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  1. Hallo, I have a SC_THREAD which has a dynamic synchronization. I use a sc_event_or_list as the wait-function argument. void notifyForGeneratedOutPix(void) { using namespace std; while (true) { sc_core::wait( m_outPixEvOrList ); //I'd like to do something like this: for(auto event : m_outPixEvOrList) { if(event.isNotified()) { cout << "@ " << setw(5) << sc_core::sc_time_stamp(); cout << " | delta cycle: " << setw(5) << sc_core::sc_delta_count(); cout << "Written values from "; this->dump(cout); cout << endl; cout << "value: "; dumpOutPixel(event); //map access with event as key } else continue; } } The events synchronize a method where I need to know which event is notified and has resumed the thread process. I haven't found a method or function to check an event if it is notified or not. The event class have this enumaration enum notify_t { NONE, DELTA, TIMED }; but I haven't found something to check that flag. Is their any way to find out if a event is notified or not? Thx *andre*
  2. Hello everyone, I have a folder with many modules. I want to create a configuration file specifying which of those modules to use in my simulation. In the sc_main.cpp, before the simulation starts I would like to open my configuration file, read which modules I would like to open and then create instances, connect their ports etc The configuration file contains all the necessary information as number of ports, type of each port , name of the module, name of the file etc. I can easily create the signals I need but I don't know how I can create the module instance. example of configuration file .... ex_name_module porta ; input ; double portb ; output ; double ...... In the sc_main I will read the file. I will create 2 signals of type double. But then i should do something like ex_name_module EX_NAME_MODULE("EX_NAME_MODULE"); EX_NAME_MODULE.input(sig1); EX_NAME_MODULE.output(sig2); One idea that I tried but it didn't work, was to create a .cpp file for each module. This file has a function containing the instance creation of the respective module. The arguments of the function were the signals created in sc_main. So any ideas of how I can create such an instance? Thank you in advance
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