VHDL has come a long way in terms of complexity. An integrated development environment helps you deliver better and more compliant code quickly.
Learn how an IDE offers on-the-fly, auto-correct and informed analysis of VHDL code to speed project quality and delivery.
More commonly associated with SystemVerilog, IDEs can also greatly help users of the popular HDL for FPGA, mil/aero and other designs.
Power intent files have increased efficiency and the use of an IDE can prevent them becoming outdated as a design evolves.
Refactoring saves time and resuources by converting code to a common format and eliminates redundancies to make it more readable and maintainable.
An IDE designed to catch typographical errors, missing declarations and inconsistent references in your code can hugely reduce your time in debug.
Text editors have major debug limitations that the use of hyperlinks in integrated development environments help you overcome.
A static-analysis tool that checks for errors in HDL code, lint is becoming an increasingly important addition to simulation for RTL and SoC signoff.
The FPGA vendor's new flagship is now on public release. It adds an array of features, including support for system-level to HDL synthesis.
VHDL is a hardware description language with rich constructs that can model complex systems. It can also be constrained for use as the starting point of an FPGA or ASIC design.
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