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1.0 Basics: Installation and Setup   
This video will show you how to install and setup the main ALINT-PRO application as well as additional rule plug-ins. Installation of extra rulesets can be confirmed within the main tool and enabled via the policy editor. For license verification during setup, the license diagnostic tool provides ample information on the current license file and licensed modules.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.0 Riviera-PRO™ Overview: Advanced Verification Platform   
Riviera-PRO™ addresses verification needs of engineers crafting tomorrow's cutting-edge FPGA and SoC devices. Riviera-PRO enables the ultimate testbench productivity, reusability, and automation by combining the high-performance simulation engine, advanced debugging capabilities at different levels of abstraction, and support for the latest Language and Verification Library Standards.
Riviera-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.0 Spec-TRACER™ Overview: Requirements Lifecycle Management   
Spec-TRACER™ is a unified requirements lifecycle management solution designed specifically for FPGA and ASIC designs. Spec-TRACER facilitates requirements capture, management, impact analysis, traceability and reporting, and seamlessly integrates with windows-based HDL design and simulation tools. Spec-TRACER helps companies streamline the requirements engineering process, optimize the development cycle, improve collaboration, and reduce risk and costs.
Spec-TRACER Demonstration Videos
1.1 Basics: Creating a new Repository and Project   
A Spec-TRACER Repository contains complete information of all projects and users. In the avionics industry, a Repository can be considered as the entire program for the system hardware where the system hardware consists of multiple FPGAs. Each FPGA design can then be considered as a Spec-TRACER Project. Within a repository, Users and User Groups are also defined. Users are assigned to specific User Groups of the projects in the repository, so the same user is allowed to have different roles in the different projects in the repository.
Spec-TRACER Demonstration Videos
1.1 Basics: Running Design Entry and Linting   
ALINT-PRO's Flow Manager window allows managing the design analysis process in a convenient way. This video will show each step of the design flow, going through parse, elaboration, synthesis, constraints, and finally linting. At each step, more information about a project can be obtained. Additionally, each step includes various settings and configurable properties that allow for a highly customized linting process.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.1 Basics: Workspace   
A Workspace is comprised of individual designs containing resources such as source files and output files with simulation results. Learn how to create a new Workspace using the New Workspace Wizard, manage an existing Workspace, and manage the different components of the Workspace.
Active-HDL Demonstration Videos
1.2 Basics: Creating and Editing Spec-TRACER Connections   
To open a project, the user must create a connection. Connections are an effective way to allow fast and convenient access/login to specific projects. Connections are combinations of pre-saved login information including repository, user validation, and project information.
Spec-TRACER Demonstration Videos
1.2 Basics: Design Flow Manager   
The Design Flow Manager (DFM) is designed to automate and simplify the design, synthesis, and implementation processes. The interface takes the form of design flowcharts which show the design path in graphical form. Learn how to enable the DFM, choose third party vendor tools for synthesis and implementation, and how to perform each stage of the synthesis and implementation processes.
Active-HDL Demonstration Videos
1.2 Basics: Importing and Running Other Designs   
Whether one chooses to develop their design in Active-HDL, Riviera-PRO, Quartus, or Vivado, ALINT-PRO can always be used to perform design rule checking via the tool's convert feature. Converting external project files into ALINT-PRO turns the source project files into the equivalent ALINT-PRO workspace and project structure. Once converted, the design is then accessible to all of the solution's linting and rule checking features.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.3 Basics: Creating Workspaces   
A workspace is a user-defined arrangement of panels. The user is able to open multiple panels and arrange them according to the user’s preference. A workspace can be saved and opened so that the user does not have to keep re-arranging the panels every time. Each user usually tends to organize the views in a certain way to perform a specific task. By means of that feature, the application provides the facility to save those different configurations and recover them at will.
Spec-TRACER Demonstration Videos
1.3 Basics: Library Manager   
Learn how to create and manage user libraries, and how to utilize pre-compiled FPGA vendor libraries.
Active-HDL Demonstration Videos
1.3 Basics: Violation Viewer and Reports   
ALINT-PRO's violation viewer provides a user friendly window for displaying and managing design rule violations. Coupled with automatic report generators, the tool helps not only to identify any violations within your design, but also document them so that they may be corrected and even prevented in later designs. Automatic report generators come in a number of formats, including CSV, PDF, HTML, as well as Quality Reports which provide metrics on how compliant a design is to a given rule set.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.4 Basics: Managing Item Views   
Items in Spec-TRACER such as requirements, attributes, standards, conceptual design, test cases, traceability tags, test results can be viewed in the Items Grid Panel. The user can customize the Grid panel to add necessary columns and save them as an Item View which is accessible from the Items Views menu.
Spec-TRACER Demonstration Videos
1.4 Basics: Workspaces, Projects, and Libraries   
Workflow in ALINT-PRO is organized through projects that are grouped into workspaces. A project will contain the set of properties and files, those being your HDL source code and design constraints, to form a single entity that makes up part of your design. Libraries are automatically generated at the local level and correspond to projects within the workspace. Additional libraries can be added through the tool's library export and attach features.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.5 Basics: Policy Editor   
The quality of linting results is largely dependent on one's policies and rules. Through the use of its policy editor, ALINT-PRO provides an effective means of managing and customizing those policies and rules to best fit the standards and practice of one's design team or company.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.6 Basics: Waivers   
Waivers provide an excellent service in managing violations during the linting process by ignoring those violations or sources of violations that might be too pessimistic for or not applicable to one's design. ALINT-PRO's interface provides an easy process for adding and removing these waivers no matter the source. Additionally, the tool's waiver editor provides a single location where one can manage and edit an entire project's waiver list, and even export this list for future projects.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
1.7 Basics: Schematic Cross-Probing for Netlist Issues   
Through the RTL Schematic Window, ALINT-PRO provides a powerful graphical representation of a design's netlist. This window can be accessed, or cross-probed, from various other windows within the tool, which focuses on and highlights those different sources.
ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
2.1 Capture: Capturing FPGA Requirements from Word Documents   
Requirements documents in WORD format can be imported into the Spec-TRACER database by using the Tool Import feature. The data are imported either via document styles or tags. Attributes, text, tables, pictures, OLE objects, bullets are all imported accurately. The Tool Import also includes a tracking mechanism that helps when reimporting the data.
Spec-TRACER Demonstration Videos
2.1 Console: Command Line Batch Modes    ALINT-PRO Demonstration Videos
2.1 Design Entry: Block Diagram Editor   
The Block Diagram Editor (BDE) is Active-HDL's tool for graphical entry of VHDL, Verilog, and EDIF designs. This is especially useful to those with HDL designs that are largely structural since it is easier to enter descriptions graphically rather than typing hundreds of source code lines. Learn how to create a new block diagram by adding new ports, adding symbols, editing symbols (pin placement, pin names, etc.), connecting symbols with wires/bus, generate HDL code, and how to create a graphical testbench.
Active-HDL Demonstration Videos
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