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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Hardware-Software Co-Simulation with the AVR in VHDL

From: Mike S.
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Hardware-Software Co-Simulation with the AVR in VHDL
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 18:07:44 +0000

Imagine an AVR simulator like AVR Studio with schematic capture
capabilities that allows to connect the AVR to an external device
described in VHDL (made by me). It could have external stimulus, or
RS232 console simulation, etc. These are my needs!
This way, I could debug the VHDL code (it would have access to
internal states) and the AVR software and the AVR-VHDL Device
It would save a lot of time comparing to the debug process in the real hardware.


On 1/21/06, Galen Seitz <address@hidden> wrote:
> Mike S. <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply galen!
> > But I need a ready to use software for AVR and VHDL Co-simulation!
> > At the present I don't have the time to invest in a custom simulator!!
> > I know an old software (I think), called QuickSim Pro (for Solaris)
> > that was capable of board level simulation with VHDL models. The
> > example was with an 8051. Does anyone know a software like this for
> > Linux or Windows?
> I guess I'm a bit confused about your needs.  Are you looking for something
> that combines a VHDL simulator with something like GDB?  If so, what
> are doing that requires that requires that level of sophistication?  I
> was imagining you building your AVR software and then just dropping it
> into the AVR model and running a board level VHDL simulation.
> galen

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