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    GlenNicholls
    @GlenNicholls
    Correct
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    cool
    svenn71
    @svenn71
    @GlenNicholls thanks for mentioning kramdoc.
    Ismael Pérez R.
    @smgl9
    @suzizecat Last pre-release is self contained including rusthdl. It should work without internet :) https://github.com/TerosTechnology/vscode-terosHDL/releases/tag/latest
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    @smgl9 Nice ! You make me think that I totally forgot o fill the issue about wrong paths for RustHDL... My bad :innocent:
    The actual issue I'm facing in order to use it "on production" at work is that RustHDL won't work on the compute farm (RHEL7 FTW :sob: )
    For what it's worth, GHDL doesn't work either and I have to hack around vivado to get something...
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    we have that issue in mind. The idea is check if rusthdl works in the system. If it fails back to the old VHDL backend (regex)
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Hey there ! Long time no see ;)
    I was wondering, is the documenter able to work with VHDL packages ?
    (Is it (supposed to be) able to generate some documentation for a VHDL package ?)
    Ismael Pérez R.
    @smgl9
    Packages are not currently supported. There is an issue for that. TerosTechnology/colibri#192
    We are working in the next release, hopefully that issue would be solved by then.
    Ismael Pérez R.
    @smgl9
    Anything else you miss in documenter? :)
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Aside from the ever-expanding list of markdown complements that "someone" may need at some point (mermaid, LaTeX syntax...) it seems to do the job quite well !
    Maybe the possibility to specify in a parameter a custom .css file if one is actually used ?
    It still is very minor.
    Great job, as always !
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    besides we are working to support simulation with tools in TerosHDL :D
    with Vivado:
    vivado_utilization.gif
    image.png
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Hey there ! Are multi-folder (within the same top level workspace) VHDL projects supported ?
    I though it worked (and it seemed to) but with latest nigthly I get "No primary unit xxx within library work even though the file is within the work library in the teros project...
    (BTW this vivado feature looks neat !)
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    sorry, could you explain it more?
    you have N TerosHDL project in the project manager ,right?
    TerosHDL only uses the selected project
    (you can use the last beta version, it supports packages)
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    (and the last CI version, you can document a directory https://github.com/TerosTechnology/colibri)
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Well, I have the "latest" artifact from GH, all file loaded in a "work" library within a project.
    (project as in Teros project in project manager)
    Oh wait
    I got it
    When adding a file in the project, you prepend "C:/" but I'm on another drive. Hence I get "C:/e:/<path>" which indeed doesn't works
    image.png
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    ohhhh
    windows... :/
    I will find the bug
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Sorry :innocent:
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    it's nice to have a Windows tester ^^
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    (gotta agree : what an idea to work on Windows.... :9 )
    Well, I would rather be on UNIX but the compute farm at work can't handle modern open source stuff (LIBC too old, no rustHDL, no GHDL... )
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    I would suspect the simplify_path function in colibri source.py file (?)
    It might be related to an upper/lower case issue on the drive name
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    that file is only used in the dependency graph. And it will be deleted
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    I thin that is a problem to convert relative paths to absolute paths
    are you loading the project from a file? or are you adding the files one to one?
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    I added the files one to one
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    try with the new beta version. I have added a print() to see what is the path. You will see in help->developer tools -> console a message as: "----> File.."
    copy what is the path
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Is there a way to get the .vsix directly ?
    It seems that GH didn't create it for your change.
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    ohh
    I had a code error
    Carlos Alberto Ruiz Naranjo
    @qarlosalberto
    @suzizecat now you can download the updated version
    Julien FAUCHER
    @suzizecat
    Purrfect :+1: Will look into it soon