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#ifndef __pform_H
#define __pform_H
* Copyright (c) 1998-2012 Stephen Williams (
* This source code is free software; you can redistribute it
* and/or modify it in source code form under the terms of the GNU
* General Public License as published by the Free Software
* Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option)
* any later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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# include "netlist.h"
# include "HName.h"
# include "named.h"
# include "Module.h"
# include "Statement.h"
# include "AStatement.h"
# include "PGate.h"
# include "PExpr.h"
# include "PTask.h"
# include "PUdp.h"
# include "PWire.h"
# include "verinum.h"
# include "discipline.h"
# include <iostream>
# include <string>
# include <list>
# include <memory>
# include <cstdio>
* These classes implement the parsed form (P-form for short) of the
* original Verilog source. the parser generates the pform for the
* convenience of later processing steps.
* Wire objects represent the named wires (of various flavor) declared
* in the source.
* Gate objects are the functional modules that are connected together
* by wires.
* Wires and gates, connected by joints, represent a netlist. The
* netlist is therefore a representation of the desired circuit.
class PGate;
class PExpr;
class PSpecPath;
class PClass;
class PPackage;
struct vlltype;
* The min:typ:max expression s selected at parse time using the
* enumeration. When the compiler makes a choice, it also prints a
* warning if min_typ_max_warn > 0.
extern enum MIN_TYP_MAX { MIN, TYP, MAX } min_typ_max_flag;
extern unsigned min_typ_max_warn;
PExpr* pform_select_mtm_expr(PExpr*min, PExpr*typ, PExpr*max);
* This flag is true if the lexor thinks we are in a library source
* file.
extern bool pform_library_flag;
* These type are lexical types -- that is, types that are used as
* lexical values to decorate the parse tree during parsing. They are
* not in any way preserved once parsing is done.
/* This is information about port name information for named port
connections. */
struct parmvalue_t {
struct str_pair_t { ivl_drive_t str0, str1; };
struct net_decl_assign_t {
perm_string name;
struct net_decl_assign_t*next;
/* The lgate is gate instantiation information. */
struct lgate {
inline lgate(int =0)
: parms(0), parms_by_name(0), file(NULL), lineno(0)
{ }
string name;
pform_range_t range;
const char* file;
unsigned lineno;
extern std::list<pform_range_t>* make_range_from_width(uint64_t wid);
extern std::list<pform_range_t>* copy_range(std::list<pform_range_t>* orig);
/* Use this function to transform the parted form of the attribute
list to the attribute map that is used later. */
extern void pform_bind_attributes(map<perm_string,PExpr*>&attributes,
bool keep_attr =false);
/* The lexor calls this function to change the default nettype. */
extern void pform_set_default_nettype(NetNet::Type net,
const char*file,
unsigned lineno);
/* Return true if currently processing a program block. This can be
used to reject statements that cannot exist in program blocks. */
extern bool pform_in_program_block(void);
* Look for the given wire in the current lexical scope. If the wire
* (including variables of any type) cannot be found in the current
* scope, then return 0.
extern PWire* pform_get_wire_in_scope(perm_string name);
extern PWire* pform_get_make_wire_in_scope(perm_string name, NetNet::Type net_type, NetNet::PortType port_type, ivl_variable_type_t vt_type);
* The parser uses startmodule and endmodule together to build up a
* module as it parses it. The startmodule tells the pform code that a
* module has been noticed in the source file and the following events
* are to apply to the scope of that module. The endmodule causes the
* pform to close up and finish the named module.
* The program_flag indicates that the module is actually a program
* block. This has implications during parse and during
* elaboration/code generation.
extern void pform_startmodule(const struct vlltype&loc, const char*name,
bool program_block, list<named_pexpr_t>*attr);
extern void pform_check_timeunit_prec();
extern void pform_module_set_ports(vector<Module::port_t*>*);
/* This function is used to support the port definition in a
port_definition_list. In this case, we have everything needed to
define the port, all in one place. */
extern void pform_module_define_port(const struct vlltype&li,
perm_string name,
NetNet::Type type,
ivl_variable_type_t data_type,
bool signed_flag,
extern Module::port_t* pform_module_port_reference(perm_string name,
const char*file,
unsigned lineno);
extern void pform_endmodule(const char*, bool inside_celldefine,
Module::UCDriveType uc_drive_def);
extern void pform_start_class_declaration(const struct vlltype&loc,
extern void pform_class_property(const struct vlltype&loc,
property_qualifier_t pq,
extern void pform_end_class_declaration(void);
extern void pform_start_package_declaration(const struct vlltype&loc,
const char*type);
extern void pform_end_package_declaration(const struct vlltype&loc);
extern void pform_make_udp(perm_string name, list<perm_string>*parms,
svector<PWire*>*decl, list<string>*table,
const char*file, unsigned lineno);
extern void pform_make_udp(perm_string name,
bool sync_flag, perm_string out_name,
const char*file, unsigned lineno);
* Enter/exit name scopes. The push_scope function pushes the scope
* name string onto the scope hierarchy. The pop pulls it off and
* deletes it. Thus, the string pushed must be allocated.
