This release brings a number of configuration options to the DSim Cloud platform as well as support for the newly released
mdc dvhencrypt command.
Remote Compute Resources
First, you'll be to choose the remote compute size for your interactive workspace. We expect the selection will grow as we learn more about your needs, but we're launching with two choices to get started. A remote workspace with 4GB of ram is the default, but if your design requires more, you can initialize your workspace with 8GB.
Next, managing your DSim Cloud configuration just got a whole lot more flexible. To keep things tidy, we moved the default location of the config files to the root of the workspace. Now you can manage them easier in source control and simply fully exclude the
Need to switch configs frequently? You can now keep multiple config files and use the
-c option on commands to select which one to use. No need to rename configs to manage different needs anymore.
New dvhencrypt Command
Lastly DSim Cloud includes a
mdc dvhencrypt command for encrypting VHDL source files.
All the details for each of these new capabilities are linked to below. As with all release, if you any feedback (good or bad), we'd love to know.
Below is the complete list of features and bugs contained within the release.
The DSim Cloud 0.11.0 release contains the following highlights:
- 7 Features Included
|S845||New dvhencrypt command for encrypting source files||CLI Update|
||Initialize, CLI Update|
|S865||Change in default location of config file. Now at root of the workspace.||CLI Update|
|S866||Change in default location of sync ignore. Now at root of the workspace.||CLI Update|
|S895||Default DSIM version is now 20230116.4.0||Initialize|
* To obtain a new feature/fix, one or more user actions may be required. See the below table for a legend providing details on the various "availability" values.
|Availability||User Action(s) Needed|
|Immediate||Nothing is needed from the user. Feature/fix will be seen immediately.|
|CLI Update||Users must install the latest version of the CLI|
|Resume||Users must pause existing workspaces and then resume|
|Initialize||Users must destroy existing workspaces and initialize|