The DVT Eclipse IDE is working very well for me. Not sure how was I able to write any UVM code without it before - well done for creating it!
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know that people are lovin' DVT these days. I've gotten comments on how much better the editing performance and user experience is. A couple of new projects have contacted me to help get them setup.
Through out my learning curve of the DVT Eclipse IDE, and to some extent system verilog, the questions posed to the guys at AMIQ have been answered politely, quickly and positively in every case. Suggestions that I have made have been considered and amazingly enough even adopted! I am very happy with the DVT Eclipse IDE and more importantly the people behind the product.
I absolutely love the DVT Eclipse IDE and have turned borderline evangelical about it, well done, thanks again!
The DVT Eclipse IDE is an answer tool, and I can no longer live without it :)
I had setup several teams in my division with DVT Eclipse IDE in their design models. I think it is a great product and is pretty much a necessity for verification engineers.
Thanks for supper fast support. And great job in the tool. After using the DVT Eclipse IDE I feel I have been living in stone ages using gvim!
It’s great to see how you guys are committed to make the product better, it’s always been a pleasure to work with AMIQ team. The DVT Eclipse IDE is the reason why I am being so much more productive. So a big thanks to AMIQ!
I've used IDE's for software development for over 20 years. When I started doing design verification, the first thing I did was search for an IDE for SystemVerilog, and I quickly came upon the DVT Eclipse IDE. It has become an indispensable tool for creating and navigating complex testbench environments. I rarely use anything else to view and edit SystemVerilog code anymore. Through the entire time I've been a user of DVT, AMIQ's first-class level of support has been above and beyond my expectations. Thanks AMIQ!
Just the speed that I can run through code, develop/debug is worth tremendously. I'm pretty sure that the efficiency gained through using the DVT Eclipse IDE, is the greatest contributor to me being seen as a valuable verification engineer. I'd simply be lost in a jungle of code without it.