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  1. Hi all, I was trying something different and came across a issue which looks odd to me. I have a main function and from there I am calling sc_main(). In sc_main, I am starting and ending simulation < sc_start, sc_stop >. something like Example : int main(){ sc_main() //gives the expected output sc_main() // creashes Error: insert module failed: elaboration done return 0 } I am expecting that my simulation should run 2 times. But, I am facing " ERROR- insert module failed: elaboration done " while calling 2nd sc_main. ---Its seems like the old simulation is itself not getting cleared---- As after doing sc_stop the simulation should stops and clears all memories, then I believe it should have worked. --Can any help me to make this done, if possible-- Any hint will be very helpful for me. Thanks in advance :). Best Regards, Nitin
  2. Hello everyone, this is my first post. Hope you are all well. I work for a major US car manufacturer in Silicon Valley. I am organizing an internal workshop on a general topic of modeling and simulation for pre-silicon SW development. I want to bring my audience to a common understanding of Virtual Platforms based upon SystemC\TLM. The workshop will be held in San Jose', CA at the end of September. I would prefer someone (1) Who's local as we don't have budget for travel expenses, but we can pay an honorary fee for the speech (2) who's not affiliated with any tool vendor as we don't need a sales pitch. The speech should be focused on a explanation of the SystemC\TLM technology and how it can be used to create Virtual Platforms for embedded SW development (we are not interesting in learning, at least for now, on how to create a SystemC model), followed by industrial experiences in deploying it in large companies with legacy development processes for embedded SW (including SW integration and testing). Then a Q & A would follow. I would expect the speech/presentation to take 1 hr or 90 mins tops including Q & A. If interested or know some one that would fit the profile, please reply to this thread and then we can take it from here. Thanks for your attention. Paolo
  3. Hi, To create a dynamic process we have to use sc_spawn function, I want to know if it is possible to create a dynamic port ? else, how we can create a dynamic communication path between two components ? Thanks Ted
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