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* Verilog RTL PreProcessor only require Java 5 or higher.
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*Verilog RTL PreProcessor based on Ant task, ant can be configured via GUI and command line.
*Verilog RTL PreProcessor can be installed on any Windows Machine. It can be set as a start-up program so it will be easier to use.
* Verilog RTL PreProcessor can send email notifications when preprocessed file finished.
* Verilog RTL PreProcessor can generate *.rtw files and “.previewer” files.
* Verilog RTL PreProcessor can tag problematic lines in *.verilog files.
* Verilog RTL PreProcessor can detect user Input Verilog statements and preprocess the files with a default *.rtw file.
* Verilog RTL PreProcessor based on FFmpeg library which is able to convert *.avi file to a *.m4v file.

Verilog-RTL-Pretprocessor was designed as an Open Source and handy verilog preprocessing utility. This tool is designed for verilog users that want to preprocess their verilog files based upon various compiler directives.

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This tool is designed for verilog users that want to preprocess their verilog files based upon various compiler directives.
This software has been implemented in the Java programming language and was packed as a JAR file.I know many artist who use bitmaps as floor tiles, but not a single one who uses them to display the actual game. A 2D map where all actions are performed on the map.

The advantages of this method are:

– The map can be created very easily (done),

– No need to worry about resolution problems (because the map is done in tiles)

– It allows for the very easy usage of buttons.

The disadvantages are:

– Detail reduction – obviously

– Maps can be very large (but are not required)

– The map is static, and cannot be manipulated in real time.

There’s a risk of getting stuck with this method if you’re planning on a large game. I’d suggest you try to keep the map under 3miles as a maximum (a little over 1 mile is more than enough).

Now I’ve decided to use a new method to render the map:


Essentially it’s using shapes to represent the map. The action buttons are put on these shapes and are represented by polygons.

The advantages are:

– Detail reduction – obviously (though not as much as with a bitmap map)

– Easier of implementation (done)

– The map can be fully interactive – every action will result in a change of the map (buttons, objects, etc…).

The disadvantages are:

– Not as easy to use

– The map is static

– It’s not as fluid as in an actual game

What I’d like to know is: Does anybody has tips for how to use these shapes, because so far I don’t really get it.

When you have a few game elements that you want to display on your world map, such as action buttons, would you choose a custom-built module, or would you create some objects as per the shape and size of the buttons and place them on the map that you’ve drawn with a Tiled map editor?

The key is, you should only ever need a couple objects on the map at any given time. For example, if you allow your user to play a “hide and seek”

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Verilog RTL PreProcessor uses following methods to determine preprocessing directives:

1. user preprocessor directives
2. compiler directives
3. auto-generated directives (results of user preprocessing)
4. RTL symbol from the selected schematic

This tool should be easy to use, flexible and maintainable. It supports support Automatic High-Level Synthesis.
In this version, Verilog RTL PreProcessor is released as open source software under the GPLv2 license.
There are presently no test files.
You can send me bug reports and feature requests to mail@todo.tool.
You can also contact me on twitter.

Version 1.2.1


Major Improvements (bug fixes and enhancements).
Thanks to Kyle, Richard, Andreas, Vlado, Pablo, Darren, Elia, Florent and all others for helping to make this version of Verilog RTL PreProcessor better.

Now the interface is fully bilingual (English/GPL2).
You can also have it display warnings in four languages (Japanese/Korean/Spanish/French)

Now when the selected Schematic (design) has no files, it will instead display a dialog that says “No files found for this schematic. Please select a schematic to preprocess.”

You can now define a Dialog Box to be displayed when PreProcessor is attempting to access a file that is missing.

The PreProcessor is now fully supported by gcc4.0/gcc4.3

The PreProcessor now continues to process files even after you stop typing.

Using the debugger has now been made easier as it now displays the current process when you click on a process in the process list.

Version 1.2.0


You can now preprocess a design file selected in the Project Browser.
The design file name needs to be in bold.
If you select a design file, it will display the name of the design file to be preprocessed in an entry box.

You can now start preprocessing a file in the Project Browser using an empty design file name.

Click OK and the dialog box will be closed, and the PreProcessor will attempt to preprocess the selected file.

You can now preprocess designs that are not in the Project Browser.

What’s New In?

– Preprocessing Verilog RTL files.
– Parse verilog include files to discover nested includes and variables.
– Provide the ability to use Verilog RTL with XML.
– Include CDE in C for ORC generation
– Support for the Verilog Yamsessse and the DoaaS python packages. provides a simple, powerful and easy-to-use parallel programming environment. You may combine the power of different parallel computing languages like C, FORTRAN, Java, C# and Python in a single simulation. is a desktop simulation program and it can be used on any computer that has Java Runtime environment installed. can be used with batch files, scripts, Visual Basic and Visual C++ projects.
Program Features:
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– Support for object oriented programming with Java.
– Support for object oriented programming with C#.
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– Support for networking using C, FORTRAN, Java, C++, and Python.
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– Support for ROP and Stack-tracing using C, FORTRAN, Java, C++, Python, and Visual Basic.
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– Support for wave form printing of simulation results using Java and C++.
– Support for scheduling using Fortran, Java, and C#.
– Support for verification using C and C++.
– Support for graphical user interface using Windows forms and Java.
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– Support for writing and running simulations in batch mode or on an embedded Linux machine using C, C++, FORTRAN, and Java.
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System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions)
Processor: Intel Core i5-3300 (2.5 GHz or faster) / AMD Phenom II X4 945 (3 GHz or faster)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD4850 or NVIDIA Geforce 8600 GT / AMD Radeon HD5850 or NVIDIA Geforce GTX285 or better (2GB or more)
DirectX: Version 11
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