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vMAGIC uses vHDL for its syntax. This makes it stand out among other VHDL simulators. The vMAGIC program is written in C and C++, and therefore can simulate hardware units and VHDL cells. In addition to the VHDL syntax, the API’s FFT component allows it to simulate the entire FFT algorithm including coefficient computations, twiddle multiplications, etc. All the calculations are performed using IEEE 754 format, and result in real number output. It is also possible to read back the results in hex format.
The main functions of vMAGIC are:
* Parse VHDL
* Simulate VHDL
* Analyze VHDL
* The New API

The New API is vMAGIC’s newest innovation, which enables the user to embed VHDL syntax within a main program. The syntax becomes part of the main program and can be used in the same manner as any other constructs in the VHDL language. Some of the constructs include:
* Function blocks
* Simple expressions
* Functions
* If-then-else
* Guarded loops
* While loops

The New API:

The New API is a way to express code in VHDL by embedding VHDL constructs in a main program. In the previous version of the API the user had to use the following syntax to call the basic VHDL constructs:
code_name syntax

The new API allows you to specify the syntax like any other constructor of the VHDL language.

This allows the user to call the basic constructs of the VHDL language in a single statement, and the result is a valid VHDL program.

See also
List of simulation tools

External links

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vMAGIC extends the DECIMAL and BYTES standard data types to support addition of several high level language features such as comments, labels and user defined types. These new types can then be used to create generators and analyzers. vMAGIC adds support for Labels. Labels provide an intuitive way to create entity names and namespaces.
A label is simply a name by which the user can refer to a particular entity. Labels are created by prefacing the name of an entity with a semicolon (;).

Reference documentation is available:

Version 1.0.1
Version 1.0.2


Category:Computer programming toolsTuesday, December 21, 2009

Georgetown: Laura Bush’s Baby Names

President George W. Bush leaves the church of Saint Martin in the Fields in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. with Laura Bush and the former first lady before the funeral service for Princess Diana at Westminster Abbey. Bush and Laura Bush, a native of Midland, Texas, are seen here. (AP Photo/Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum, File)

Here’s a list of Laura Bush’s and other senior Bush children’s baby names. It looks like a baby-naming service, which is how the Bush Family, the former first family, has spent years naming their progeny, down to the oldest grandchildren.

Although I’ve seen lists of the baby names of the other Bush children, none of the others has really caught my eye, but a lot of these seem like names I might pick for my own children.Anna Winger as Max and Scarlet Johansson as Dr. Wren in “Under the Skin”

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vMAGIC uses a programming model to create VHDL code that is compliant to the ’93 VHDL standard.
The Programming model defines how constructs such as design units and blocks are used.
This allows for the creation of VHDL code that can then be verified against the ’93 standard.


The VHDL ’93 standard includes a set of rules that describe the correct syntax to be used in VHDL design units and blocks.
These rules describe how blocks may be nested, how each module may be constructed and how each design unit may be composed.
As with most standard, it is useful to be able to have a parser that can validate VHDL code against the standard.
vMAGIC allows for the creation of such a parser.
The ’93 VHDL standard is still a work in progress and changes are still being made, this allows vMAGIC to keep a close track of these changes and how they affect the parser.

Version History

vMAGIC is written in Java and is available for free from the Software Libre VLSC
The latest version of the vMAGIC library is version 0.4.2.
This version includes a number of bug fixes.

See also

VHDL (a specification)
VHDL’93 (a specification)
Software Libre VLSC


External links
vMAGIC home page
Software Libre VLSC web site

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