi, I am working on IPXACTS -RTL representation. I have seen the following in one of my IPXACTS, where parameters are defined. I have a question regarding this value representation in this above IPXACT. Is this valid as per the standards? And does this mean, in RTL, the following: parameter [0:0] RD_ADDR_INI_PIPE_STAGE [NUM_CORE_INI-1:0] = '{1,1}
  3. Okay Erwin. Thanks for the info. Best Regards, Bhargav Kandru.
  4. Hi, I have a question in how glue logics between two or more ports get represented in IPXACT. Lets say there is an ADHOC Connection between, PORT A of instance A and PORT B of instance B, in such a way that, PORTB is connected as 32'habcd ^ PORTA Like, Instance A: output port A Instance B: input port B Now, on Top file, In SV , I have following glue logic. module Top module A instance A( .A(A) ) module B instance B( .B(32'habcd ^ A) //32'habcd XOR with A ) endmodule Now, in adHoc connection,we genrally, represent two conne
  5. Hi Erwin, Thanks for that. So basically, in RTL, it is indicating, some port like: "input TAR_PRI_RD [32:0][5:0]" I want to implement a multidimensional ports, or I have an array of array of ports in my verilog files, how do the get reflected in my IPXACT? Is the below one proper if I want to implement input [32:0][3:0][7:0][4:0] port in my RTL <ipxact:port> <ipxact:name>port</ipxact:name> <ipxact:wire> <ipxact:direction>in</ipxact:direction> <ip
  6. HI, What is the purpose of the element, ARRAYS present in component IPXACT definition. In the above image, the port has name: defining physical port name, direction: wire direction, vectors: msb and lsb of the port. What I don't understand is the purpose of arrays here. What it implies? Is it kind of multi dimensional port definition. If so, don't we already have indices, index defining them? Thanks in advance, Bhargav K
  7. That was very useful for me Erwin. Thank You. Will there be any significance, if I connect two unequal length ports under adHocConnection. Suppose, port A[3:0], connected to port B[7:0]. Just as below: <ipxact:adHocConnection> <ipxact:name>adhoc1</ipxact:name> <ipxact:portReferences> <ipxact:internalPortReference componentRef="cA" portRef="A"> <ipxact:partSelect> <ipxact:range> <ipxact:left>3</ipxact:left> <ipxact:right>0</ipxact:right> </ipxact:range>  </ipxact:partS
  8. Hi Erwin, Thanks for that. I tried the above mentioned solution and its working. I have a question regarding connectivity of multidimensional port range. I tried to implement multidimensional ports like below attached image in my xml: It is giving this error while validation: "Element range is not expected". Must be because, range element max bound is only one. If that is the case, how to implement the following case: I have a port A from component1 like this: A[2:0][2:0] and port B of component2: B[5:3][6:4] and are supposed to be connected. Now, how will I regen
  9. Previous versions of IPXACT has attributes, 'left' and 'right' inside internalPortReference element of adHocConnection in design IPXACT as shown in the following 4 lines of xml. <spirit:adHocConnection> <spirit:name>....</spirit:name> <spirit:internalPortReference spirit:ComponentRef = "..." spirit:PortRef=".." spirit:left="..." spirit:right="...."/> </spirit:adHocConnection> These attributes basically say that which vector range of port from one component is mapped to another (I assume) However, the same
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