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Old 05-04-2007, 08:24 PM
Edson
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Default ISE Simulator :Does nothing when double click

Using ISE 8.2i

I have created a top-level schematic and inside of it, wired some VHDL modules (as black boxes).

I made my testbench and "added" it to the project. WHen i try to run ISE simulator (GEnerate Expected REsults or BEhavioral SImulation), ISE simply does nothing (no message, no error, no process running).

In the SP3 Release notes, this problem is not reported. Does anybody has addressed this problem? I'm suspecting SP3 *could* resolve it, but I don't want to download a 600 MB no-useful file.

Thanks a lot.
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Old 05-04-2007, 08:59 PM
Alan Nishioka
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Default Re: ISE Simulator :Does nothing when double click

On May 4, 11:24 am, Edson <[email protected]> wrote:
> I made my testbench and "added" it to the project. WHen i try to run ISE simulator (GEnerate Expected REsults or BEhavioral SImulation), ISE simply does nothing (no message, no error, no process running).


When I first tried the ISE simulator my silently firewall blocked it
and I got a similar result. No warnings, or errors, it just looked
like nothing happened and ISE was happy about it.

The ISE simulator creates and compiles a C program that then talks
back to ISE through a socket (I think). Because it recompiled every
time, ZoneAlarm detected a new program every time and made me click
allow (until I turned it off).

Alan Nishioka
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:15 PM
mh
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Default Re: ISE Simulator :Does nothing when double click

Hi

I was confronted with such a problem when I opened an old project
(which was made in ISE-7.1) in ISE-8.2i. I regenerated all the cores
for ISE-8.2i and the problem was solved. Try regenerating the netlists
for black boxes.

hope it works

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