This post contains links for opensource projects, tools that might be interesting for functional verification, digital design modeling, etc.
|wavedrom||wavedrom editor||web-service allows to draw pretty waveforms right from browser, simple&elegant|
|kactus ip-xact||kactus at sourceforge||Qt-editor for ip-xact creation and MCAPI(?). The app is eye pleasing, but still lacks some features like creation memorymaps and register editing. Regretfully, guys use Qt>4.7 which may be a showstopper for enterprise solutions (scores,hundreds of working PC) where RHEL 4,5,6 are dominating OS. As of CentOS 6 yum repos contain only Qt 4.6.|
|ix-reggi||reggi at bitbucket||Simple generator for register descriptions based on templates ( ip-xact xml => systemverilog/UVM_RGM/C/C++/HTML/etc...). An app of mine. Runs on python 2.4 with lxml (lxml is in centos 5 repos). The key idea is to separate user-specific formats from the app itself: if one needs to change case(upper/lower), add prefixes/suffixes in output systemverilog/C/C++ types/defines it will require correcting the template not the python files. There are some baked examples provided with sourcecode.|
|sveditor||sveditor at sourceforge||eclipse plugin for systemverilog, more info about installing can be found at this blog|