DVT Build Configurations Compatibility Modes - Part I - DVT Default Compatibility Mode
A compatibility mode defines how DVT Eclipse IDE decides what top files to parse and with what language syntax to parse them.
By default, a build file uses the DVT compatibility mode syntax to specify compilation directives. In order to simplify DVT, Verissimo or Specador integration into your company flows, you can enable the parsing of simulator specific compilation directives in build files. This is done by specifying a compatibility mode corresponding to the tools that you use, for example ius.irun or vcs.vlogan.
Part I of this demo movie series illustrates some common pitfalls that might arise when using Default DVT Compatibility Mode, and how to solve such problems.