• Are there any Free Verilog Simulators for Students???

    From misterdavid218@gmail.com@21:1/5 to jerry jones on Wed Oct 10 13:49:40 2018
    On Tuesday, 5 September 2000 23:41:22 UTC-7, jerry jones wrote:
    Hello,

    I need to know if there are any good free Verilog Simulators.
    Currently I am using Cadence Verilog at school but Cadence doesn't
    seem to have a "student version" that I can download and use at home.

    If anyone has any suggestions or web pages that they can direct me it
    would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    jjones

    Sorry I'm about 18 years too late, but for those who are still searching, I just found a Verilog editor extension for the Eclipse IDE. The Eclipse IDE is a very handy tool in itself and is published under the GNU license, so it's more community-driven
    than Visual Studio. The plugin seems to be fully functional, so it seems to be a win-win for those of you still in need of a Verilog editor/simulator for your home.

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  • From gnuarm.deletethisbit@gmail.com@21:1/5 to jerry jones on Wed Oct 10 17:54:15 2018
    On Wednesday, September 6, 2000 at 2:41:22 AM UTC-4, jerry jones wrote:
    Hello,

    I need to know if there are any good free Verilog Simulators.
    Currently I am using Cadence Verilog at school but Cadence doesn't
    seem to have a "student version" that I can download and use at home.

    If anyone has any suggestions or web pages that they can direct me it
    would be greatly appreciated.

    I use the Lattice Semiconductor tools which include a free copy of the Aldec Active-HDL simulator which supports both Verilog and VHDL. I don't know so much about Verilog, but if you want to use VHDL-2008 you have to enable that option in every new
    project.

    Rick C.

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