This is pretty much just a simple page as a placeholder
for Verilog info around the Web as well as some Verilog
crap that I've cobbled together. Enjoy.
- Stay tuned for exciting future developments. Or something. I
do actually have a thing or two but I'm still deciding on
whether or not to release them under BSD license or just
keep them in my grubby little hands for potential patents.
- Mark Mabry's vlog-mode for emacs.
Resources Not Here
- A good starting point for finding information regarding
Verilog and EDA in general.
- On-line Verilog Quick Reference Guide
- Pretty much syntax reference for the Verilog language.
- Alternate Verilog FAQ
- What can I say? It's a FAQ on Verilog
- HDL References and Tutorials
- Some links to tutorials for Verilog and, ugh, VHDL (does anybody
still use VHDL?). :)
- Verilog Links
- Yet more Verilog links, including to some free EDA tools
- A rather large assortment of open-source IP cores. Lots of
projects going on. Sort of a
SourceForge for hardware
That's right, I said free.
- Icarus Verilog
- If you're unemployed and wanna play, this is your friend.
- A very ol^H^H^H mature VCD waveform viewer. Developed at DEC back
in the 80's and now it's ready for you. I like it better (way,
way better) than GTKWave
- A GTK+-based VCD wave viewer.
- Synapticad's Free Wave Viewer
- Synapticad's free wave viewer. Kinda useless to those only
running Linux as it's a Windows app.
Last modified: Fri Jul 4 01:25:44 2003
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