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  1. Hi, I started to play around with the basic scoreboard example provided in the uvm-systemC 1.0 beta 2 release. I was trying to enhance the example by adding a clock and a reset signal in the sc_main. Then I wanted to modify the vip_if to add a reset and clock signal. My goal was to implement a driver/monitor run phase that drives/samples the sig_data signal on the rising edge of the clock. I am struggling to do so... Is there such an example that exists or that someone could share ?
  2. I have a DUT which will require multiple BFMs to handle the pin-wiggling of different sets of pins of the DUT. What I am wondering is whether it is possible to write just one driver class (monitor may be a different story), but then instantiate it for each of the BFMs. I have explored the technique of Polymorphic Interfaces to allow Drivers to hold a handle to the base abstract class for which each BFM interface will instantiate a "concrete" class inheriting from the abstract class in order to be type compatible. The uvm_config_db could be used to help each Driver "get" their respective "confi
  3. Hi, I am implementing multiple reset inside UVC componenets (sequencer, driver, monitor and etc). When reset is asserted between get_next_item() and item_done(), the following error is issued. UVM_ERROR (SEQREQZMB) The task responsible for requesting a wait_for_grant on sequencer '....' for sequence '...' has been killed, to avoid a deadlock the sequence will be removed from the arbitration queues. I guess this error is caused that queue for sequence item already gets a item to transfer into driver. How can I fix this problem? How can I remove current item from the arbi
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