C To HDL - Example Tools

Example Tools

  • C-to-Verilog tool from www.c-to-verilog.com
  • C-to HDL tool from Politecnico di Milano (Italy) with free source code from PandA website
  • C-to-Verilog tool (NISC) from University of California, Irvine
  • ROCCC 2.0 (free and open source C to HDL tool) from Jacquard Computing Inc.
  • Altium Designer 6.9 and 7.0 (a.k.a. Summer 08) from Altium
  • Nios II C-to-Hardware Acceleration Compiler from Altera
  • Catapult C tool from Mentor Graphics
  • Cynthesizer from Forte Design Systems
  • SystemC from Celoxica (defunct)
  • Handel-C from Celoxica (defunct)
  • DIME-C from Nallatech
  • Impulse C from Impulse Accelerated Technologies
  • FpgaC which is an open source initiative
  • SA-C programming language
  • Cascade from Critical Blue
  • Mitrion-C from Mitrionics
  • C2R Compiler from Cebatech
  • PICO Express from Synfora
  • SPARK (a C-to-VHDL) from University Of California, San Diego
  • Hardware Compile Environment (HCE) from Accelize (formerly HARWEST Compiling Environment from Ylichron)
  • HercuLeS (C/assembly-to-VHDL) tool with web interface access
  • VLSI/VHDL CAD Group Index of Useful Tools from CWRU University homepage
  • DWARV as part of the research project Delft Work Bench and used in the hArtes tool chain
  • MyHDL is a Python-subset compiler and simulator to VHDL and/or Verilog
  • GHDL is a VHDL simulator and compiler capable of calling functions or procedures written in a foreign language, such as C, C++ or Ada95

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