Quick Xilinx KCPSM3 with verilog question.

Does anyone actually believe that KCPSM stands for Constant(k) Coded Programmable State Machine, as opposed to Ken Chapman's Programmable State Machine?

I find the whole thing rather fishy.

The real question: When using verilog, is it "better" to use the kcpsm3.ngc file in the package, or the .v source files? This is with ISE7.

Specifically, are the source files as up to date as the .ngc file and will the synthesis result in as compact a result as the provided .ngc file?

Thanks. Paul.

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