C-to-Verilog for embedded designs


My name is Nadav and I operate the website

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; In the website people can cut-and-paste their C code and it will "compile" and synthesize it into a Verilog module. You can later synthesize the core to an FPGA and connect it to a SoC design. The generated Verilog is optimized for size, frequency and cycles. The trade-offs can be decided by the user. I try to parallelize as much as possible in order to turn loops into pipelined units. I been working on the engine for two years now but I only opened the website last week. I would appreciate any feedback regarding the quality of the designs, the interfaces for embedded developers, usability, etc.

Nadav Rotem

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