The result of translating a Verilog or SystemVerilog design.
(vl-translation-p x) is a defaggregate of the following fields.
- good — Fully translated modules, etc., for whatever subset of the
overall design we were able to successfully translate.
This is the "good subset" of the design.
Invariant (vl-design-p good).
- bad — Partially translated modules, etc., that, for whatever
reason, we were unable to successfully translate. The
modules here will typically have fatal warnings. This This
is the "bad subset" or at least the "unsupported subset"
of the design.
Invariant (vl-design-p bad).
- orig — The raw, unsimplified design that we obtained immediately
after parsing. This can be useful for pretty-printing and
Invariant (vl-design-p orig).
- filemap — The actual Verilog source code that was read. Occasionally
this is useful for understanding warnings that refer to
particular file locations.
Invariant (vl-filemap-p filemap).
- defines — Records all of the `define directives that were
encountered during parsing, and their final values. This is
sometimes useful for extracting definitions like opcodes,
Invariant (vl-defines-p defines).
Source link: vl-translation-p
Translation objects are most commonly produced by the defmodules command.
- Raw constructor for vl-translation-p structures.
- Constructor macro for vl-translation-p structures.
- A copying macro that lets you create new vl-translation-p structures, based on existing structures.
- Check whether a module was successfully translated.
- Constructor macro for honsed vl-translation-p structures.
- Raw constructor for honsed vl-translation-p structures.
- Get an E Module for a successfully translated module.
- Access the orig field of a vl-translation-p structure.
- Access the good field of a vl-translation-p structure.
- Access the filemap field of a vl-translation-p structure.
- Access the defines field of a vl-translation-p structure.
- Access the bad field of a vl-translation-p structure.