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  1. Hello Forum, I want to have std::list<int> as type for a sc_port and sc_signal. In the e-book "SystemC : From The Ground Up" and "IEEE Std 1666™-2011" I found the necessary information. So I created a wrapper class that implements the necessary overloaded operators, and the sc_trace function that are needed for this purpose. // List that is traceable by sc_trace class TraceList { private: std::list<int> lst; public: // Methods for accessing list std::list<int>& read() { return lst; } void write(std::list<int> var) {
  2. Hi, I wish to perform a trace for all the signals in my design. Since I didn't find a reference how to do this, I tried to implement it by myself. The main concept I used is to run recursively on all child objects of sc_module objects (using the get_child_objects() method). If a child object is sc_signal, the sc_trace method is performed. I created a test-case and ran it with Accellera compiler 2.3. However, I'm getting the following warning: Warning: (W710) object cannot not be traced: system.sig In file: ..\..\src\sysc\tracing\sc_trace.cpp:145 Could you please
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