Introducing
Sigasi® Visual HDL™

Create, Integrate, and Validate HDL - Available End of June 2024

Choose the tier that’s right for you

Introducing Sigasi Visual HDL 2024.1! Available from the marketplace during DAC61 (end of June 2024). Already available for pre-order through our Sales Team. Read the full press release here.

Sigasi will offer our Visual HDL in tiered editions that build on each other, each seamlessly elaborating on the last. Each edition uses industry standards to ensure you get the highest quality checks as you create your code, with specific language and standards support within the leading integrated development environment (VS Code) that frictionlessly incorporates tools like source control management (SCM), central repositories, gremlin tracking, bookmarks, and comment-based TODO lists.

Create in an environment that fully embraces the shift-left principle. Get type-time syntax and semantic checks; guardrails that enforce coding styles, policies, and standards; and instant feedback and warnings for any files associated with a project.

Moreover, Sigasi offers numerous ways to view a project, all updated in real-time (no need to save first) and with cross-probing. Move seamlessly through hierarchy views and graphics that update instantaneously as you make changes in your code.

You’ll be able to try out the features offered in our commercial editions through our easy-to-use Community Edition. Once we’ve launched in June, simply start the SVH™ extension in VS Code and start playing! (Note that Community Edition requires actived talkback, see below.)

The Right Edition For Your Needs

Designer Edition

For the individual designer


INTROSPECTION
CodeAssist

CodeAssist

Hovers
Autocomplete
Semantic highlighting
Occurrence highlighting
(Quick) Outline
Progress reporting
Syntax errors
Structural selection
Open design unit
Goto implementation
(Ranged) Formatting/Indenting
Configurable formatting
Class hierarchy
Correct indentation
Whole project formatting

ComplianceAssist

ComplianceAssist

Linting (e.g. DO-254)
VUnit
OSVVM

DesignAssist

DesignAssist

Signature helper
Semantic errors
Quick fixes
Rename refactoring
Net search
Template autocomplete
Preprocessor view

Professional Edition

For the serious commercial designer


VERIFICATION
GraphicAssist

GraphicAssist

Dependencies view
Block diagram view
State machine view
Documentation preview
Documentation generation

VerificationAssist

VerificationAssist

UVM Support

Everything from the Designer Edition

Enterprise Edition

For the entire team


AUTOMATION and CLI
TaskAssist

TaskAssist

CLI lint reporting
CLI dependency generation
CLI diagram generation

DocAssist

DocAssist

CLI documentation preview
CLI documentation generation

Everything from the Professional Edition
Everything from the Designer Edition

Community Edition

Coming Soon
Requires Active Talkback

Requires Active Talkback

Talkback automatically collects metadata about how someone is using SVH (but no design data!) and sends this metadata to Sigasi through a secured connection. You can read all the details here.

By enabling Talkback, you help us improve SVH
- Talkback provides us with feature usage. This information helps us determine which features are valuable for you as a user so we can adjust our product roadmap.
- Talkback collects performance statistics that we can relate to the project sizes. Together with our in-house performance tests, this helps us keep the SVH compiler and user interface fast.
- Talkback helps us reduce software errors by collecting incident reports from various use cases.
- Talkback is automatic and less cumbersome than feedback surveys.

NON-Commercial use only
All features
No project size limit
Completely FREE

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