kandi X-RAY | chisel Summary
kandi X-RAY | chisel Summary
Chisel is a collection of LLDB commands to assist in the debugging of iOS apps. [Installation • Commands • Custom Commands • Development Workflow Contributing • License]. For a comprehensive overview of LLDB, and how Chisel complements it, read Ari Grant's Dancing in the Debugger — A Waltz with LLDB in issue 19 of objc.io.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Parse the expression
- Evaluate expression value
- Returns the instance method of the given class
- Checks if the given class implements the given selector
- Parse arguments
- Evaluate a boolean expression
- Generate temporary file path
- Evaluate an integer expression
- Builds an instance variable
- Set border width
- Displays component hierarchy for a given view
- Prints the description of the UI
- Print the initial response
- Prints the object description
- Run pbc
- Prints the class methods
- Paint an object
- Start the debugger
- Return a string representation of the property
- Parse block
- Prints the view hierarchy
- Default encoding
- Render the widget
- Runs the command
- Runs the event
- Run the command
chisel Key Features
chisel Examples and Code Snippets
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Trending Discussions on chisel
I followed the MMIO Peripherals page from the Chipyard documentation to learn about adding modules to rocket-chip within Chipyard framework - and all that seems to have worked pretty well. I summed up my experiences and tried to write it in a slower pace on the pages of the Chisel Learning Journey <== adding that only if the person answering question may want to take a look and see that I've got everything working correctly. In other words, I added the MMIO with in the
example package of Chipyard and it compiles, generates simulator, responds properly to toy benchmark I devised, I even see the corresponding waveforms in gtkwave.
Now, the next step I would like to take is to separate this dummy design (it literally just reads from a memory mapped register that holds a hardcoded value) from the chipyard/rocket-chip infrastructure in the sense that it is housed in a separate repo, that will become a submodule of my chipyard. So, to do that, I've started from this page and took all the steps as given there:
- a new repo was created, called it
- into the
build.sbtof the following content:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 16:36
The error comes from the
lazy val my-chip and
package my-chip. If you want to use a
- in a scala name you can wrap the name in backticks, like
I want to develop a generic AXI4 peripheral with Chisel. Can I use the Rocket-Chip's AMBA library for this purpose? I could only find the document in the link below on this subject;
However, the example in this document is designed to be used with the Rocket-Chip. I want to develop a standalone AXI4 peripheral....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 16:44
Your question mentions following:
- I want to develop a standalone Axi4 peripheral
When I had started developing AXI4 interfaces in Chisel, my starting point was the Chisel official documentation where they start with a typical Verilog peripheral using AXI4 for a write channel as following:
I'm trying to instantiate one of two chisel Module according to boolean parameter....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-17 at 18:29
I've written a new doc about upgrading from Chisel 3.4 to 3.5 that deals with this issue. It's not live on the website yet but will be once Chisel 3.5.0-RC2 is released. Here's a link to the doc: https://gist.github.com/jackkoenig/4949f6a455ae74923bbcce10dbf846b5#value-io-is-not-a-member-of-chisel3module
In sort, from Scala's perspective,
MyModule2 actually do not have the same interface, even though they are structurally the same. The trick is to factor out that interface into a named
Bundle class and then use that in each of those modules. You then make each
Module extend a
trait that has that interface, and then Scala will know that the interfaces are the same.
For more information and examples, see the above linked doc.
I was trying to use queue class in chisel3.util.
I tested my source with chisel tester.
However, the results on the terminal don't match what i exepcted
My source code looks like below....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-14 at 08:40
c.io.Ready signal before the last step.
I wanted to initialize memory test code in chisel 3.
I referred the code from this website (https://www.chisel-lang.org/chisel3/docs/appendix/experimental-features#loading-memories)...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 08:32
It's seem to be a path problem. Give the path of your memory content file in tester code when you instantiate module :
My code looks something like this at the moment:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-06 at 17:40
Perhaps there is a better solution, but you could use the parameter optionsAfterRender in the Options binding in order to modify the
I am designing a Chisel module with the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 14:29
The error comes from the left hand side of the connect operation:
digit should be defined as
The following line of code
val mod_subexp_array = Vec(9, Module(new SubTaylor(fepar)).io) produces the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 21:20
What you want to write is the following:
I'm trying to share an analog value and it's flipped value between two blackbox module, but
! aren't members of
How would we flip an Analog signal's value in chisel? I don't think width would be a problem since my analog values have a width of one....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 20:25
The best solution I can think of is generating the flipped value internally in the Verilog Blackbox.
I have created a basic module that is meant to represent a unit of memory in Chisel3:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 04:17
Drakinite's comment is correct. You need to make sure to step the clock in order to see the register latch the value. I tweaked your test to include a couple of steps and it works as expected:
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