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  1. Hello, I need a help, Its a huge implementation like having A, B, C systemC Modules and instantiated in the Top and sc_main have the Top hierarchy sc_module_name. In the systemC Module A, i have lot of pure C++ classes and instantiated so many times like some algorithm to do some computation. While debugging difficult to get the hierarchy which one is printing or tracing. I am looking for a solution, without changing the pure C++ classes to derive from sc_module, how do i make it a hierarchy to Top. Changing every where to have a constructor with sc_module_name will be little diffi
  2. Hi, I have a simple project it's goal is to create a 32 bit ripple adder from an array of Full adders (FA). I have successfully implemented the FA (implementation attached) , but I have a simple problem now. Unlike the FA , the Ripple adder has many more inputs, and I cant find an efficient way to model these inputs , for instance in VHDL I would have an input port with the number of bits that I needed and I can access them easily in the architecture of the module, Unfortunatly this isn't the case for me in systemC. Approaches that I tried include: Using ( sc_in<sc_lv<
  3. Hi, I have a simple project it's goal is to create a 32 bit ripple adder from an array of Full adders (FA). I have successfully implemented the FA (implementation attached) , but I have a simple problem now. Unlike the FA , the Ripple adder has many more inputs, and I cant find an efficient way to model these inputs , for instance in VHDL I would have an input port with the number of bits that I needed and I can access them easily in the architecture of the module, Unfortunatly this isn't the case for me in systemC. Approaches that I tried include: Using ( sc_in<sc_lv<
  4. // Below is my chol.h header file #ifndef CHOL #define CHOL #define SC_INCLUDE_FX //#include "sc_module.h" #include "define.h" SC_MODULE (chol) { public: // Inputs sc_in_clk clk; sc_in<bool> rst; sc_in<sc_fixed<16,10, SC_TRN, SC_WRAP> > chol_in_data[3][3] ; // Output sc_out<sc_fixed<16,10, SC_TRN, SC_WRAP> > chol_out_data[3][3] ; /* F */ void chol_main ( void ); //sc_fixed<32,16, SC_TRN, SC_WRAP> cholesky(sc_fixed<32,16, SC_TRN, SC_WRAP> *); // Cons
  5. Hello, I am trying to create several nodes that are represented as SC_MODULE. I see that once I reach 10000 nodes the compile throws the following error: SG_m_n: ../../../../src/sysc/kernel/sc_cor_qt.cpp:107: virtual void sc_core::sc_cor_qt::stack_protect(bool): Assertion `ret == 0' failed. Aborted (core dumped) I think it might be related to memory protection (mprotect()) but I don't know if someone has some ideas about this limitation or how to overcome it? thank you :), Emad
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