DVT VHDL IDE User Guide
Rev. 19.1.47, 10 January 2020
The Scope Breadcrumb Navigation Bar appears horizontally at the bottom of source code editors. It shows the scope under the editor cursor, along with all its enclosing scopes.
It is updated automatically as you move the editor cursor through the source code, or whenever you move around code (for example using hyperlinks or double click in views).
Note: (Verilog only) To Show/Hide Unnamed Action Blocks, press the button on the right side of the breadcrumb.
Note: (Verilog and VHDL only) To navigate to members of a different library, click the leftmost arrow, select the library and its list of members will pop up automatically.
Note: (e Language and SLN only) To navigate to members of a different package, click the leftmost arrow, select the package and its list of members will pop up automatically.
Note: (Verilog and e Language only) The names of elements declared inside macros are prefixed with a hash # sign.
Note: (Verilog and e Language only) When the editor cursor is inside a macro call, a macro call element is appended to the breadcrumb. Click on it to go to the macro declaration.
Note: Content filtered elements are shown with gray font, for example the UVM API. For more details, see Content filters