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ask for help: how to dump fsdb in UVM environment with IUS simulator ?

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Hi experts:

I try to dump fsdb file for UVM case using the following code:

inital begin

$fsdbDumpfile(..);

$fsdbDumpvars(top,0);

but i met the following compile errors:

illegal expression !!

ask for help: how to dump fsdb in UVM environment with IUS simulator ?

Thanks for your help.

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Hi,

>> illegal expression !!

Show us full error message and the line of src it points to. My guess is it is unrelated to FSDB. For FSDB, see:

http://www.springsoft.com/technology/springsoft-newsletter-info/verdi-uvm-fsdb-may2011

http://www.springsoft.com/technology/springsoft-newsletter-info/auto-record-uvm-sept2011

HTH,

Ajeetha, CVC

www.cvcblr.com/blog

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$fsdbDumpfile(..);

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ncvlog: *E,ILLPRI (test.sv,5|15): illegal expression primary [4.2(IEEE)].

This is due to the ".." not being a valid verilog path. Generally you would specify a string like:

$fsdbDumpfile("wave.fsdb");

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how can i dump a testcase (which is a class) in the UVM environment ? The testcase contains an instance of the env.

i assume you cant push references to dynamic objects into the fsdb - with simvision (the native ius graphical frontend) you can.

/uwe

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