CoreTML framework is a template configuration system. It is based on the idea of parametrized templates that are created by inserting special content into source code files. These templates can later be used to generate output files depending upon parameters chosen by the user. CoreTML framework was created primarily to provide a platform for the design and deployment of semiconductor IP cores on a hardware description language (HDL) level (i.e. VHDL or Verilog).
|Tags||Template system FPGA|
|Operating Systems||Linux BSD Windows|
Release Notes: This release features an upgrade of Lua to 5.2.3, the possibility to use 3rd-party Lua addons, a feature to skip shebang and the beginning of the template, and other minor bugfixes and improvements. The build system has been migrated to CMake.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release containing mainly bugfixes and minor improvements. Lua has been updated to 5.2. TMLgen supports more command-line arguments. Various minor bugfixes and improvements to TMLgen and TMLconf. A new example: VHDL lowpass filter generator.
Release Notes: This is the first public release.