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[Gnucap-devel] Re: Analog/MS text books?

From: Stephen Williams
Subject: [Gnucap-devel] Re: Analog/MS text books?
Date: Thu, 08 May 2008 09:54:22 -0700
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al davis wrote:
| As to using Icarus as a model compiler for gnucap, I intend to
| do the analog part of code generation and contribute it to the
| Icarus project.  I really do see mixed-signal as a joint
| effort.  It won't happen any other way.

I'm expecting to start tackling the syntax of Verilog-AMS imminently.
I've been working on tiny little bits already (infrastructure to
enable AMS, built-in math functions, scaled reals, the easy stuff
that even discrete can use) and I'm starting to think about parsing
and elaboration of the meaty stuff.

I can work on the parsing and elaboration so that the compiler hands
you (via the ivl_target.h API) a cleaned up design. That'll get my
hands dirty without yet having to do the really deep stuff. It will
also get you something to work with.

Any preferences for syntax elements I should start you with?

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