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Functional verification project for the CORE-V family of RISC-V cores. This project is under active construction, and changes are happening regularly.

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First, have a look at the OpenHW Group's website to learn a bit more about who we are and what we are doing.

The documentation for the various CORE-V cores is located in the OpenHW Group's CORE-V documentation repo.

If you want to run a simulation there are currently two perferred options:

  1. To run the CORE testbench (based on the RI5CY testbench) and associated testcases, go to cv32/sim/core and read the README.
  2. To run the CV32E40P UVM environment, go to cv32/sim/uvmt_cv32 and type make. Note that only the Metrics dsim SystemVerilog simulator has been tested at this time (although it should work with Cadence xrun as well).

    A third option is to cv32/tests/core and look at the README and Makefile. Please note that this will eventually be deprecated.

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