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January 2022

Created a pull request in chipsalliance/sv-tests that received 1 comment

Fix 11.4.14.3--unpack_stream_inv.sv on Verilator

On Verilator the generic Verilator tool harness disables this warning due to noise in other tests, so this specific test needs to re-enable it.

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Created an issue in verilator/verilator-announce that received 2 comments

Verilator 4.218 2022-01-17 released

Verilator 4.218 2022-01-17 Major: Primary inputs and outputs (VL_INW/VL_OUTW) now use VlWide type. In general this should be backward compatible, …

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