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SCLive is a complete Linux-based SystemC Development Environment, which boots directly off a CD or USB memory stick, allowing you to
SCLive is a complete Linux-based SystemC Development Environment, which boots directly off a CD or USB memory stick, allowing you to use SystemC without having to install any software.
The SystemC Live-CD is under 128MB and can be burned to a CD, mini-CD (8 cm) or a USB key. You can boot your machine off the CD or key and have a great SystemC based Linux distribution, for free and without commitment.
The LiveCD contains a complete Linux-based SystemC development environment, including:-
OCSI SystemC 2.1 Simulator Kernel
XFCE4 windows manager
Firefox Internet browser
GNU C and C++ compilers
xffm File manager
Geany Development environment
GTKWave Waveforms Viewer
This distribution is developed by Esperan (www.esperan.com) and maintained at: sclive.blogsite.org
What's New in This Release:
This new release features the latest SystemC 2.2 library / simulation kernel, The SCV 1.0 library, the TLM 1.0 library all integrated.
In addition, a few programs have been added to the previous version:
- gdb: command line debugger
- ddd: graphical debugger
- vim: powerful editor
- xpdf: pdf viewer
- slapt-get and gslapt: package management
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