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A hardware description language (HDL) is a specialized computer language used to describe the structure and behavior of electronic circuits, and most commonly, digital logic circuits. Probably the best known digital simulators are those based on Verilog and VHDL.
impulse is a powerful waveform viewer and analyser tool, helping engineers to comfortably understand and debug complex semiconductor and multi-core software systems.
There are a number of HDL related file formats supported with this extension to read, display and analyze the simulation output. FSDB, FST and WLF are supported using native extensions (FSDB and WLF require 3rd party libraries), wheras eVCD, VZT and LXT2 require an external vcd conversion tool. VCD and analouge tabular files are supported by the core features of impulse.
Additionally you find a SCV reader for TLM (System-C TLM-2) transaction tracing. impulse allows you to visualize using association curves your transactions including navigation buttons.
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Submitted by RongAn Zheng on Thu, 2018-02-08 20:02
I managed to make lxt2vcd working by completing path on a mac.
In Linux lxt2vcd was installed in /usr/bin, dragging .lxt file into eclipse works. But doesn't work if it's imported.
Discussion here is helpful, but figure might not be the most efficient method.
Submitted by Thomas Haber on Wed, 2018-02-07 12:37
In Oxygen > Preferences > impulse > Serializers you need to double-click the LXT2 serializer. This opens a dialogue were you can edit path and command.
Submitted by RongAn Zheng on Thu, 2018-02-08 18:40
Thanks for reply,
Enter Path for Command inside the Path field and click [Add] button, it works.
Not very intuitive for me in the first glance.
Submitted by RongAn Zheng on Tue, 2018-02-06 21:53
Oxygen > Preferences > impulse > Serializers doesn't seem to allow me to type path.
lxt2vcd is installed in /opt/local/bin/lxt2vcd
I can manually convert lxt to vcd and use impulse to open vcd without issue.
Submitted by Geert Daelemans on Wed, 2016-06-22 05:53
Can in be that this is not compatible with the Mars 4.5.2 release of Eclipse?
Submitted by Thomas Haber on Fri, 2016-06-24 14:18
No its still compatible. I check with Marketplace whats going wrong.
Submitted by Geert Daelemans on Thu, 2016-07-07 07:50
That latest update did the trick!
Thank you very much,
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