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This enables more efficient capture of design RTL with constructs such as multi-dimensional arrays, signed arithmetic extensions, 'generate' statement, combinational logic sensitivity, and re-entrant tasks and functions.
Generate statement -- File I/O enhancements -- Inclusion of attribute properties -- Constraints for negative timing check -- Definitions for ANSI C style ports, task and function I/O -- Explicit in-line parameter passing -- Comma separated sensitivity lists -- Wild card for combinational logic sensitivity
optimization that automatically focuses specific optimizations on areas of the design that likely hinder overall performance, such as finite state machines (FSM), cross-hierarchical paths, or paths with excessive combinational logic.
For small design changes, such as adding or modifying combinational logic, this is usually one PLD, which makes the compilation turnaround time less than 30 minutes running on a single workstation.