Date: Thu Apr 14 2005 - 12:13:49 PDT
I approve the idea, but some details require finishing.
The proposal has to state exactly where the change will be made.
The term "combinational construct" is not defined and should not be used.
Besides, someone might interpret it to mean certain always @() constructs,
or at least always @*, which is not the intent.
(I would support adding them, though.)
"combinational primitive" is not defined, either.
There are the built-in primitives
(gates, switches) defined in Clause 7 and there are also combinational UDPs.
Port connections also need to be included.
On Thu, 14 Apr 2005, Fitzpatrick, Tom wrote:
> Hi Gang,
> Received another issue for us to consider for 1364. Please take a look
> and respond via email by Monday, 4/18 at the latest. I'll be on the road
> on Monday, so please be sure to copy Neil (Neil.Korpusik@Sun.COM) on
> your vote as well.
> Tom Fitzpatrick W:(978)448-8797
> firstname.lastname@example.org C: (978)337-7641
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Maidment, Matthew R [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 3:02 AM
> To: Fitzpatrick, Tom
> Cc: Karen Pieper
> Subject: New Mantis Issue #667 for V-1364
> Hi Tom.
> In considering a respose to P1800 ballot issue, STU1, the SV-BC believes
> that the issue would be more appropriately addressed by the 1364
> The issue points out that there is a not enough information to define
> the order of evaluation of processes during time 0.
> The SV-BC recommends the addition of the following, likely in Clause
> "Combinational constructs including continuous assignments and
> combinational primitives shall execute at least once during time 0."
> Would appreciate the 1364 committee's consideration in this matter.
> I have entered it in the SVDB as issue #667.
> If you have questions please let me.
> Matt Maidment
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