I'd like to get the simulation waveform dump file when I do run the simulation of AT421-MN-80001.
there is some options in makefile such as
# NC verilog optionNCSIM_OPTIONS = -unbuffered -status -LICQUEUE -f ncsim.args -cdslib cds.lib -hdlvar hdl.var -NBASYNC +TarmacI +TarmacM +TarmacR +TarmacB +TarmacENC_VC_OPTIONS = -f $(TBENCH_VC)
after all test passed, I can't find any waveform dump file of nc.
would you please let me how do I get the waveform of the at421 simulation?
and I find someting snap. but I don't know what am I supposed to do with this snap..
Would yo uplease let me know does anyone know this to use?
Each supplier of Verilog simulators typically has their own specialised ways of generating optimised trace files, thus a better / tool-specific set of commands can likely be found in your Verilog simulator's documentation, however, the Verilog standard's portable way of generating waveforms is to add something like the following to a module in one of your Verilog files:
where "top" should be replaced with the name of the top-most module in your design.
Note that in addition, for NC-Verilog to produce anything other than an empty set of waveforms, you will likely need to ensure that either "-access+r" or "+access+r" are used during compilation.
Running the simulation will now produce a "waveforms.vcd" file, which, if you're using NC, can likely be viewed via "simvision waveforms.vcd".
Thanks it works well. great.