SVEditor 1.5.2

An Open Source Eclipse-based IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for SystemVerilog
SVEditor is an open source graphical project written in the Java programming language and based on the famous and powerful Eclipse IDE, providing a basic Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Verilog and SystemVerilog files.

SVEditor uses a scanner that is similar to ctags for extracting the information from SystemVerilog and Verilog source files. It is engineered to be tolerant of errors, as well as to ignore unrecognized language constructs.

Among some of SVEditor’s features, we can mention colorizing for SystemVerilog keywords, outline view linked with editor, file structure view, SystemVerilog source index, syntax coloring editor, content assist, and cross-linking between data structure usage and declaration.

Being written in Java, SVEditor is a cross-platform software that runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.

last updated on:
February 12th, 2014, 13:48 GMT
developed by:
Matthew Ballance
license type:
Eclipse Public License 
ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Electronic Design Automation (EDA)


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What's New in This Release:
  • (315) - Correct an issue with the task/function override-annotation finding code. In some cases, virtual methods from classes declared in included files would be marked in the active source file.
  • (nobug) - Add compilation-argument import support for -mfcu option
  • (enh) - During compilation-argument import, add support for executing the commands being intercepted by the compiler wrappers. Sometimes a compilation failure causes the entire process to terminate early.
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