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SVEditor (SystemVerilog Editor) represents an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) based on Eclipse, which can be used to create and edit Verilog and SystemVerilog files. It’s wrapped in a familiar interface and contains comprehensive options for source code editing.
The software utility features support for syntax highlights and content assist to simplify your work by helping you quickly spot blocks of code. Additional functions available in this application include source indent and indent, along with structure display. It facilitates cross-linking between data structure usage and declaration, in addition to a class hierarchy viewer.
Verilog represents a language dedicated to hardware description and verification utilized to design electronic systems as well as to verify analog, mixed-signal and genetic circuits. SystemVerilog is a successor that enhances its functionalities.
To install this IDE, it’s necessary to first install SVE from this page (IDE for SystemVerilog) as well as DVKit, another IDE made by the same developer, which comes bundled with Eclipse and several editors. Next, you can integrate SVEditor with an existing Eclipse IDE via Eclipse Marketplace.
The tool is released under Eclipse Public License. Complete user documentation is available at the developer’s website, including tutorials, examples, developer resources, videos, and an installation guide.

 

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|SVEditor is a native source code editor for SystemVerilog that supports all the features one needs for development, verification, and related activities.
It’s integrated into Eclipse, so you can conveniently develop, debug, and test your designs.
SVEditor meets all the basic demands:
| Syntax highlighting
| Code completion
| Code folding
| General indent
| Indent automatically
| Tabs
| Tight integration in Eclipse
| Support for syntax highlight on files
| Embedded debugging support for compiled files
| Source-level error highlighting
| Support for FSI debugging
| Class hierarchy viewer
| Source structure highlighting
| Source structure completion
| Support for auto formatting on save
| Code assistance
| PDF generation
| Support for SV syntax in other IDEs
| Author support
| OVCL plugins
| SV coverage reports
| SV coverage UI customization
| SV Modeling
| SV debug port inspection
| SV program flow analysis
| SV post-process chain analysis
| SV duplex port simulation
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| SOS block
| SOS signature
| SOS graph
| SOS circuit layout
| SOS interface block
| SOS signal sink
| SOS signal source
| SOS diagnostic block
| SOS diagnostics
| SOS root node extraction
| SOS decomposition
| SOS attribute layout
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| SV conditional coverage analysis
| SV conditional coverage UI customization
| SV coverage reports
| SV debug port inspection
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SVEditor is an SRS (SystemVerilog Source Editor) for editing SystemVerilog and Verilog source code (especially using DVKit).
Features:
SystemVerilog syntax highlighter and code assist. Auto indent code with correct indent for structures/scopes.
Class hierarchy view.
DvKit (Support for DVKit) : DVKit is a SystemVerilog language specification-compliant, DVGate-aware SystemVerilog front-end that provides an Eclipse-based IDE.
Instant sync : Synchronize between DVKit and SVEditor at each keystroke.
Indent, fill, split lines : Save space by indenting code, fill lines and split lines.
Syntax check : Code check in source files (data and interfaces) with checkers (FxCop, FAST, StyleCop) or verify syntax at file open.

