write_verilog - write design to Verilog file
write_verilog [options] [filename]
Write the current design to a Verilog file.
with this option, SystemVerilog constructs like always_comb are used
without this option all internal object names (the ones with a dollar
instead of a backslash prefix) are changed to short names in the
insert this prefix in front of auto-generated instance names
with this option no attributes are included in the output
with this option attributes are included as comments in the output
without this option all internal cells are converted to Verilog
add initial statements with hierarchical refs to initialize FFs when
in -noexpr mode.
32-bit constant values are by default dumped as decimal numbers,
not bit pattern. This option deactivates this feature and instead
will write out all constants in binary.
dump 32-bit constants in decimal and without size and radix
constant values that are compatible with hex output are usually
dumped as hex values. This option deactivates this feature and
instead will write out all constants in binary.
Parameters and attributes that are specified as strings in the
original input will be output as strings by this back-end. This
deactivates this feature and instead will write string constants
as binary numbers.
Connection assignments with simple left hand side without concatenations.
instead of initializing memories using assignments to individual
elements, use the '$readmemh' function to read initialization data
from a file. This data is written to a file named by appending
a sequential index to the Verilog filename and replacing the extension
with '.mem', e.g. 'write_verilog -extmem foo.v' writes 'foo-1.mem',
'foo-2.mem' and so on.
use 'defparam' statements instead of the Verilog-2001 syntax for
usually modules with the 'blackbox' attribute are ignored. with
this option set only the modules with the 'blackbox' attribute
are written to the output file.
only write selected modules. modules must be selected entirely or
not at all.
verbose output (print new names of all renamed wires and cells)
Note that RTLIL processes can't always be mapped directly to Verilog
always blocks. This frontend should only be used to export an RTLIL
netlist, i.e. after the "proc" pass has been used to convert all
processes to logic networks and registers. A warning is generated when
this command is called on a design with RTLIL processes.