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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in UVM Library Test Suite and Git Repository   
    The github repositories are the actively developed code for Accellera’s reference implementation (sourceforge was made read-only when github was spun up). That being said, github stores the active development for the reference implementation, not for the standard itself. The class reference (ie. The “Standard”), as well as the Accellera Reference Implementation are officially published on accellera.org: The UVM 1.2 Standard: http://accellera.org/images/downloads/standards/uvm/UVM_Class_Reference_Manual_1.2.pdf The UVM 1.2 Reference Implementation: http://accellera.org/images/downloads/standards/uvm/uvm-1.2.tar.gz
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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in UVM Library Test Suite and Git Repository   
    @David Black I did stumble upon an accellera/uvm repository on GitHub. Seems to be what I was looking for although it has been dead since UVM 1.2. Why have it there and not use that platform?
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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in UVM Library Test Suite and Git Repository   
    Thanks David. It sounds like no such tests are available. Open source projects in general are not always good at providing their test suites but I find it a bit odd that on open source library for verification doesn't provide the test suites showing how the library itself is verified. It would be easier for people to suggest improvements if they can verify whether or not such a modification breaks something else.
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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in UVM Library Test Suite and Git Repository   
    Hi,
    I just downloaded the UVM library but I couldn't find any tests verifying its functionality. Are such tests available? Also, is the git repository from which the library was released open?
    Thanks
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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in New UVM Reference Implementation Now Available   
    Are there any plans on continuing using the GitHub repository  for such releases or has it been discontinued?
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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in New UVM Reference Implementation Now Available   
    Unfortunately I'm not with a member company. I was hoping that I'd have read permissions regardless of my current affiliation. As a user I'd like to see the connection between discussions in the official forum, the issues reported to the issue management system, and the code being developed in response to that. The ability to immediately test that code and possibly give feedback as code comments or a pull request. More like Github, Gitlab and other platforms. Seems to me that this would be a more efficient way to give and get user feedback.
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    sas73 got a reaction from tymonx in New UVM Reference Implementation Now Available   
    2 days! That's fast response
    Exactly!
    If you're not open in the design/pre-release phase you're likely to miss use cases and if the members have committed themselves to solutions  and switched their focus to other tasks I imagine that there will be an unwillingness  to go back and redo things even if new important insights have been revealed.
    I think most users would like a code base they can build upon, not one that needs adaptations to make it work. Being fully transparent about the code in the making will reduce the risk for such adaptations
    What I'm suggesting is free and efficient access to the collective intelligence of the entire community at a point in the development cycles where it makes the most difference. I'm not suggesting a shift in the rights to make the final decisions. That's exclusive to the paying members. What's preventing this from happening within Accellera?
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    sas73 got a reaction from Taichi Ishitani in New UVM Reference Implementation Now Available   
    2 days! That's fast response
    Exactly!
    If you're not open in the design/pre-release phase you're likely to miss use cases and if the members have committed themselves to solutions  and switched their focus to other tasks I imagine that there will be an unwillingness  to go back and redo things even if new important insights have been revealed.
    I think most users would like a code base they can build upon, not one that needs adaptations to make it work. Being fully transparent about the code in the making will reduce the risk for such adaptations
    What I'm suggesting is free and efficient access to the collective intelligence of the entire community at a point in the development cycles where it makes the most difference. I'm not suggesting a shift in the rights to make the final decisions. That's exclusive to the paying members. What's preventing this from happening within Accellera?
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    sas73 got a reaction from Taichi Ishitani in New UVM Reference Implementation Now Available   
    Unfortunately I'm not with a member company. I was hoping that I'd have read permissions regardless of my current affiliation. As a user I'd like to see the connection between discussions in the official forum, the issues reported to the issue management system, and the code being developed in response to that. The ability to immediately test that code and possibly give feedback as code comments or a pull request. More like Github, Gitlab and other platforms. Seems to me that this would be a more efficient way to give and get user feedback.
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