Fedar F1 - RV64IM by eminfedar
Fedar F1 is a 5-Stage Pipelined (Fetch|Decode|Execute|Memory|Writeback) RV64IM RISC-V Core written fully in Verilog.
How to compile?
- Open a terminal in
- The script automatically compile and create files under the
- And will create
.vcdfiles under the
iverilog verilog compiler.
You can install iverilog on Debian based distros (like Pardus GNU/Linux or Ubuntu) with this command:
sudo apt install iverilog
If you don't want to compile it again, precompiled
.vcdfiles are available under the
How to open .vcd files?
- Use GTKWave.
You can install GTKWave on Debian based distros (like Pardus GNU/Linux or Ubuntu) with this command:
sudo apt install gtkwave
Then double click the files or open with terminal command:
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