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svdpi.h

/* -*- C -*-
 *
 * svdpi.h
 *
 * SystemVerilog Direct Programming Interface (DPI).
 *
 * This file contains the constant definitions, structure definitions,
 * and routine declarations used by SystemVerilog DPI.
 *
 * This file is from the SystemVerilog IEEE 1800-2009 Annex I.
 */

#ifndef INCLUDED_SVDPI
#define INCLUDED_SVDPI

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/* Define size-critical types on all OS platforms. */
#if defined (_MSC_VER)
typedef unsigned __int64 uint64_t;
typedef unsigned __int32 uint32_t;
typedef unsigned __int8 uint8_t;
typedef signed __int64 int64_t;
typedef signed __int32 int32_t;
typedef signed __int8 int8_t;
#elif defined(__MINGW32__)
#include <stdint.h>
#elif defined(__linux)
#include <inttypes.h>
#else
#include <sys/types.h>
#endif

/* Use to export a symbol from application */
#if defined (_MSC_VER)
#define DPI_DLLISPEC __declspec(dllimport)
#else
#define DPI_DLLISPEC
#endif

/* Use to import a symbol into application */
#if defined (_MSC_VER)
#define DPI_DLLESPEC __declspec(dllexport)
#else
#define DPI_DLLESPEC
#endif

/* Use to mark a function as external */
#ifndef DPI_EXTERN
#define DPI_EXTERN
#endif

#ifndef DPI_PROTOTYPES
#define DPI_PROTOTYPES
/* object is defined imported by the application */
#define XXTERN DPI_EXTERN DPI_DLLISPEC
/* object is exported by the application */
#define EETERN DPI_EXTERN DPI_DLLESPEC
#endif

/* canonical    representation */
#define sv_0    0
#define sv_1    1
#define sv_z    2
#define sv_x    3

/* common type for 'bit' and 'logic' scalars. */
typedef uint8_t svScalar;
typedef svScalar svBit; /* scalar */
typedef svScalar svLogic; /* scalar */

/*
 * DPI representation of packed arrays.
 * 2-state and 4-state vectors, exactly the same as PLI's avalue/bvalue.
 */
#ifndef VPI_VECVAL
#define VPI_VECVAL
typedef struct t_vpi_vecval {
    uint32_t aval;
    uint32_t bval;
} s_vpi_vecval, *p_vpi_vecval;
#endif

/* (a chunk of) packed logic array */
typedef s_vpi_vecval svLogicVecVal;

/* (a chunk of) packed bit array */
typedef uint32_t svBitVecVal;

/* Number of chunks required to represent the given width packed array */
#define SV_PACKED_DATA_NELEMS(WIDTH) (((WIDTH) + 31) >> 5)

/*
 * Because the contents of the unused bits is undetermined,
 * the following macros can be handy.
 */
#define SV_MASK(N) (~(-1 << (N)))

#define SV_GET_UNSIGNED_BITS(VALUE, N) \
    ((N) == 32 ? (VALUE) : ((VALUE) & SV_MASK(N)))

#define SV_GET_SIGNED_BITS(VALUE, N) \
    ((N) == 32 ? (VALUE) : \
    (((VALUE) & (1 << (N))) ? ((VALUE) | ~SV_MASK(N)) : ((VALUE) & SV_MASK(N))))

/*
 * Implementation-dependent representation.
 */
/*
 * Return implementation version information string ("1800-2005" or "SV3.1a").
 */
XXTERN const char* svDpiVersion();

/* a handle to a scope (an instance of a module or interface) */
XXTERN typedef void* svScope;

/* a handle to a generic object (actually, unsized array) */
XXTERN typedef void* svOpenArrayHandle;

/*
 * Bit-select utility functions.
 *
 * Packed arrays are assumed to be indexed n-1:0,
 * where 0 is the index of LSB
 */

/* s=source, i=bit-index */
XXTERN svBit svGetBitselBit(const svBitVecVal* s, int i);
XXTERN svLogic svGetBitselLogic(const svLogicVecVal* s, int i);

/* d=destination, i=bit-index, s=scalar */
XXTERN void svPutBitselBit(svBitVecVal* d, int i, svBit s);
XXTERN void svPutBitselLogic(svLogicVecVal* d, int i, svLogic s);

