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INCREMENTAL COMPILATION




Incremental compilation means that the compiler inspects your code, determines which parts of the application are affected by your changes, and only recompiles the newer files. Incremental compilation can help reduce compile time on small applications, but you achieve the biggest gains on larger applications. The default value of the incremental compiler option is true for most tools.


While recompiling , Incremental compilation does less work than full recompile. The simulation doesn't show any difference , only the compilation time is reduced. Imagine you are working with hundreds of files and U just changed one file, During full recompilation , all the files are recompiled, where in incremental compilation , only the file which is changed and the files which are dependent on changed files are compiled and linked to the already compiled database.




Index
Introduction
Linear Tb
File Io Tb
State Machine Based Tb
Task Based Tb
Self Checking Testbench
Verification Flow
Clock Generator
Simulation
Incremental Compilation
Store And Restore
Event Cycle Simulation
Time Scale And Precision
Stimulus Generation
System Function Random A Myth
Race Condition
Checker
Task And Function
Process Control
Disableing The Block
Watchdog
Compilation N Simulation Switchs
Debugging
About Code Coverage
Testing Stratigies
File Handling
Verilog Semaphore
Finding Testsenarious
Handling Testcase Files
Terimination
Error Injuction
Register Verification
Parameterised Macros
White Gray Black Box
Regression
Tips

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