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#ifndef __veriuser_H
#define __veriuser_H
 * Copyright (c) 2002-2003 Stephen Williams (steve@icarus.com)
 *    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
 *    GNU General Public License for more details.
 *    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 *    along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 *    Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA

 * This header file contains the definitions and declarations needed
 * by an Icarus Verilog user using tf_ routines.
 * NOTE 1: Icarus Verilog does not directly support tf_ routines. This
 * header file defines a tf_ compatibility later. The functions that
 * are implemented here are actually implemented using VPI routines.
 * NOTE 2: The routines and definitions of the tf_ library were
 * clearly not designed to account for C++, or even ANSI-C. This
 * header file attempts to fix these problems in a source code
 * compatible way. In the end, though, it is not completely
 * possible. Instead, users should not use this or the acc_user.h
 * header files or functions in new applications, and instead use the
 * more modern vpi_user.h and VPI functions.
 * This API is provided by Icarus Verilog only to support legacy software.

#ifdef __cplusplus
# define EXTERN_C_START extern "C" {
# define EXTERN_C_END }
# define EXTERN_C_END

#ifndef __GNUC__
# undef  __attribute__
# define __attribute__(x)


# include  "_pli_types.h"

 * defines for tf_message
#define ERR_MESSAGE 1
#define ERR_WARNING 2
#define ERR_ERROR   3
#define ERR_INTERNAL 4
#define ERR_SYSTEM   5

 * These are some defines for backwards compatibility. They should not
 * be used in new code.
#ifndef TRUE
# define TRUE 1
#ifndef FALSE
# define FALSE 0
#ifndef __cplusplus
# ifndef true
#  define true 1
# endif
# ifndef false
#  define false 0
# endif
# ifndef bool
#  define bool int
# endif

 * structure for veriusertfs array
typedef struct t_tfcell
      short type;               /* usertask|userfunction|userrealfunction */
      short data;               /* data passed to user routine */
      int   (*checktf)(int user_data, int reason);
      int   (*sizetf)(int user_data, int reason);
      int   (*calltf)(int user_data, int reason);
      int   (*misctf)(int user_data, int reason, int paramvc);
      char  *tfname;            /* name of the system task/function */
      int   forwref;            /* usually set to 1 */
      char  *tfveritool;        /* usually ignored */
      char  *tferrmessage;      /* usually ignored */
      char  reserved[20];            /* reserved */
} s_tfcell, *p_tfcell;

 * Normal PLI1.0 modules export a veriusertfs array that contains all
 * the function definitions for use by the simulator. The user code is
 * expected to supply that array. The method of export varies amongst
 * Verilog simulators, but at least one vendor gets a pointer to the
 * veriusertfs array by calling a boot function that takes no
 * arguments and returns a pointer to the table.
 * The Icarus Verilog bootstrap process is a little bit different, and
 * is described in the vpi_user.h header file. However, a fairly
 * simple adaptation to your application fixes it so that it
 * automatically boots with Icarus Verilog.
 * The trick is to write a vlog_startup_routine that calls the
 * veriusertfs_register_table function. A simple example:
 *   static struct s_tfcell my_veriusertfs_table[] = {
 *          [... table entries, null terminated ...]
 *   };
 *   // Cadence compatibility
 *   struct s_tfcell* my_bootstrap(void)
 *   { return my_veriusertfs_table; }
 *   // Icarus Verilog compatibility
 *   static void veriusertfs_register(void)
 *   {
 *       veriusertfs_register_table(my_veriusertfs_table);
 *   }
 *   void (*vlog_startup_routines[])() = { &veriusertfs_register, 0 };
 * The veriusertfs_register function and vlog_startup_routines table
 * are specific to Icarus Verilog, and arrange for automatic loading
 * of the PLI1 application. The vvp program will treat this as any
 * other VPI module.
 * By structuring the bootstrap process in this manner, it is
 * plausible to make source code compatibility with a variety of
 * Verilog simulators.
 * NOTE: The cadpli module of Icarus Verilog also makes it possible to
 * be *binary* compatible with other simulators. Create the
 * my_bootstrap function and leave out the vlog_startup_routines, then
 * use the "-mcadpli" module to load it in compatibility mode.
extern s_tfcell veriusertfs[];
extern void veriusertfs_register_table(p_tfcell vtable);

#define usertask 1
#define userfunction 2
#define userrealfunction 3

/* callback reasons */
#define reason_checktf 1
#define reason_calltf  3
#define reason_paramvc 7
#define reason_synch   8
#define REASON_SYNCH   reason_synch
#define reason_finish  9
#define reason_reactivate 10
#define REASON_REACTIVATE reason_reactivate
#define reason_rosynch 11
#define REASON_ROSYNCH reason_rosynch
#define reason_endofcompile 16

/* These are values returned by tf_typep */
#define tf_nullparam    0
#define TF_NULLPARAM    tf_nullparam
#define tf_string       1
#define TF_STRING       tf_string
#define tf_readonly     10
#define TF_READONLY     tf_readonly
#define tf_readwrite    11
#define TF_READWRITE    tf_readwrite
#define tf_rwbitselect  12
#define TF_RWBITSELECT  tf_rwbitselect
#define tf_rwpartselect 13
#define TF_RWPARTSELECT tf_rwpartselect
#define tf_rwmemselect  14
#define TF_RWMEMSELECT  tf_rwmemselect
#define tf_readonlyreal 15
#define TF_READONLYREAL tf_readonlyreal
#define tf_readwritereal 16
#define TF_READWRITEREAL tf_readwritereal

typedef struct t_tfnodeinfo {
      PLI_INT16 node_type;
      PLI_INT16 padding;
      union {
          struct t_vecval *vecval_p;
          struct t_strengthval *strengthval_p;
          PLI_BYTE8 *memoryval_p;
          double *read_value_p;
      } node_value;
      char* node_symbol;
      PLI_INT32 node_ngroups;
      PLI_INT32 node_vec_size;
      PLI_INT32 node_sign;
      PLI_INT32 node_ms_index;
      PLI_INT32 node_ls_index;
      PLI_INT32 node_mem_size;
      PLI_INT32 node_lhs_element;
      PLI_INT32 node_rhs_element;
} s_tfnodeinfo, *p_tfnodeinfo;

