Use HDL import to import synthesizable HDL code into the
Simulink modeling environment. When you run the
function, HDL import parses the input HDL file and generates a Simulink model. When generating the model unconnected components that do not directly
contribute to the output are removed. The model visually represents the HDL code in terms of
functionality and behavior. You can compile and run the model to verify the functionality of
the HDL code.
Round-trip code generation with HDL import is not recommended. Do not use HDL import to import the HDL code that was previously generated from a Simulink model by using the HDL Coder™ software. The Simulink model that you create is typically at a higher abstraction level. The model generated by HDL import might be at a lower abstraction level. The HDL code you generate from this model might not be usable for production code.
To generate production HDL code, develop your algorithm by using Simulink blocks, MATLAB® code, or Stateflow® charts. Then, use HDL Coder to generate code.
|Import Verilog code and generate Simulink model|
- Import Verilog Code and Generate Simulink Model
What is Verilog HDL import and how to import HDL code and generate Simulink model.
- Supported Verilog Constructs for HDL Import
Supported HDL constructs that you can import into the model-based design environment.
- Verilog Dataflow Modeling with HDL Import
Supported HDL dataflow patterns that you can use when importing the HDL code into the model-based design environment.