There was a program that was sold years ago called MultiVHDL. This, I believe, was an add-on module for Multisim. This has been discontinued and is no longer available. This was the only means that I am aware of for Multisim to support VHDL code. Multisim no longer,, to my knowledge, supports anything VHDL. You can't even get components written in VHDL to simulate without this MultiVHDL installed.
I believe my above statements to be correct as this was conveyed in another post some time ago by Nestor, I think. NI my be able to explain it better, as this is all I know about this.
If I may interject some comments. MultiVHDL was based on a product by Green Mountain Computing Systems and I suspect there was some type of problem with the two companies coming to terms, or some such nonsense. I think NI would have a killer product if they could support some type of VHDL capability in Multisim (I have some ideas of what that could be from an educational point of view). Again, from an educational point of view, can you imagine the possibilities and sales potential for a product like this. It would cover most of what is being taught in Engineering and Technical schools these days. And students would be likely to carry with them a really strong identification of NI into the working world. I would love to see NI team up with Altera or Xilinx and do something like this. But for practical reasons I won't go into here, it will probably never happen. VHDL is a tool all future Engineers and Technicians will have to learn and would nicely complement Multisim.
Thanks for letting me vent,
Why is there a VHDL choice under Simulate? It's greyed out in my V10.1 Power Pro Suite.
Why does the Wizard allow creation of a VHDL part?
There is a document telling how to create a VHDL part.
It includes a .zip file with a part you can actually load in and create a VHDL part with, but I can't get beyond that.
Can someone explain this?
Is this all defunct residue that doesn't work?
Well I got an answer from tech support.
We used to have a product called Multi-VHDL and unfortunately, due to the
lack of interest it was discontinued, we no longer sell this product. The
only reason why VHDL options are still in Multisim is for those who
purchased Multi-VHDL, if they have that product installed these options
will still work for them.
select a module
(---use the lib in the website ----ADC )
execute -- compile
errs occurs :
----errs: INVALID Paths
--" ! spaces in project paths are not support."
Is there anybody can explain why this occurs.
I use the winxp(chinese simplified version)