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Download Version 0.1 ToptsDemo.tar.gz
(dated Feb 1st, 1999)
This distribution was developed on a Sun Solaris platform using gcc as the compiler. It parses a VHDL description and applies pre-synthesis optimizations using Timed Decision Tables. The source code has a complete VHDL parser in it.
The corresponding technical report is
Software Synthesis using Timed Decision Tables
Tech. Rep. #99-01, Dept. of Information and Computer, Univ. of California, Irvine, Jan. 1999
This report has a section on downloading the distribution and features supported.
To install the distribution, unpack and do a make in the directory
"src". Run the executable "bin/Topts" and type help at the command
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