From: Krishna Garlapati (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Oct 28 2004 - 18:19:48 PDT
At the risk of getting into an argument for the sake of it, that brings
up another question. When SV data types are extended to nets why not
allow `default_nettype to be legal with any user defined net data type ??
Once that happens, a user can create custom data types with the wone like
attribute and use it along with `default_nettype. While I have nothing
against wone like nets, I am only wondering why make the language any bigger
1) if an attribute can capture the essence of a new construct
2) (and) it's something a select few would be interested in ??
Steven Sharp wrote:
> Oh yeah, and another reason why using a net type works well is that you
> can set the `default_nettype to wone, and get the design rule enforced
> on all your implicitly declared nets too. With an attribute, you would
> have to explicitly declare any net you wanted to enforce it on (or add
> an additional mechanism to indicate that you wanted it on all implicit
> nets too).
> Steven Sharp
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