Why You Should be Using Python/MyHDL as Your HDL

Christopher Felton
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Hardware Description Languages (HDLs) revolutionized the digital hardware design landscape when they were introduced 30 years ago. The majority of the complex digital hardware (IC and FPGA) - that has irreversibly changed our lives - was enabled by HDLs-mainly Verilog and VHDL. Although the mainstay HDLs have had much success, they haven't fundamentally changed since their inception. The defacto HDLs, Verilog and VHDL, have evolved over time, but this is good and bad. These languages have new features but some newer language constructs don't fit well with existing constructs - not a clean design. MyHDL strives to be an HDL based on proven concepts that can be powerful yet elegantly expressed (i.e. clean design)




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jamal.zare
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thanks for your attention.
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sryzdn
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The link seems to be broken!
3 months ago
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cfelton
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The link is broken, it was assumed the old myhdl site would be around indefinitely but that seems to have changed. Will try and fix the link asap.
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JonStark1
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The link doesn't work.
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