I was thinking, there should be a program called myhdl working like:
$ myhdl vhdl hello1.py
…converted to VHDL: hello1.vhd
I know the link:
I read the full page and still don’t know how to convert MyHDL-Code to VHDL. I’m using example code from the tutorial, which outputs:
$ python3 hello1.py
10 Hello World!
30 Hello World!
50 Hello World!
<class ‘myhdl._SuspendSimulation’>: Simulated 50 timesteps
But what am I seeing there? What does this output mean?
How to convert MyHDL-Python-Code to VHDL, seriously?
Actually, I’m new to Python, too. Do I overlook something? I’m using Cygwin shell on Windows.