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  1. I am debugging a problem with my custom datatype for sc_trace. I use my datatype for sc_signal, which is inside a sc_vector. Then I trace each signal inside the sc_vector. To narrow down my problem I removed all unnecessary parts for debugging. I still get the error, even though I'm not tracing a single signal. My MWE: main.cpp: // SystemC_FirstTest.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application. // #pragma once //#define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN //needed for tcp (winsock, ws2) #include <systemc.h> #include "globals.h" SC_MODULE(mA) { sc_inout
  2. Hello, i have the following piece of code not compiling: #include <systemc.h> int sc_main(int argc, char* argv[]){ sc_signal<bool> my_signal_bool; sc_reset* my_reset; my_reset = my_signal_bool.is_reset(); return 0; } I get this error: In file included from /usr/local/systemc-2.3.3/include/sysc/communication/sc_buffer.h:34:0, from /usr/local/systemc-2.3.3/include/systemc:79, from /usr/local/systemc-2.3.3/include/systemc.h:219, from ../src/playground.cpp:12: /usr/local/systemc-2.3.3/include/sysc/communica
  3. I used sc_spawn a lot for generating processes at runtime. Is there a similar way to spawn a signal? As I understand SystemC, a signal is the data type and the port of a module is a pointer to the datatype. So it should be possible to create them at runtime or not? Why do I need it? I have a given module that has a varying set of ports and I want to attach and connect these ports with signals dynamically. Best regards and thanks in advance, SiGa
  4. Hi Guys Is it possible to connect sc_in<bool> hierarchically to another sc_in<bool> (same for sc_out<bool> as well) ? I tried the attached exmples ex1.cpp Error: (E109) complete binding failed: port not bound: port 'target.target_h.in' (sc_in) ex2.cpp : Error: (E109) complete binding failed: 2 binds exceeds maximum of 1 allowed: port 'target.in_h' (sc_in) Can you please help me ? Thanks Khushi ex1.cpp ex2.cpp
  5. SOLVED: Nevermind, I made some mistakes in calling the wrong methods for writing/reading from ports. Thanks for your attention anyway! I'm trying to implement this example of a memory and a cpu that are communicating. CPU <==> MEM The modules use a single bidirectional data-line for reading/writing. I defined a signal in sc_main: sc_signal<int,SC_MANY_WRITERS> s_memdata; which I connect to the CPU and MEM module through their ports: sc_inout<int> p_memdata; The CPU is writing to the s_memdata signal: p_memdata.write(getrnddata());
  6. Hi, I want to pass a sc_signal (the reference of one) of any type to a class as a CTOR-argument. Since i found out, that the &-Operator of the class sc_signal<T> is overloaded, so i don't get the reference of an sc_signal<T> object but instead i get a reference to an Object of type T. How am i supposed to pass an sc_signal<T> to a function or a class? Example-Code: #include <systemc.h> template<typename T> class TInput{ public: typedef sc_signal<T> &TMember; TInput(TMember member):member(member){} // some functions which use member pri
  7. I am trying to get an interface binded with a vector of port declared as sc_vector<sc_in<bool> > : std::vector<sc_object*> children = get_child_objects(); sc_signal<bool> *s = NULL; const char *tmp = "sc_vector"; for (unsigned i = 0; i < children.size(); i++) { if (strcmp(nm, children->basename()) == 0) { if (strcmp(children->kind(), tmp) == 0) { sc_vector<sc_in<bool> > *v = dynamic_cast<sc_vector<sc_in<bool> > * > (children); if (v != 0) {
  8. Hi Folks What is the difference in default_event() and value_changed_event() for sc_signal channel. I have an sc_in port in my module and a process run is sensitive on it SC_THREAD(run) sensitive<<irq; When the run will be activated - when there any any event on irq (read or write) - when there is some value change event When I use SC_THREAD(run) sensitive<<irq.value_changed_event(); or SC_THREAD(run) sensitive<<irq.default_event(); I get the following error Error: (E112) get interface failed: port is not bound: port 'initiator.irq' (sc_in)
  9. Dear All, I created a class BusAssembly, which basically contains a matrix of sc_uint<>, and I provided it with operator= , ==, >> and sc_trace. In a simple sc_main I defined some variables with type sc_signal<BusAssembly<W,Dim0,Dim1> > . Then I assinged them with a static matrix. (Both by = or .write()) Now, the new_value of the sc_signal variables is correctly assigned, but after a while of simulaiton, their current value is not updated to it. Surprisingly it is only working for the fisrt assignment occurrence. SystemC 2.3.1-Accellera --- Sep 20
  10. Hi all, I am creating some sc_signal<vector<T> > ports with a user defined T. I have already found a proper link for the same (answer provided by AR/Ravi, inheriting from STL vector). http://www.accellera...g=msg00004.html But now my question is, I am defining other ports where T will be sc_bv, double etc. So shall I write above code for each of the variable type or is it ok with all? (I am particularly worried about << and ==). Thank you. P.S. Will next IEEE1666 talk about sc_vector? Will some provision for above scenario provided in later versions?
  11. Hi, I have a set of signals defined as: sc_signal<sc_logic> bit0; sc_signal<sc_logic> bit1; sc_signal<sc_logic> bit2; I have another buses defined as sc_signal<sc_bv<3> > bus_input; sc_signal<sc_bv<3> > bus_output; I would like to do this operation: bus_output = bit(i) & bus_input where i = 0,1,2 For this, I am writing this code: bus_output = (bit2.read(), bit1.read(), bit0.read()) & bus_input.read(); But this does not work. Compile is fine but only the bus_output[0] is correctly being written. other bits are not getting updated.
  12. How to output "float (double)" from sc_fixed type class using sc_trace? I have an existing model (all in floating point design, using "sc_signal<double>"), and am trying to convert it to its fixed point one (i.e. using sc_signal<sc_fixed< ,,,, > >"). sc_signal<double> ch_a; sc_signal<sc_fixed<16,8, SC_RND, SC_SAT> > ch_a_fix; sc_trace(tf, ch_a, "ch_a" ); // floating point channel tracing, it traces signal in "double". sc_trace(tf, ch_a_fix, "ch_a_fix ); // fixed point channel tracing: it traces signal in "integer numbers". The question
  13. Hi, everybody. I'm needing use netbeans IDE to develop systemC projects on windows 7. I installed the netbeans 7.3 and the cygwin with gcc 4.8. the systemC already be installed and working normally in cygwin (I already have used...). recently, I installed systemC on netbeans, that use cygwin compiler, and I can use normally too: netbeans "recognize the systemC language", compile and execute my projects. my only problem is that, on netbeans, the "sc_signal<bool>" is don't recognize. =S the "sc_signal<int>" work, "sc_signal<sc_logic>" work and all the others.... the code w
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