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djsb:
Just thought I'd share my discovery of this open source logic simulation software. It's a further development of the original Logisim.

https://github.com/reds-heig/logisim-evolution

There is a short video here that first made me aware of this software.



There are a few more on YouTube.

nctnico:
This is interesting. Especially since it supports VHDL. It could be a useful tool to create quick testbenches to test pieces of VHDL code. I might give this a try; I have an upcoming VHDL project.

Bassman59:

--- Quote from: nctnico on May 17, 2021, 02:23:40 pm ---This is interesting. Especially since it supports VHDL. It could be a useful tool to create quick testbenches to test pieces of VHDL code. I might give this a try; I have an upcoming VHDL project.

--- End quote ---

My test benches use bus-functional models of the devices that connect to the FPGA design. I don't know how well that would work in this environment.

rdtsc:
I'm a little leery of installing this on Windows. Unsure about the other versions and OS's, but some rather unusual things appear to be going on in the latest v3.4.5 for Windows:
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/4cfb842f402e5acdc424780f3e7faa112841517002a3cc24bcefd208c36bac31/detection

Hopefully someone can come along with evidence that this behavior is truly benign.

dave_k:
"No security vendors flagged this file as malicious."

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