extern void pform_pop_scope();
extern PClass* pform_push_class_scope(const struct vlltype&loc, perm_string name);
extern PPackage* pform_push_package_scope(const struct vlltype&loc, perm_string name);
extern PTask*pform_push_task_scope(const struct vlltype&loc, char*name,
bool is_auto);
extern PFunction*pform_push_function_scope(const struct vlltype&loc, char*name,
bool is_auto);
extern PBlock*pform_push_block_scope(char*name, PBlock::BL_TYPE tt);
extern void pform_put_behavior_in_scope(AProcess*proc);
extern verinum* pform_verinum_with_size(verinum*s, verinum*val,
const char*file, unsigned lineno);
* This function takes the list of names as new genvars to declare in
* the current module or generate scope.
extern void pform_genvars(const struct vlltype&li, list<perm_string>*names);
extern void pform_start_generate_for(const struct vlltype&li,
extern void pform_start_generate_if(const struct vlltype&li, PExpr*test);
extern void pform_start_generate_else(const struct vlltype&li);
extern void pform_start_generate_case(const struct vlltype&lp, PExpr*test);
extern void pform_start_generate_nblock(const struct vlltype&lp, char*name);
extern void pform_generate_case_item(const struct vlltype&lp, list<PExpr*>*test);
extern void pform_generate_block_name(char*name);
extern void pform_endgenerate();
* This function returns the lexically containing generate scheme, if
* there is one. The parser may use this to check if we are within a
* generate scheme.
extern PGenerate* pform_parent_generate(void);
extern void pform_set_typedef(perm_string name, data_type_t*data_type);
* The makewire functions announce to the pform code new wires. These
* go into a module that is currently opened.
extern void pform_makewire(const struct vlltype&li, perm_string name,
NetNet::Type type,
NetNet::PortType pt,
/* This form handles simple declarations */
extern void pform_makewire(const struct vlltype&li,
bool signed_flag,
NetNet::Type type,
PWSRType rt = SR_NET);
/* This form handles assignment declarations. */
extern void pform_makewire(const struct vlltype&li,
str_pair_t str,
NetNet::Type type,
/* This form handles nets declared as structures. (See */
extern void pform_makewire(const struct vlltype&li,
extern void pform_make_reginit(const struct vlltype&li,
perm_string name, PExpr*expr);
/* Look up the names of the wires, and set the port type,
i.e. input, output or inout. If the wire does not exist, create
it. The second form takes a single name. */
extern void pform_set_port_type(const struct vlltype&li,
bool signed_flag,
extern void pform_set_reg_idx(perm_string name,
extern void pform_set_reg_integer(list<perm_string>*names, list<named_pexpr_t>*attr);
extern void pform_set_reg_time(list<perm_string>*names, list<named_pexpr_t>*attr);
extern void pform_set_data_type(const struct vlltype&li, data_type_t*, list<perm_string>*names, NetNet::Type net_type, list<named_pexpr_t>*attr);
extern void pform_set_struct_type(struct_type_t*struct_type, std::list<perm_string>*names, NetNet::Type net_type, std::list<named_pexpr_t>*attr);
extern void pform_set_string_type(string_type_t*string_type, std::list<perm_string>*names, NetNet::Type net_type, std::list<named_pexpr_t>*attr);
extern void pform_set_class_type(class_type_t*class_type, std::list<perm_string>*names, NetNet::Type net_type, std::list<named_pexpr_t>*addr);
/* pform_set_attrib and pform_set_type_attrib exist to support the
$attribute syntax, which can only set string values to
attributes. The functions keep the value strings that are
passed in. */
extern void pform_set_attrib(perm_string name, perm_string key,
extern void pform_set_type_attrib(perm_string name, const string&key,
extern LexicalScope::range_t* pform_parameter_value_range(bool exclude_flag,
bool low_open, PExpr*low_expr,
bool hig_open, PExpr*hig_expr);
extern void pform_set_parameter(const struct vlltype&loc,
perm_string name,
ivl_variable_type_t type,
bool signed_flag,
PExpr*expr, LexicalScope::range_t*value_range);
extern void pform_set_localparam(const struct vlltype&loc,
perm_string name,
ivl_variable_type_t type,
bool signed_flag,
extern void pform_set_specparam(const struct vlltype&loc,
perm_string name,
extern void pform_set_defparam(const pform_name_t&name, PExpr*expr);
* Functions related to specify blocks.
