Discussion in 'VHDL' started by Michael, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. Michael

    Michael Guest

    I'm trying to implement a PCI bus, and i'm trying to interpret C/BE
    for the number of words to be read.. what i have done is, to have one
    process that "listens" for C/BE and interprets it, then in another
    process, it decrements the count per read.. I get the multi source
    error, because I can't modify the same signal in 2 processes.. How
    else can I approach this? The following is my code:
    counting: process(C_BE, AD)
    case DEV_RTYP is
    when "0100" =>
    count <= "010";
    when "0101" =>
    count <= "011";
    when others =>
    end case;
    end process counting;

    out_logic: process(current_state, DEV_DATA, DEV_ADDR, DEV_RTYP,
    case current_state is
    when "00011" =>
    IRDY <= '1';
    DRV_RDY <= '1';
    DEV_DATA <= AD;
    if LAST = '1' then
    FRAME <= '0';
    FRAME <= '1';
    end if;
    count <= count - 1;
    end process out_logic;

    please help

    thank you
    Michael, Sep 17, 2003
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  2. Michael

    Mario Trams Guest

    y <= a when en_a = '1' else (others => 'Z');
    y <= b when en_b = '1' else (others => 'Z');

    Mario Trams, Sep 17, 2003
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  3. Michael

    Dan RADUT Guest

    (Michael) wrote in message Hi:

    Try as I suggest below:
    -- add current_state to this process sensitivity list, that is change this line
    -- of code to:
    -- coounting: process(C_BE, AD, current_state)
    -- here insert this piece of code:
    -- if current_state = "00011" then
    -- count <= count - 1;
    -- else
    -- null;
    -- end if;
    -- then go to the other process and...
    -- delete (or comment) the statement below: thus you remove the second source
    -- of the count driver.
    good luck,

    Dan R
    Dan RADUT, Sep 17, 2003
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