use SimVision commands with Perl

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  1. dm_manu

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    Aug 3, 2006
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    bonjour
    j'ai compiler et simuer les codes vhdl a partir de logiciel SimVision Cadence avec les commandes (ncvhdl, ncsim...)
    est ce que je peux lancer ces commandes a partir du langage Perl sans utiliser la console du SimVion?
     
  2. dm_manu

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    Aug 3, 2006
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    pour simuler un code vhdl sur la console du SimVision j'ecris selemment:
    ncsim e:/work/fichier.vhd
    mais comment je peut faire a partir de la console de Perl sans utiliser la console du SimVision.
    j'ai deja fais avec la methode sur Perl:
    system "ncsim e:/work/fichier.vhd"
    exec "ncsim e:/work/fichier.vhd"
    mais ne marche pas
     
  3. Papabravo

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  4. dm_manu

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    hello
    can I use perl to execute the comand of simvion for simulate vhdl without using
    command windows of simvision?
     
  5. Dave

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    Literally translated:

    Hello, I have to compile and simulate the codes vhdl from software SimVision Cadence with the orders (ncvhdl, ncsim...). Can I launch these orders from language Perl without using the console of SimVision?

    Dave
     
  6. Dave

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    Literally translated:

    To simulate a vhdl code on the console of SimVision I select: ncsim "e:/work/fichier.vhd", but how I can make it do this from the Perl cosole without using the console of SimVision. I have already made a method on Perl: system "ncsim e:/work/fichier.vhd" exec "ncsim e:/work/fichier.vhd", but it does not work.

    Being unfamiliar with both SimVision and Perl I'm not sure if my translation makes any sense, but its a start.

    EDITED: I have merged the French and English threads into one.

    Dave
     
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