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tony_kirke

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  1. Thanks everyone for the replies. I'm sorry if i rubbed anyone the wrong way. I did misunderstand how this standard/organisation worked and thought the code was the standard. I think a 2.2.1 would have solved my issues in that 1) next updates of most HLS tools would probably include it. 2) it could be downloaded and installed as a known entity company wide. Otherwise I have to request HLS vendors that bundle SystemC to each make changes to their installs so I can also compile code with GCC 4.6.0 and then also update our own separate installs. Since I thought the code was the standard this did
  2. Hi I know people are aware of 2.2.0 compiler warnings, etc for recent gcc versions such as 4.6 or greater and that these have been addressed in SystemC 2.3.0 However, because various HLS synthesis tools only support 2.2.0 at the moment and there will be a delayed movement to 2.3.0, we are left with these warnings if we want to do a system simulation where we need to use a more modern version gcc and not a tool specific version. Also given that people often use -Wall, this is a problem Would it possible to release at 2.2.1 version of SystemC that just addresses these compiler issues? Be
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