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PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 3:03 am    Post subject: what are commands to compile and run Reply with quote

Hii.....
now I am using GUI to compile link and run. can anyone tell me what are the commands to do above operations through command window

thank you
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 4:26 pm    Post subject: Re: what are commands to compile and run Reply with quote

I'm not sure I understand your question. Are you asking how to compile/link/run from a terminal command line (not in the GUI)? Or are you asking how to compile/link/run from the Workstation GUI, using the provided buttons and menus? Or are you asking how to compile/link/run by typing a command in the GUI command window?

In any case, the process is explained in the Bluespec User Guide document, found as a PDF file at ${BLUESPECDIR}/../doc/BSV/user-guide.pdf.

The flags for executing "bsc" from a terminal command line are given in Section 7.1, "Common compile and linking flags".

In the workstation GUI, the usual way to compile/link/run is with the menus and buttons. The buttons and menus are described in Section 4, "Building a project".

Finally, it is possible to compile/link/run using commands in the GUI command window, however this is not common. Users generally don't type anything directly into the command window; it is possible, though, and advanced users might find it convenient. If you want to try this advanced feature, the documentation can be found in Appendix B.5, "Workstation package command reference". The command line is a Tcl prompt, from which you can execute any available Bluetcl or Workstation Tcl commands; the appendix describes the available commands. So, for example, you might type:
Code:
WS::Build::link clean
(You can also use the namespace command to avoid having to type the qualifiers.)

Also note that the Workstation is customizable! You can add your own buttons and scripts, by writing them in Tcl/Tk. This advanced process is described in Appendix B.6, "Customizing the Workstation".
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