ANN: Multi-port register-file (memory) generator

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by Nikolaos Kavvadias, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. "mprfgen" is a simple-minded multi-port memory generator that you can
    use for your VHDL designs. It can generate either generic or Xilinx-
    specific (through component instantiation) multi-port memories.

    "mprfgen" was written during the course of a few days back in 2007. I
    guess I'm releasing this now since it is still useful and relevant. I
    would appreciate any comments and suggestions regarding its
    improvement.

    You can find this little tool at this website: http://www.nkavvadias.co.cc
    Direct link is: http://www.nkavvadias.co.cc/misc/mprfgen.zip

    "mprfgen" is licensed under the LGPL, version 3.

    Kind regards
    Nikolaos Kavvadias (nikolaos<dot-here!>kavvadias#at#gmail.com)
    Adjunct lecturer - Research scientist
    Website: http://www.nkavvadias.co.cc
     
    Nikolaos Kavvadias, Oct 7, 2010
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  2. Nikolaos Kavvadias

    Leon Guest

    On 7 Oct, 18:58, Nikolaos Kavvadias <>
    wrote:
    > "mprfgen" is a simple-minded multi-port memory generator that you can
    > use for your VHDL designs. It can generate either generic or Xilinx-
    > specific (through component instantiation) multi-port memories.
    >
    > "mprfgen" was written during the course of a few days back in 2007. I
    > guess I'm releasing this now since it is still useful and relevant. I
    > would appreciate any comments and suggestions regarding its
    > improvement.
    >
    > You can find this little tool at this website:http://www.nkavvadias.co.cc
    > Direct link is:http://www.nkavvadias.co.cc/misc/mprfgen.zip
    >
    > "mprfgen" is licensed under the LGPL, version 3.
    >
    > Kind regards
    > Nikolaos Kavvadias (nikolaos<dot-here!>kavvadias#at#gmail.com)
    > Adjunct lecturer - Research scientist
    > Website:http://www.nkavvadias.co.cc


    Thanks. It built OK with gcc on my Win7 x64 laptop. I've just
    installed the latest Xilinx ISE, and I'll see how it behaves with
    that.

    Leon
     
    Leon, Oct 9, 2010
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