/*
 * Part-select utility functions.
 *
 * A narrow (<=32 bits) part-select is extracted from the
 * source representation and written into the destination word.
 *
 * Normalized ranges and indexing [n-1:0] are used for both arrays.
 *
 * s=source, d=destination, i=starting bit index, w=width
 * like for variable part-selects; limitations: w <= 32
 */
XXTERN void svGetPartselBit(svBitVecVal* d, const svBitVecVal* s, int i, int w);
XXTERN void svGetPartselLogic(svLogicVecVal* d, const svLogicVecVal* s, int i, int w);

XXTERN void svPutPartselBit(svBitVecVal* d, const svBitVecVal s, int i, int w);
XXTERN void svPutPartselLogic(svLogicVecVal* d, const svLogicVecVal s, int i, int w);

/*
 * Open array querying functions
 * These functions are modeled upon the SystemVerilog array
 * querying functions and use the same semantics.
 *
 * If the dimension is 0, then the query refers to the
 * packed part of an array (which is one-dimensional).
 * Dimensions > 0 refer to the unpacked part of an array.
 */
/* h= handle to open array, d=dimension */
XXTERN int svLeft(const svOpenArrayHandle h, int d);
XXTERN int svRight(const svOpenArrayHandle h, int d);
XXTERN int svLow(const svOpenArrayHandle h, int d);
XXTERN int svHigh(const svOpenArrayHandle h, int d);
XXTERN int svIncrement(const svOpenArrayHandle h, int d);
XXTERN int svSize(const svOpenArrayHandle h, int d);
XXTERN int svDimensions(const svOpenArrayHandle h);

/*
 * Pointer to the actual representation of the whole array of any type
 * NULL if not in C layout
 */
XXTERN void *svGetArrayPtr(const svOpenArrayHandle);

/* total size in bytes or 0 if not in C layout */
XXTERN int svSizeOfArray(const svOpenArrayHandle);

/*
 * Return a pointer to an element of the array
 * or NULL if index outside the range or null pointer
 */
XXTERN void *svGetArrElemPtr(const svOpenArrayHandle, int indx1, ...);

/* specialized versions for 1-, 2- and 3-dimensional arrays: */
XXTERN void *svGetArrElemPtr1(const svOpenArrayHandle, int indx1);
XXTERN void *svGetArrElemPtr2(const svOpenArrayHandle, int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void *svGetArrElemPtr3(const svOpenArrayHandle, int indx1, int indx2,
        int indx3);

/*
 * Functions for copying between simulator storage and user space.
 * These functions copy the whole packed array in either direction.
 * The user is responsible for allocating an array to hold the
 * canonical representation.
 */

/* s=source, d=destination */
/* From user space into simulator storage */
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElemVecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVecVal* s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElem1VecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVecVal* s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElem2VecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVecVal* s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElem3VecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVecVal* s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);

XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElemVecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVecVal* s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElem1VecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVecVal* s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElem2VecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVecVal* s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElem3VecVal(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVecVal* s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);

/* From simulator storage into user space */
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElemVecVal(svBitVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElem1VecVal(svBitVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElem2VecVal(svBitVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElem3VecVal(svBitVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElemVecVal(svLogicVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElem1VecVal(svLogicVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElem2VecVal(svLogicVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElem3VecVal(svLogicVecVal* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);

XXTERN   svBit svGetBitArrElem(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1, ...);
XXTERN   svBit svGetBitArrElem1(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1);
XXTERN   svBit svGetBitArrElem2(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN   svBit svGetBitArrElem3(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1, int indx2,
          int indx3);
XXTERN   svLogic svGetLogicArrElem(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1, ...);
XXTERN   svLogic svGetLogicArrElem1(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1);
XXTERN   svLogic svGetLogicArrElem2(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN   svLogic svGetLogicArrElem3(const svOpenArrayHandle s, int indx1, int indx2,
          int indx3);
XXTERN   void svPutLogicArrElem(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svLogic value, int indx1,
          ...);
XXTERN   void svPutLogicArrElem1(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svLogic value, int indx1);
XXTERN   void svPutLogicArrElem2(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svLogic value, int indx1,
          int indx2);
XXTERN   void svPutLogicArrElem3(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svLogic value, int indx1,
          int indx2, int indx3);
XXTERN   void svPutBitArrElem(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svBit value, int indx1, ...);
XXTERN   void svPutBitArrElem1(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svBit value, int indx1);
XXTERN   void svPutBitArrElem2(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svBit value, int indx1,
          int indx2);
XXTERN   void svPutBitArrElem3(const svOpenArrayHandle d, svBit value, int indx1,
          int indx2, int indx3);

