From: Stephen Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 27 2003 - 19:00:27 PST
>Originator: Stephen Williams <email@example.com>
> What would be the problem in making that prefix customizable?
> In point of fact, -f is today not universally standard.
The PLI code would need to be informed what that flag is
so that it could properly traverse the argument list. If
it assumes "-f" for one Verilog, and it works, then that
same PLI program could crash when run by another compiler
that uses a different prefix.
Proposal #2 would not suffer this failing.:
> "the simulator tool may provide a command line option to denote a file
> containing a set of options. In that case the acc_fetch_argv and
> vpi_get_vlog_info will provide the string name "<option_file>"
> followed by a pointer to null terminated array of pointers to
> characters. This new array shall contain the parsed contents of the
I believe this would work.
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