DVCon US 2020
San Jose, March 2-5
Stop breaking your back on fixing syntax errors
When you’re writing HDL code, your code is broken or incomplete most of the time. Any regular compiler stops on the first error it encounters and will often only show an obscure error message. The recovering parser developed by Sigasi allows you to continue beyond errors in your code while showing the exact locations of the errors in your files and projects. Errors and warnings are underlined not only in the exact position, they are also indicated in the gutter and the file marker bar within the Editor View and listed in the Problems View.
Since Sigasi Studio is compiling your code in the background at type-time, you receive immediate feedback on syntax errors while you enter code. Additional features like the Outline View or the Graphical Views on your code structure also update immediately. For a lot of common mistakes or errors introduced while refactoring code, Sigasi Studio offers Quick Fixes which allow to correct issues with a single mouse click or keyboard action.
Stop by booth No. 301 at DVCon, where we show our most recent developments in HDL based design and verification. We’d love to get your feedback.
By using Sigasi Studio as the IDE for your HDL development, you can focus on the real design and verification challenges and avoid breaking your back on syntax issues, thanks to the Sigasi recovering parser. Read more in this technical article.