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Old 03-06-2006, 05:02 AM
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Default ncverilog: command line options

Hi All,

I am new to NCverilog.
I am using it to compile my design, in the command line.

The contents of the command line arguments file look similar to this

// header files
-v ..\includes\xxx.h
-v ..\includes\yyy.h
// source files

I am using the -f command line option to pass the above information.
I get an error during compilation saying "cannot open the include file
xxx.h" or "cannot open the include file yyy.h"
and it seems to be seraching for the include file under "src" directory not
under "includes".

is there a different command line option that I need to be using for the
header files ?


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Old 03-06-2006, 09:55 AM
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Default Re: ncverilog: command line options

1. If you are using linux/unix you should use forward slashes
2. use just " -v ../includes"

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