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NOTE: for instructions on how to get going with SVUnit, go to
      www.agilesoc.com/svunit.

NOTE: Refer also to the FAQ at: www.agilesoc.com/svunit/svunit-FAQ



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Release Notes...
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See RELEASE.txt for release notes



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Step-by-step instructions to get a first unit test going...
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1) setup the SVUNIT_INSTALL and PATH environment variables
>export SVUNIT_INSTALL=`pwd`
>export PATH=$PATH:$SVUNIT_INSTALL"/bin"

1a) or you can source the Setup.bsh (if you use the bash shell)
>source Setup.bsh

1b) or you can source the Setup.csh (if you use the csh shell)
>source Setup.csh

2) go somewhere outside SVUNIT_INSTALL (i.e. where you are right now)
and start a class-under-test
---
  bogus.sv:
    class bogus;
    endclass
---

3) generate the unit test
>create_unit_test.pl bogus.sv

4) add tests using the helper macros
---
  bogus_unit_test.sv:
    `SVUNIT_TESTS_BEGIN
    //===================================
    // Unit test: test_mytest
    //===================================
    `SVTEST(test_mytest)
    `SVTEST_END

    `SVUNIT_TESTS_END
---

5) run the unittests
>runSVUnit -s <simulator> # simulator is ius, questa, modelsim, riviera or vcs

6) repeat steps 4 and 5 until done

7) pat self on back
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