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// Your use of Intel Corporation's design tools, logic functions and other 
// software and tools, and its AMPP partner logic functions, and any output 
// files any of the foregoing (including device programming or simulation 
// files), and any associated documentation or information are expressly subject 
// to the terms and conditions of the Intel Program License Subscription 
// Agreement, Intel MegaCore Function License Agreement, or other applicable 
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// Intel or its authorized distributors.  Please refer to the applicable 
// agreement for further details.


// $Id: //acds/rel/16.1/ip/sopc/components/verification/lib/verbosity_pkg.sv#1 $
// $Revision: #1 $
// $Date: 2016/08/07 $
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// =head1 NAME
// verbosity_pkg
// =head1 SYNOPSIS
// Package for controlling verbosity of messages sent to the console
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// =head1 COPYRIGHT
// Copyright (c) 2008 Altera Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
// The information contained in this file is the property of Altera
// Corporation. Except as specifically authorized in writing by Altera 
// Corporation, the holder of this file shall keep all information 
// contained herein confidential and shall protect same in whole or in part 
// from disclosure and dissemination to all third parties. Use of this 
// program confirms your agreement with the terms of this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// =head1 DESCRIPTION
// This module will dump diagnostic messages to the console during
// simulation. The level of verbosity can be controlled in the test
// bench by using the *set_verbosity* method in the imported package
// verbosity_pkg. For a given setting, message at that level and all
// lower levels are dumped. For example, setting VERBOSITY_DEBUG level
// causes all messages to be dumped, while VERBOSITY_FAILURE restricts
// only failure messages and those tagged as VERBOSITY_NONE to be
// dumped.
// The different levels are:
// =over 4
// =item 1 VERBOSITY_NONE
// Messages tagged with this level are always dumped to the console.
// =item 2 VERBOSITY_FAILURE
// A fatal simulation error has occurred and the simulator will exit.
// =item 3 VERBOSITY_ERROR
// A non-fatal error has occured. An example is a data comparison mismatch.
// =item 4 VERBOSITY_WARNING
// Warn the user that a potential error has occurred.
// =item 5 VERBOSITY_INFO
// Informational message.
// =item 6 VERBOSITY_DEBUG
// Dump enough state to diagnose problem scenarios.
// =back


`ifndef _AVALON_VERBOSITY_PKG_
`define _AVALON_VERBOSITY_PKG_

package verbosity_pkg;

        timeunit 1ps;
        timeprecision 1ps;
   
   typedef enum int {VERBOSITY_NONE, 
                     VERBOSITY_FAILURE, 
                     VERBOSITY_ERROR, 
                     VERBOSITY_WARNING, 
                     VERBOSITY_INFO,
                     VERBOSITY_DEBUG} Verbosity_t;

   Verbosity_t  verbosity = VERBOSITY_INFO;
   string       message = "";
   int          dump_file;
   int          dump = 0;

   //--------------------------------------------------------------------------
   // =head1 Public Methods API
   // =pod
   // This section describes the public methods in the application programming
   // interface (API). In this case the application program is the test bench
   // or component which imports this package.
   // =cut
   //--------------------------------------------------------------------------

   function automatic Verbosity_t get_verbosity(); // public
      // Returns the global verbosity setting.
      return verbosity;
   endfunction

   function automatic void set_verbosity ( // public
      Verbosity_t v
   );
      // Sets the global verbosity setting.

      string       verbosity_str;               
      verbosity = v;

      case(verbosity)
        VERBOSITY_NONE: verbosity_str = "VERBOSITY_";      
        VERBOSITY_FAILURE: verbosity_str = "VERBOSITY_FAILURE";
        VERBOSITY_ERROR: verbosity_str = "VERBOSITY_ERROR";
        VERBOSITY_WARNING: verbosity_str = "VERBOSITY_WARNING";
        VERBOSITY_INFO: verbosity_str = "VERBOSITY_INFO";
        VERBOSITY_DEBUG: verbosity_str = "VERBOSITY_DEBUG";        
        default: verbosity_str = "UNKNOWN";
      endcase 
      $sformat(message, "%m: Setting Verbosity level=%0d (%s)",
               verbosity, verbosity_str);
      print(VERBOSITY_NONE, message);                  
   endfunction

   function automatic void print( // public
      Verbosity_t level, 
      string message
   );
      // Print a message to the console if the verbosity argument
      // is less than or equal to the global verbosity setting.
      string level_str;

      if (level <= verbosity) begin
         case(level)
           VERBOSITY_NONE: level_str = "";         
           VERBOSITY_FAILURE: level_str = "FAILURE:";
           VERBOSITY_ERROR: level_str = "ERROR:";
           VERBOSITY_WARNING: level_str = "WARNING:";
           VERBOSITY_INFO: level_str = "INFO:";
           VERBOSITY_DEBUG: level_str = "DEBUG:";          
           default: level_str = "UNKNOWN:";
         endcase 
         
         $display("%t: %s %s",$time, level_str, message);
         if (dump) begin
            $fdisplay(dump_file, "%t: %s %s",$time, level_str, message);
         end
      end
   endfunction

   function automatic void print_divider( // public
      Verbosity_t level
   );
      // Prints a divider line to the console to make a block of related text
      // easier to identify and read.
      string message;
      $sformat(message, 
               "------------------------------------------------------------");
      print(level, message);
   endfunction
   
   function automatic void open_dump_file ( // public
      string dump_file_name = "avalon_bfm_sim.log"
   );
      // Opens a dump file which collects console messages.
        
      if (dump) begin
         $sformat(message, "%m: Dump file already open - ignoring open.");
         print(VERBOSITY_ERROR, message);        
      end else begin
         dump_file = $fopen(dump_file_name, "w");
         $fdisplay(dump_file, "testing dump file");
         $sformat(message, "%m: Opening dump file: %s", dump_file_name);
         print(VERBOSITY_INFO, message);
         dump = 1;       
      end
   endfunction
 
   function automatic void close_dump_file();  // public
      // Close the console message dump file.      
      if (!dump) begin
         $sformat(message, "%m: No open dump file - ignoring close.");
         print(VERBOSITY_ERROR, message);                
      end else begin
         dump = 0;
         $fclose(dump_file);
         $sformat(message, "%m: Closing dump file");
         print(VERBOSITY_INFO, message);         
      end        
   endfunction

   function automatic void abort_simulation();
      string message;
      $sformat(message, "%m: Abort the simulation due to fatal error incident.");      
      print(VERBOSITY_FAILURE, message);
      $stop;
   endfunction
   
endpackage
   
// =cut

`endif   
   

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