Description UMHDL setup-2.0 IDE for learning HDLs
UMHDL is an educational integrated development environment (IDE) intended for learning digital designing with programmable logic devices. By using hardware description languages (HDLs) through simulation, this open source tool allows learning VHDL language. Its front-end has an interface that allows writing code (with syntax highlighting), invokes an external VHDL compiler and simulator (such as GHDL) and displays the result of the simulation graphically as waveforms (invoking to GTKWave).
KJWaves, SPICE3 GUI and waveform viewer
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