Intel® Compiler for SystemC*
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Intel® Compiler for SystemC* (ICSC) translates synthesizable SystemC design to synthesizable SystemVerilog design.
ICSC supports SystemC synthesizable subset in method and thread processes and arbitrary C++ code in module constructors. The tool produces human-readable SystemVerilog for complex multi-module designs in tens of seconds. ICSC performs design checks to detect non-synthesizable code and common coding mistakes.
See more information at Intel Compiler for SystemC wiki.
ICSC is distributed under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
ICSC is based on Clang/LLVM frontend and can be installed at most Linux OS.
An instruction how to build and run ISCS at Ubuntu 20.04 is given at Getting started.
User guide document describes installation procedure, run tool options, preparation of SystemC design for ICSC, and also tool extensions and advanced verification features.
SystemC/C++ various features supported by ICSC described at SystemC/C++ supported.
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