Hi Jim, sorry for the late reply (I got no notifications and I dont check here often)
We currently use Gitlab (local) as our main repo and Firmware pipelines. I have it running well, encouraging people to add their testbenches to the pipeline when complete, so that we find broken testbenches sooner rather than 2 years after the fact! It is…[Read more]
If you wanted to prohibit the testbench from running further after it stops, use std.env.finish instead. It also allows an integer parameter, so you can call it as:
Given @Chengshan mentioned Aldec, I thought I would mention that ActiveHDL in batch mode doesnt currently return the value from finish() or stop() or…[Read more]
Here, I have all testbenches set up running OSVVM all good. But where Im at a little bit of a crossroads is getting opinions on what people use for test orchestration.
Let me give an example. We use ActiveHDL, which I run in batch mode because these tests run as part of CI on gitlab. I have a project with a FIFO that has 3 possible input…[Read more]
Richard Head replied to the topic Question to the OSVVM community: how to approach the methodology, learning curve in the forum OSVVM 3 years, 7 months ago
I am answering as someone in a simular position to you, who now has a good working knowledge of OSVVM and a full AXI4 Verification BFM available to me hand written using my own interfacing around OSVVM features. I have never done any OSVVM training, but I do have a background with some experience of SV and UVM.
1. I cannot comment on…[Read more]