/* Functions for working with DPI context */

/*
 * Retrieve the active instance scope currently associated with the executing
 * imported function. Unless a prior call to svSetScope has occurred, this
 * is the scope of the function's declaration site, not call site.
 * Returns NULL if called from C code that is *not* an imported function.
 */
XXTERN svScope svGetScope();

/*
 * Set context for subsequent export function execution.
 * This function must be called before calling an export function, unless
 * the export function is called while executing an import function. In that
 * case the export function shall inherit the scope of the surrounding import
 * function. This is known as the "default scope".
 * The return is the previous active scope (per svGetScope)
 */
XXTERN svScope svSetScope(const svScope scope);

/* Gets the fully qualified name of a scope handle */
XXTERN const char* svGetNameFromScope(const svScope);

/*
 * Retrieve svScope to instance scope of an arbitrary function declaration.
 * (can be either module, program, interface, or generate scope)
 * The return value shall be NULL for unrecognized scope names.
 */
XXTERN svScope svGetScopeFromName(const char* scopeName);

/*
 * Store an arbitrary user data pointer for later retrieval by svGetUserData()
 * The userKey is generated by the user. It must be guaranteed by the user to
 * be unique from all other userKey's for all unique data storage requirements
 * It is recommended that the address of static functions or variables in the
 * user's C code be used as the userKey.
 * It is illegal to pass in NULL values for either the scope or userData
 * arguments. It is also an error to call svPutUserData() with an invalid
 * svScope. This function returns -1 for all error cases, 0 upon success. It is
 * suggested that userData values of 0 (NULL) not be used as otherwise it can
 * be impossible to discern error status returns when calling svGetUserData()
 */
XXTERN int svPutUserData(const svScope scope, void *userKey, void* userData);

/*
 * Retrieve an arbitrary user data pointer that was previously
 * stored by a call to svPutUserData(). See the comment above
 * svPutUserData() for an explanation of userKey, as well as
 * restrictions on NULL and illegal svScope and userKey values.
 * This function returns NULL for all error cases, 0 upon success.
 * This function also returns NULL in the event that a prior call
 * to svPutUserData() was never made.
 */
XXTERN void* svGetUserData(const svScope scope, void* userKey);

/*
 * Returns the file and line number in the SV code from which the import call
 * was made. If this information available, returns TRUE and updates fileName
 * and lineNumber to the appropriate values. Behavior is unpredictable if
 * fileName or lineNumber are not appropriate pointers. If this information is
 * not available return FALSE and contents of fileName and lineNumber not
 * modified. Whether this information is available or not is implementation-
 * specific. Note that the string provided (if any) is owned by the SV
 * implementation and is valid only until the next call to any SV function.
 * Applications must not modify this string or free it
 */
XXTERN int svGetCallerInfo(const char** fileName, int *lineNumber);

/*
 * Returns 1 if the current execution thread is in the disabled state.
 * Disable protocol must be adhered to if in the disabled state.
 */
XXTERN int svIsDisabledState();

/*
 * Imported functions call this API function during disable processing to
 * acknowledge that they are correctly participating in the DPI disable protocol.
 * This function must be called before returning from an imported function that is
 * in the disabled state.
 */
XXTERN void svAckDisabledState();

/*
 **********************************************************
 * DEPRECATED PORTION OF FILE STARTS FROM HERE.
 * IEEE-1800-compliant tools may not provide
 * support for the following functionality.
 **********************************************************
 */

/*
 * Canonical representation of packed arrays
 * 2-state and 4-state vectors, modeled upon PLI's avalue/bvalue
 */
#define SV_CANONICAL_SIZE(WIDTH) (((WIDTH)+31)>>5)
typedef unsigned int svBitVec32;/* (a chunk of) packed bit array */
typedef struct { unsigned int c; unsigned int d;}
svLogicVec32; /* (a chunk of) packed logic array */

