Multiple Driver Nets Vivado Verilog. Input clk, rst, c, e, p; Net borrowl has multiple drivers:
Start date mar 12, 2019; This condition usually occurs when a verilog design file (.v ) or vhdl design file (.vhd ) contains multiple concurrent assignments to the same signal. This is my code for the top module:
There Are Two Other Submodules That Have The Same Errors That I Didn't Attach, However, They Follow The Same Exact Logic As The Car Module Just For The Different Inputs.
Vivado does not flag multiple drivers if exclusive bits have different sources. The multiple driver nets were those that aren't connected. Mar 12, 2019 #1 c.
Therefore, It Might Be Good To Mention Some More Debugging Techniques Such As, Report Drc To See The Exact Rule Violations;
I have the feeling that something is wrong either in the edif output or in the edif import of vivado. Joined feb 18, 2019 messages 85 helped 0 reputation 0 reaction score 0 Entity attributes such as (* dont_touch=true *), which forces vivado not to simplify out the logic for certain components.
There Are Still The Two Main Groups Of Data Objects:
//clock, reset, and sensors output reg [2:0] scl, svl. You should write_verilog after ghdl import and report the issue to yosys. Start date mar 12, 2019;
For A Bus, If Any Bit Is Driven By Multiple Sources, It Results In A Multiple Driver Scenario.
I'm new to verilog so apologies if the question is stupid. However when i try to synthesise it using vivado i get multiple driver nets 200 times and it bails. What is the correct way to do this?
Net Borrowh Has Multiple Drivers:
Input clk, rst, c, e, p; \$\begingroup\$ apparently the verilog compiler can't make sense of what do you mean, and is looking for a driver. What is the correct way to do this?