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NAME

       GENLIB_MACRO - Interface with all MACRO generators.

SYNOPSIS

       #include  <genlib.h>

       void  GENLIB_MACRO  (long  function, char *modelname, long flags, long N, long drive, long
       regNumber, char *constVal);

DESCRIPTION

       The GENLIB_MACRO() fonction call is the generic interface to all genlib macro  generators.
       As all generators do not have the sames arguments it takes a variable number of arguments.

       Arguments are of two kinds :

       · Mandatory  arguments  :  those  arguments  must  always be supplied. They represents the
         minimal set of common arguments for  all  macro-generators.  Mandatory  arguments  comme
         firts in the arguments list.

       · Optional  arguments  :  arguments  specifics  to  a macro-generator or a class of macro-
         generators.

   ARGUMENTS
       1. long  function : (mandatory) specify  which  macro-generator  is  to  be  invoked.  For
          example, to create a two entry multiplexer gives GENLIB_MUX2.

       2. char*  modelname  :  (mandatory)  specify  the  name  of the model to be generated. For
          example : "model_mux2_32bits".

       3. long  flags : (mandatory) tells which views are  to  be  generated.  It  is  a  logical
          combination of the following values : (ORed)

          1. F_PLACE : generate physical view (placement only).

          2. F_BEHAV : generate behavioral view (VHDL view).

          3. F_LSB_FIRST  :  the  terminal  of  index  zero is matched to the LSB, thus a 32 bits
             vector will be written : "signal[31:0]".

          4. F_MSB_FIRST : the terminal of index zero is matched to  the  MSB,  thus  a  32  bits
             vector will be written : "signal[0:31]" (aka. IBM notation).

       4. long  N : (mandatory) width of the model's bus to be generated.

       5. long  drive : (optional) output power drive.

       6. long   regNumber  :  (optional)  number  of  registers  or  depth  of for a FIFO macro-
          generator.

       7. char* constval : (optional) a character  string  holding  a  constant.  For  example  :
          "0xFFFF0000".

   AVAILABLE MACRO-GENERATORS
       · Inverters and Buffers :

         · DPGEN_INV(3)

         · DPGEN_BUFF(3)

       · Boolean Operators :

         · DPGEN_NAND2(3)

         · DPGEN_NAND3(3)

         · DPGEN_NAND4(3)

         · DPGEN_AND2(3)

         · DPGEN_AND3(3)

         · DPGEN_AND4(3)

         · DPGEN_NOR2(3)

         · DPGEN_NOR3(3)

         · DPGEN_NOR4(3)

         · DPGEN_OR2(3)

         · DPGEN_OR3(3)

         · DPGEN_OR4(3)

         · DPGEN_XOR2(3)

         · DPGEN_XNOR2(3)

       · Multiplexers and Tristates :

         · DPGEN_NMUX2(3)

         · DPGEN_MUX2(3)

         · DPGEN_NBUSE(3)

         · DPGEN_BUSE(3)

       · Programmable Masks :

         · DPGEN_NAND2MASK(3)

         · DPGEN_NOR2MASK(3)

         · DPGEN_XNOR2MASK(3)

       · Arithmetics Operators :

         · DPGEN_ADSB2F(3)

         · DPGEN_SHIFT(3)

       · Miscellaneous :

         · DPGEN_NUL(3)

         · DPGEN_CONST(3)

         · DPGEN_ROM2(3)

         · DPGEN_ROM4(3)

       · Registers :

         · DPGEN_RF1(3)

         · DPGEN_RF1R0(3)

         · DPGEN_FIFO(3)

         · DPGEN_RF1D(3)

         · DPGEN_RF1DR0(3)

         · DPGEN_DFF(3)

         · DPGEN_DFFT(3)

         · DPGEN_SFF(3)

         · DPGEN_SFFT(3)

SEE ALSO

       mbk(1),