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VHDL'87: avoiding that "file not found" leads to fatal error

 
 
sigwalt sigwalt is offline
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      09-04-2007
Hi all,

i think a simulation environment must be able to cope with new input files
without collapsing, just because there is an optional input file missing.
EVEN IF VHDL'87 is indeed VERY POOR as far as file handling is concerned
(the line
file stimulus: TEXT is in "optionalstuff.dat";
always leads to a FATAL error in case the file is missing)

does anyone know a way to avoid the "file not found" bug?

maybe a Modelsim setting?

thanx
sean
 
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