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meps:mep-109 [2013/03/10 20:07]
jandecaluwe [Example of the issues]
meps:mep-109 [2013/03/10 20:08] (current)
jandecaluwe [All registers in a process are reset]
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 All registers in a process are automatically included in the reset behavior. If it is the intention that some registers should not be reset, those registers and the corresponding code should be factored out in a separate process. All registers in a process are automatically included in the reset behavior. If it is the intention that some registers should not be reset, those registers and the corresponding code should be factored out in a separate process.
  
-Most probably, this is not really a limitation. If some registers in a process are reset and others not, a synthesis tool may generate undesirable feedback loops that are active during the reset condition. This is not good practice and probably not the intention.+Actually, this is not really a limitation but a feature. If some registers in a process are reset and others not, a synthesis tool may generate undesirable feedback loops that are active during the reset condition. This is not good practice and probably not the intention.
  
 ==== Register inferencing from variables is not supported ==== ==== Register inferencing from variables is not supported ====
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