cristian_amiq Posted May 19, 2010 Report Share Posted May 19, 2010 Starting with the 2.9.3 release, the DVT IDE provides support for both UVM-based code development and OVM to UVM migration. Features inlude code templates, inline access to documentation, macro debugging, and dedicated wizards. As an appetizer, see the two snapshots below: one for the OVM to UVM Migration Wizard and the other for the UVM Field Editor, an utility which allows you to easily perform proper field registration as it is required by the UVM methodology. You can find further details online at here.About DVT http://www.dvteclipse.comDesign and Verification Tools (DVT), an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE), is a modern and powerful, yet easy to use programming platform for e, SystemVerilog and VHDL languages. It enables efficient code writing and simplifies the maintenance of reusable libraries and legacy code. Incorporating advanced code editing features and specific capabilities for design and verification, as well as integrating with all major simulators and the latest verification methodologies, the DVT IDE helps you be more productive and get faster to market. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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