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microchip_zhang
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Registered: ‎08-15-2017

why the compiling step do not need the precompiled libraries ?

r1.pngrefer to the figure above which is the clip of the compile.do file , the "compile" step in compile.do file has get  all the source files such as primitive which needed ?

so the "compile" step do not need to use the precompiled libraries ?

Formerly, I have used Altera ,and the "compile" step will  use the precompiled libraries,so I feel it is odd here ?

 

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graces
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Registered: ‎07-16-2008

The xvlog command is the Verilog parser. The xvlog command parses the Verilog source file(s) and stores the parsed dump into a HDL library on disk.

The pre-compiled libraries reference occurs in elaboration (xelab). xelab loads children design units using language binding rules or the -L <library> command line specified HDL libraries.

 

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