The Design and Verification Tools (DVT) Eclipse IDE is an integrated development environment (IDE) for the e language, SystemVerilog, Verilog, Verilog-AMS and VHDL. It is similar to well-known programming tools like Visual Studio®, NetBeans®, and IntelliJ®.
The DVT Debugger is an add-on module to the DVT Eclipse IDE. It integrates with all major simulators and provides advanced debugging capabilities.
Verissimo SystemVerilog Testbench Linter is a coding guideline and verification methodology compliance checker that enables engineers to perform a thorough audit of their testbenches.
Specador is a tool that automatically generates accurate HTML documentation from comments inserted in the source code.
Once you start using the DVT Eclipse IDE you'll wish you had done it sooner. The learning curve is low but productivity gain is quickly realized, even for a novice user. Probably the single largest productivity boost for code development. It's hard to work without DVT, you feel handicapped. Using only the simplest subset of its total features doubles my productivity in code development, imagine if I were a power user. AMIQ responds quickly and tool bugs are immediately evaluated. Feature requests are even considered. It seems that in the development community, generally it's the best and brightest that have adopted the DVT Eclipse IDE.