Added notes for compilation on OS X

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Steffen Vogel 2017-02-07 11:12:31 -03:00
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More information and documentation can be found on the Yosys web site:
Getting Started
You need a C++ compiler with C++11 support (up-to-date CLANG or GCC is
recommended) and some standard tools such as GNU Flex, GNU Bison, and GNU Make.
TCL, readline and libffi are optional (see ENABLE_* settings in Makefile).
Xdot (graphviz) is used by the ``show`` command in yosys to display schematics.
For example on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS the following commands will install all
prerequisites for building yosys:
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libreadline-dev gawk tcl-dev libffi-dev git mercurial \
graphviz xdot pkg-config python3
Similarily, on Mac OS X MacPorts or Homebrew can be used to install dependencies:
$ brew install bison flex gawk libffi \
git mercurial graphviz pkg-config python3
$ sudo port install bison flex readline gawk libffi \
git mercurial graphviz pkg-config python3
There are also pre-compiled Yosys binary packages for Ubuntu and Win32 as well
as a source distribution for Visual Studio. Visit the Yosys download page for
more information:
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Note that this also downloads, builds and installs ABC (using yosys-abc
as executable name).
Getting Started
Yosys can be used with the interactive command shell, with
synthesis scripts or with command line arguments. Let's perform
a simple synthesis job using the interactive command shell: