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Tudor Timisescu, Welcome to SVUnit

Slacking off? Me?? I guess maybe I have been because someone finally got sick of waiting for me to get to a new SVUnit feature and added it themselves… …and that made me happy. As of 2 about weeks ago, Tudor … Continue reading

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Now What?

You’ve started doing TDD or unit testing your systemverilog code with SVUnit, your defect rate is down and you’re producing better code. You’re at the point where your experience could benefit the rest of your team but you’re not sure how to get the point … Continue reading

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SVUnit v3.1 Released

I just posted version 3.1 of SVUnit to sourceforge. If you’ve been waiting patiently for me to get rid of the makefiles, the wait is over. From here on, we’ve got a simple command line script to run SVUnit unit tests … Continue reading

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SVUnit Scripting Proposal Version 2

I’ve had people asking about the SVUnit new scripting proposal I posted a few months back. I forgot about it for a while but now I’m back. I’ve taken some of the feedback I’ve received and folded it into a … Continue reading

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SVUnit Adds Support For Aldec Riviera-PRO

Here’s something to get Aldec users excited: SVUnit now supports Riviera-PRO. That means it’s no longer just Mentor Graphics, Cadence and Synopsys users that have the option of unit testing high quality Systemverilog RTL and testbench code, Aldec users can … Continue reading

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SVUnit Scripting Proposal

I’ve gone through an overhaul of the SVUnit scripting. Specifically, the makefiles are out and a simpler build/run script is in. Most of what’s under the hood is the same (i.e. the construction of the systemverilog code framework). In short, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Changes to SVUnit

After some back-and-forth with SVUnit users over the last several months, I reckon it’s finally time to get rid of the make user interface. Turns out, the incremental construction of the framework that make helped with isn’t all that necessary. … Continue reading

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AgileSoC.com Has It’s Own EDA Playground

Thanks to a new embeddable version of EDA Playground, you can now test-drive SVUnit right here on AgileSoC.com! Below, you’ll find the SVUnit example I explained back in December in a post called Demo SVUnit on EDAPlayground.com. Code editing is the same, … Continue reading

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SVUnit a Game Changer for this FPGA Team

Received a very nice endorsement for SVUnit today from a new user doing FGPA development and running Modelsim… Our company focuses on FPGAs.  SVUnit is a GAME CHANGER for FPGAs.  FPGAs are different from ASICs, in that bugs can be … Continue reading

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Unit Testing on Youtube, Cadence.com and DVCon

Started my day with some encouraging observations that I wanted to share… First, Victor Lyuboslavsky has posted a couple of youtube videos where he covers some of the basics of unit testing and SVUnit. These are good beginner videos that show … Continue reading

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