One thing I've noticed recently, www.eda.org seems to be off-line.
Does anybody know where the vhdl standard body's website is?
The reason I ask is that I wanted to know where VHDL is going in the
future. I know there is suppose to be a new version appearing,
vhdl200x, and I would like to see what it has to offer. Does anybody
know whether it will be supporting high-level constructs such as
SystemVerilog, SystemC or SpecC, or any verification constructs such
as Speccman? I sure hope so...
Re: VHDL standard
> One thing I've noticed recently, www.eda.org seems to be off-line.
> Does anybody know where the vhdl standard body's website is?
VHDL is an IEEE strandard so you should be able to get it from the
standards site of the IEEE.
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