Euclide is an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) for SystemVerilog enabling chip designers and verification engineers to reduce project time, improve code quality and avoid re-spins.
Synopsys Euclide accelerates correct-by-construction code development through context specific autocompletion and content assistance that is tuned for Synopsys VCS® simulation, Verdi® debug, and ZeBu® emulation, helping engineers to improve code quality during the entire project development cycle.
Synopsys Euclide features on-the-fly incremental compilation, elaboration, pseudo-synthesis and rule checking, all of which are integrated into the editor and provide feedback in seconds. Euclide helps to minimalize implementation bugs in RTL and testbench, improving project convergence rate and eliminating patchy code
Fast RTL and testbench checking
Runs on-the-fly while typing code, typically takes seconds to produce feedback
Avoid re-spins, unnecessary simulations, and lengthy debug sessions
Context specific autocompletion and content assistance
Reference signals, parameters, and struct/class members
Instantiate modules and interfaces with all parameters and ports
View, review and navigate
Design and UVM hierarchy tree
View hierarchy-dependent values of data types and parameters