/* reference to a standalone packed array */
typedef void* svBitPackedArrRef;
typedef void* svLogicPackedArrRef;

/*
 * total size in bytes of the simulator's representation of a packed array
 * width in bits
 */
XXTERN int svSizeOfBitPackedArr(int width);
XXTERN int svSizeOfLogicPackedArr(int width);

/* Translation between the actual representation and the canonical representation */

/* s=source, d=destination, w=width */
/* actual <-- canonical */
XXTERN void svPutBitVec32(svBitPackedArrRef d, const svBitVec32* s, int w);
XXTERN void svPutLogicVec32(svLogicPackedArrRef d, const svLogicVec32* s, int w);

/* canonical <-- actual */
XXTERN void svGetBitVec32(svBitVec32* d, const svBitPackedArrRef s, int w);
XXTERN void svGetLogicVec32(svLogicVec32* d, const svLogicPackedArrRef s, int w);

/*
 * Bit-select functions
 * Packed arrays are assumed to be indexed n-1:0,
 * where 0 is the index of LSB
 */

/* s=source, i=bit-index */
XXTERN svBit svGetSelectBit(const svBitPackedArrRef s, int i);
XXTERN svLogic svGetSelectLogic(const svLogicPackedArrRef s, int i);

/* d=destination, i=bit-index, s=scalar */
XXTERN void svPutSelectBit(svBitPackedArrRef d, int i, svBit s);
XXTERN void svPutSelectLogic(svLogicPackedArrRef d, int i, svLogic s);

/*
 * functions for part-select
 *
 * a narrow (<=32 bits) part-select is copied between
 * the implementation representation and a single chunk of
 * canonical representation
 * Normalized ranges and indexing [n-1:0] are used for both arrays:
 * the array in the implementation representation and the canonical array.
 *
 * s=source, d=destination, i=starting bit index, w=width
 * like for variable part-selects; limitations: w <= 32
 */

/* canonical <-- actual */
XXTERN void svGetPartSelectBit(svBitVec32* d, const svBitPackedArrRef s,
        int i, int w);
XXTERN svBitVec32 svGetBits(const svBitPackedArrRef s, int i, int w);
XXTERN svBitVec32 svGet32Bits(const svBitPackedArrRef s, int i); /* 32-bits */

XXTERN uint64_t svGet64Bits(const svBitPackedArrRef s, int i);

/* 64-bits */
XXTERN void svGetPartSelectLogic(svLogicVec32* d, const svLogicPackedArrRef s,
        int i, int w);
/* actual <-- canonical */
XXTERN void svPutPartSelectBit(svBitPackedArrRef d, const svBitVec32 s,
        int i, int w);
XXTERN void svPutPartSelectLogic(svLogicPackedArrRef d, const svLogicVec32 s,
        int i, int w);

/*
 * Functions for open array translation between simulator and canonical
 * representations. These functions copy the whole packed array in either
 * direction. The user is responsible for allocating an array in the
 * canonical representation.
 */

/* s=source, d=destination */
/* actual <-- canonical */
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElemVec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVec32* s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElem1Vec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVec32* s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElem2Vec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVec32* s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svPutBitArrElem3Vec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svBitVec32* s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElemVec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVec32* s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElem1Vec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVec32* s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElem2Vec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVec32* s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svPutLogicArrElem3Vec32(const svOpenArrayHandle d, const svLogicVec32* s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);

/* canonical <-- actual */
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElemVec32(svBitVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElem1Vec32(svBitVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElem2Vec32(svBitVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svGetBitArrElem3Vec32(svBitVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElemVec32(svLogicVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, ...);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElem1Vec32(svLogicVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElem2Vec32(svLogicVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2);
XXTERN void svGetLogicArrElem3Vec32(svLogicVec32* d, const svOpenArrayHandle s,
        int indx1, int indx2, int indx3);

/*
 **********************************************************
 * DEPRECATED PORTION OF FILE ENDS HERE.
 **********************************************************
 */

#undef DPI_EXTERN

#ifdef DPI_PROTOTYPES
#undef DPI_PROTOTYPES
#undef XXTERN
#undef EETERN
#endif

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif

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