/* values used in the node_type of the tfnodeinfo structure. */
#define tf_null_node    100
#define TF_NULL_NODE    tf_null_node
#define tf_reg_node     101
#define TF_REG_NODE     tf_reg_node
#define tf_integer_node 102
#define TF_INTEGER_NODE tf_integer_node
#define tf_time_node    103
#define TF_TIME_NODE    tf_time_node
#define tf_netvector_node 104
#define TF_NETVECTOR_NODE tf_netvector_node
#define tf_netscalar_node 105
#define TF_NETSCALAR_NODE tf_netscalar_node
#define tf_memory_node    106
#define TF_MEMORY_NODE    tf_memory_node
#define tf_real_node      107
#define TF_REAL_NODE      tf_real_node

/* Structure used by the tf_exprinfo function. */
typedef struct t_tfexprinfo {
      PLI_INT16 expr_type;
      PLI_INT16 padding;
      struct t_vecval*expr_value_p;
      double real_value;
      PLI_INT32 expr_ngroups;
      PLI_INT32 expr_vec_size;
      PLI_INT32 expr_sign;
      PLI_INT32 expr_lhs_select;
      PLI_INT32 expr_rhs_select;
} s_tfexprinfo, *p_tfexprinfo;

/* Extern functions from the library. */
extern void io_printf (const char *, ...)
      __attribute__((format (printf,1,2)));
extern char* mc_scan_plusargs(char*plusarg);

extern int tf_asynchoff(void);
extern int tf_asynchon(void);

extern int tf_dofinish(void);

extern int tf_dostop(void);

extern void tf_error(const char*, ...)
      __attribute__((format (printf,1,2)));

extern struct t_tfexprinfo* tf_exprinfo(PLI_INT32 a, struct t_tfexprinfo*ip);

extern char* tf_getcstringp(int nparam);

extern PLI_BYTE8* tf_getinstance(void);

extern int tf_getlongp(int*aof_highvalue, int pnum);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_getp(PLI_INT32);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_igetp(PLI_INT32, void*);

extern double tf_getrealp(PLI_INT32);
extern double tf_igetrealp(PLI_INT32, void*);

extern char *tf_strgetp(PLI_INT32, PLI_INT32);
extern char *tf_istrgetp(PLI_INT32, PLI_INT32, void*);

extern char *tf_strgettime(void);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_gettime(void);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_getlongtime(PLI_INT32*);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_igetlongtime(PLI_INT32*, void*);

extern void tf_scale_longdelay(void*,PLI_INT32,PLI_INT32,PLI_INT32*,PLI_INT32*);
extern void tf_unscale_longdelay(void*,PLI_INT32,PLI_INT32,PLI_INT32*,PLI_INT32*);
extern void tf_scale_realdelay(void*,double,double*);
extern void tf_unscale_realdelay(void*,double,double*);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_gettimeprecision(void);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_igettimeprecision(void*);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_gettimeunit(void);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_igettimeunit(void*);

extern PLI_BYTE8* tf_getworkarea(void);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_message(PLI_INT32 level, char*facility,
                      char*messno, char*fmt, ...)
      __attribute__((format (printf,4,5)));

extern void tf_multiply_long(PLI_INT32*aof_low1, PLI_INT32*aof_high1,
                       PLI_INT32 aof_low2, PLI_INT32 aof_high2);
extern void tf_real_to_long(double real, PLI_INT32*low, PLI_INT32*high);
extern void tf_long_to_real(PLI_INT32 low, PLI_INT32 high, double *real);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_nump(void);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_inump(void*);

/* IEEE1364 NOTE: tf_putlongp is listed as returning in in the header
   file shown in the standard, but as returning void in the detailed
   description of the function. So I call it void. */
extern void tf_putlongp(int pnum, int lowvalue, int highvalue);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_putp(PLI_INT32, PLI_INT32);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_iputp(PLI_INT32, PLI_INT32, void*);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_putrealp(PLI_INT32, double);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_iputrealp(PLI_INT32, double, void*);

/* Activate the misctf function after a delay. The units are of the
   current scope. The tf_isetdelay variant specifies a particular
   system task instance to use as the context for the
   units. tf_getinstance gets that value. */
extern int tf_setdelay(PLI_INT32 delay);
extern int tf_isetdelay(PLI_INT32 delay, void* sys);

/* IEEE1364 NOTE: tf_setworkarea is listed as taking a PLI_BYTE8*, but
   that is silly, it really takes any kind of pointer. Taking void* is
   compatible with those who pass a PLI_BYTE8*. */
extern PLI_INT32 tf_setworkarea(void*workarea);

/* Return the complete, hierarchical name of the current scope. The
   current scope is the scope containing the currently running system
   task call. */
extern char* tf_spname(void);

extern char* tf_mipname(void);
extern char* tf_imipname(void*);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_synchronize(void);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_isynchronize(void* sys);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_rosynchronize(void);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_irosynchronize(void* sys);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_setrealdelay(double realdelay);
extern PLI_INT32 tf_isetrealdelay(double realdelay, void*inst);

extern PLI_INT32 tf_typep(PLI_INT32 narg);

extern void tf_warning(const char*, ...)
      __attribute__((format (printf,1,2)));



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