extern PSpecPath*pform_make_specify_path(const struct vlltype&li,
list<perm_string>*src, char pol,
bool full_flag, list<perm_string>*dst);
extern PSpecPath*pform_make_specify_edge_path(const struct vlltype&li,
int edge_flag, /*posedge==true */
list<perm_string>*src, char pol,
bool full_flag, list<perm_string>*dst,
extern PSpecPath*pform_assign_path_delay(PSpecPath*obj, list<PExpr*>*delays);
extern void pform_module_specify_path(PSpecPath*obj);
* pform_make_behavior creates processes that are declared with always
* or initial items.
extern PProcess* pform_make_behavior(ivl_process_type_t, Statement*,
extern svector<PWire*>* pform_make_udp_input_ports(list<perm_string>*);
extern void pform_make_events(list<perm_string>*names,
const char*file, unsigned lineno);
* Make real datum objects.
extern void pform_make_reals(list<perm_string>*names,
const char*file, unsigned lineno);
* The makegate function creates a new gate (which need not have a
* name) and connects it to the specified wires.
extern void pform_makegates(const struct vlltype&loc,
PGBuiltin::Type type,
struct str_pair_t str,
extern void pform_make_modgates(const struct vlltype&loc,
perm_string type,
struct parmvalue_t*overrides,
/* Make a continuous assignment node, with optional bit- or part- select. */
extern void pform_make_pgassign_list(list<PExpr*>*alist,
struct str_pair_t str,
const char* fn, unsigned lineno);
/* Given a port type and a list of names, make a list of wires that
can be used as task port information. */
extern svector<PWire*>*pform_make_task_ports(const struct vlltype&loc,
NetNet::PortType pt,
ivl_variable_type_t vtype,
bool signed_flag,
bool isint = false);
extern svector<PWire*>*pform_make_task_ports(const struct vlltype&loc,
NetNet::PortType pt,
* The parser uses this function to convert a unary
* increment/decrement expression to the equivalent compressed
* assignment statement.
extern PAssign* pform_compressed_assign_from_inc_dec(const struct vlltype&loc,
* These are functions that the outside-the-parser code uses the do
* interesting things to the Verilog. The parse function reads and
* parses the source file and places all the modules it finds into the
* mod list. The dump function dumps a module to the output stream.
extern void pform_dump(ostream&out, Module*mod);
/* **
* Functions for handling the parse of natures and disciplines. These
* functions are in
extern void pform_start_nature(const char*name);
extern void pform_end_nature(const struct vlltype&loc);
extern void pform_nature_access(const struct vlltype&loc, const char*name);
extern void pform_start_discipline(const char*name);
extern void pform_end_discipline(const struct vlltype&loc);
extern void pform_discipline_domain(const struct vlltype&loc, ivl_dis_domain_t use_domain);
extern void pform_discipline_potential(const struct vlltype&loc, const char*name);
extern void pform_discipline_flow(const struct vlltype&loc, const char*name);
extern void pform_attach_discipline(const struct vlltype&loc,
ivl_discipline_t discipline, list<perm_string>*names);
extern void pform_dump(ostream&out, const ivl_nature_s*);
extern void pform_dump(ostream&out, const ivl_discipline_s*);
/* **
extern void pform_make_analog_behavior(const struct vlltype&loc,
ivl_process_type_t type, Statement*st);
extern AContrib*pform_contribution_statement(const struct vlltype&loc,
PExpr*lval, PExpr*rval);
extern PExpr* pform_make_branch_probe_expression(const struct vlltype&loc,
char*name, char*n1, char*n2);
extern PExpr* pform_make_branch_probe_expression(const struct vlltype&loc,
char*name, char*branch);
* Parse configuration file with format <key>=<value>, where key
* is the hierarchical name of a valid parameter name and value
* is the value user wants to assign to. The value should be constant.
extern void parm_to_defparam_list(const string&param);
* Tasks to set the timeunit or timeprecision for SystemVerilog.
extern bool get_time_unit(const char*cp, int &unit);
extern int pform_get_timeunit();
extern void pform_set_timeunit(const char*txt, bool in_module, bool only_check);
extern void pform_set_timeprecision(const char*txt, bool in_module,
bool only_check);
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