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Element Blue
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Wed Oct 20, 2004 8:46 am   



Hi,
Sometime back there was a question asked regarding free synthesis
tools.I have the same question.Are there free synthesis tools,even with
any restrictions/evaluation periods/licenses,etc. for students ?
Thanks a lot
Bye

Chris Alexander
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Fri Oct 22, 2004 10:38 pm   



Both Xilinx and Altera offer free synthesis tools for verilog and VHDL
with their webpack and web edition tools.

Icarus Verilog has a synthesis option I belive - that's an open source
verilog simulator. I've never used it but the project is very active,
I imagine it is use-able.

There are some academic open source tools available from UC Berkeley
if that is of interest - no verilog or VHDL though.

Chris

Element Blue <supreet_at_wrongdomain.com> wrote in message news:<Pine.LNX.4.61.0410201144020.12197_at_phenix.rootshell.be>...
Quote:
Hi,
Sometime back there was a question asked regarding free synthesis
tools.I have the same question.Are there free synthesis tools,even with
any restrictions/evaluation periods/licenses,etc. for students ?
Thanks a lot
Bye


Ashutosh Chakraborty
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Sat Oct 30, 2004 10:27 am   



info_at_bostonsemiconductor.com (Chris Alexander) wrote in message news:<376c28cd.0410221338.d37bf02_at_posting.google.com>...
Quote:
Both Xilinx and Altera offer free synthesis tools for verilog and VHDL
with their webpack and web edition tools.

Icarus Verilog has a synthesis option I belive - that's an open source
verilog simulator. I've never used it but the project is very active,
I imagine it is use-able.

There are some academic open source tools available from UC Berkeley
if that is of interest - no verilog or VHDL though.

Chris

Element Blue <supreet_at_wrongdomain.com> wrote in message news:<Pine.LNX.4.61.0410201144020.12197_at_phenix.rootshell.be>...
Hi,
Sometime back there was a question asked regarding free synthesis
tools.I have the same question.Are there free synthesis tools,even with
any restrictions/evaluation periods/licenses,etc. for students ?
Thanks a lot
Bye


Ciao,

Try sis from UC Berkeley website. Search for "sis berkeley eecs" in
Google. Its open source academic tool. Comes with blif2vst and
vst2blif which I use to convert VHDL to BLIF. I do the processing and
use Formality to check the results. Works fine for me.

Regards,
Ashutosh

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