SVUpdater (SystemVerilog Update Server) is a standalone update server software, (installs with the SVEditor IDE) which supports the DVkit language extensions to SVEditor.
Download the latest SVUpdater and SVUpdater-1.5.0.tar.gz.
Please read the readme file included with the SVUpdater-1.5.0.tar.gz for information about how to use this software.
SVUpdater-1.5.0 SVUpdater is an update server software, (installs with the SVEditor IDE) which supports the DVkit language extensions to SVEditor. It provides a function to check the status of SVUpdater in addition to a function to download SVUpdater.
The application works as follows:
1) Each IDE is checked regularly for updates.
2) If a new version of SVUpdater is found, the software directly installs the update version.
3) The update server communicates with the application to download the update.
This is fully automatic, and users have no need to open the application.
Installing SVUpdater on Windows:
After downloading SVUpdater from this page, just unzip the zip file (SVUpdater-1.5.0.zip) and run the program.
Additionally, it is possible to install SVUpdater for all users.
To do this, delete the SVUpdater-1.
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SVEditor is SVEdit’s successor, in that it inherits the best of SVEdit and offers extensions to meet the broad and growing needs of SystemVerilog.
Advantages:
– Highlight syntax for Verilog and SystemVerilog
– Code coverage with detailed display for all levels
– Allows navigation between classes and subclasses
– Powerful Search tool
– Function to view class and data structures
– Highlighting of all underlying specifications
– Find reference information using the IDEs internal database
– Fast
– Easy to use
Requirements:
In order to use SVEditor you will need:
A registered account at
Install DVKit into your Eclipse IDE (see below)
Request an Eclipse IDE key from the DVKit homepage. If you do not have a key you can make one.
Install SVEditor into the same folder as DVKit
If you are using SVEditor 1.2, make sure that the options are set to match DVKit 1.2 (see screenshot below).
Install SystemVerilog Toolkit 8.3 or later into your Eclipse IDE (see below)
Request a SystemVerilog toolkit key from the SystemVerilog Toolkit homepage.
Install SVEditor into the same folder as the SystemVerilog toolkit.
Create your own welcome page (see below)
Optionally, you can check for updates at
Create your own welcome page for your SVEditor environment.
SVEditor 1.3 key
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Update to the latest version of Eclipse (see the product page below)
If you are using a later version of Eclipse, you will need to acquire the missing SVEditor-Eclipse (see below)
Or you can install SVEditor into a separate Eclipse environment and then import your SVEditor settings into your Eclipse environment.
SVEditor-Eclipse
SVEditor-Eclipse
How to install SVEditor in Eclipse using Eclipse Marketplace.
1) Install Eclipse SDK, the latest version (Ice-Cream-Sandwich).
2) Install SVEditor.
3) Install DVKit (
4) Go to Eclipse Marketplace
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gives you the complete list of a project or directory of files and folders.

Allows you to “Cut”, “Copy”, “Paste” or move files/folders from one location to another.

gives you an autocompletion list for the next file/folder you are going to add.

Allows you to add a new folder, to delete existing folder.

Each file/folder will be auto-renamed to match the destination folder, provided you don’t rename them first. You may rename them in any way you like. You can also choose what file/folder to be added, which will be added to the end of the list.

To navigate files with SVEditor you can use arrow keys and arrow keys, page up and page down keys.

To open a file/folder, click on the green arrow button. Files will be displayed in a list at the bottom of the interface. To open a specific file/folder, click on the appropriate entry.

To edit a file, it will be opened with the corresponding application (File/Edit with DVKit).

Tips:

To show full path of the file/folder, press ALT key and click the folder. Or double click the folder to open the directory in the software.

Press ENTER key to open a file with DVKit.

To move a file/folder up or down the list, press UP or DOWN key.

To remove a file/folder from the list, press ESC key.

To highlight a file/folder in the list, press SHIFT key.

To show a file/folder in the directory tree list, press ALT key.

To show a file/folder in the “Current” list, press CTRL key.

To show the selected file in the “Current” list, press SHIFT key and click on “Open”.

To show all file/folders in the “Current” list, press CTRL key and click on “File”.

To show the files in the “Current” list, press CTRL and click on “Files”.

To move a file/folder up, press SHIFT key and click on the folder.

To move a file/folder down, press SHIFT key and click on the file.

To move a file/folder down one level, press CTRL key, SHIFT key and click on the file.

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Version 1.10.2 has the following fixes for NVIDIA SHIELD.
Removed the following code blocks from the BSP files
case NVIDIA_SHIELD :
Code:
if (mc.parms->cv_shreldhdr)
gfx_write_shreldhdr (mc.parms->hdr_addr);
else
// cout

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