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Add info about new project location; add info about cloning with --recursive option

T. Meissner 1 year ago
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 [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/tmeissner/libvhdl.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/tmeissner/libvhdl)
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+The original repository is now located on my own git-server at [https://git.goodcleanfun.de/tmeissner/libvhdl](https://git.goodcleanfun.de/tmeissner/libvhdl)
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+It is mirrored to github with every push, so both should be in sync.
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 # libvhdl
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 A LGPL3 licensed library of reusable components for VHDL designs and testbenches.
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 To run the tests, you have to install GHDL. You can get it from
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 [https://github.com/tgingold/ghdl/](https://github.com/tgingold/ghdl/). Your GHDL version should not be too old, because libvhdl needs VHDL-2008 support. So, it's best to get the latest stable release or build from latest sources. 
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-libvhdl uses the OSVVM library to generate random data for the unit tests. We use version OSVVM version 2014.01. You can find it under the OSVVM folder in the test/
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-directory. If you use another simulator with full OSVVM support, you can download newer versions of the library
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-from [http://osvvm.org](http://osvvm.org).
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+libvhdl uses the OSVVM library to generate random data for the unit tests. It is shipped with libvhdl as git submodule. You have to use the `--recursive` option when clone
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+the libvhdl Repository to get it: `git clone --recursive https://git.goodcleanfun.de/tmeissner/libvhdl`
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 Another useful tool is GTKWave, install it if you want to use the waveform files generated by some of the tests.
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