Are You Afraid of Breakpoints?
Posted by Yaron Ilani on May 17th, 2012
Are you afraid of breakpoints? Don’t worry, many of us have been. After all, breakpoints are for software folks, not for us chip heads, right??
Well, not really… In many ways, chip verification is pretty much a software project.
Still, most of the people I know fall into one of these two categories – the $display person, or the breakpoints person.
The former doesn’t like breakpoints. He or she would rather fill up their code with $display’s and UVM_INFO’s and recompile their code every time around.
The latter likes and appreciates breakpoints and uses them whenever possible instead of traditional $display commands.
So if you are the second type – here’s some great news from DVE that will help you be even more efficient.
And $display folks – stay tuned as it may be time for you to finally convert
In this short video I show how to use Object ID’s – a new infrastructure in DVE – to break in a specific class instance !
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