How to write a Perl script to analyze the I/O dependency of a Verilog code?
Here is an interesting question:
"Given a combinational circuit, for each primary output, find the
number of primary inputs that this output depends on."
It is easy to do structual analysis for a small-size circuit. But for a
circuit with million gates, we need to find a effecient way.
Now assume a gate-level Verilog code for this circuit is given, I plan
to write a script (e.g., Perl) to scan this Verilog code, then for each
output, trace back to find the primary input on which it depends. But I
am new to both Perl and Verilog. :(
So could you please give me any suggestion or any script example for
references? or is there other way to address this problem effeceintly?
Thanks very much!
Re: How to write a Perl script to analyze the I/O dependency of a Verilog code?
And also, can Verilog PLI deal with this problem?
Please give me a hint... Thanks!
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