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  1. Vsmake --- A makefile generation utility for use with VHDL Simili

Vsmake V0.03 -- A utility to create makefiles for Unix and Windows. You must have Perl available on your system. This utility will work with VHDL Simili version 2.0 and up. The following are some basic instructions:

  • Download vsmake.zip (6KB) and unzip the contents to extract readme.txt and vsmake.pl.
  • The readme.txt that has a description of the capabilities and some notes.
  • You have to compile your VHDL files using vhdlp at least once into their respective libraries. This will create all necessary dependency information for the vsmake utility to use.
  • This utility assumes that you want a makefile generated for all libraries in the current directory.
  • Run the perl script (vsmake.pl) at the DOS prompt (or at Unix shell prompt). You typically do this using the command "perl vsmake.pl" (assuming that the vsmake.pl file is in the current directory). Running the script with a -h option prints some help.

Contributed by:

Allan Herriman
E-Mail: allanherriman@hotmail.com

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