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clash doesn't respect -outputdir option #125

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expipiplus1 opened this Issue Feb 8, 2016 · 4 comments

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expipiplus1 commented Feb 8, 2016

As far as I can tell the vhdl directory is always created in the current working directory. It would be handy to be able to redirect this output from the command line.

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I'll see about adding this feature to the next release, which will probably within 1.5-2 weeks.

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christiaanb commented Feb 8, 2016

I'll see about adding this feature to the next release, which will probably within 1.5-2 weeks.

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@expipiplus1 One question though: currently, files end up in vdhl/<ModuleName>; with your proposed -outputdir option, do you want files to end up in outputdir/vhdl/<ModuleName>, or in outputdir, or something else?

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christiaanb commented Feb 9, 2016

@expipiplus1 One question though: currently, files end up in vdhl/<ModuleName>; with your proposed -outputdir option, do you want files to end up in outputdir/vhdl/<ModuleName>, or in outputdir, or something else?

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I'd expect things to end up in outputdir/vhdl/<ModuleName>

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expipiplus1 commented Feb 9, 2016

I'd expect things to end up in outputdir/vhdl/<ModuleName>

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So, in the next version of CLaSH we will have:

  • hdl files can be written to a directory (set by the -clash-hdldir flag) other than the current working directory.
    Also respects the -outputdir directory, unless:
    • -clash-hdldir is set to a different directory.
    • -hidir, -stubdir, and -dumbdir are not the same directory as -odir
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christiaanb commented Feb 10, 2016

So, in the next version of CLaSH we will have:

  • hdl files can be written to a directory (set by the -clash-hdldir flag) other than the current working directory.
    Also respects the -outputdir directory, unless:
    • -clash-hdldir is set to a different directory.
    • -hidir, -stubdir, and -dumbdir are not the same directory as -odir

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