Hello Gary,

this is a VERY late reply, but I had a similar 
problem today, 
so maybe this helps you and anyone who doesn't 
get JEDEC. 

I found out that at least one problem was, that 
the JEDEC file 
generator uses the "Name" entry in the CUPL 
source file to 
create the base name of the JEDEC file.

So if my CPUL design file is called "mygal.pld" 
in the 
subfolder "gals", but the "Name" field in the 
header reads

Name        Control GAL for mygal       ;

then the resulting JEDEC is stored in 
"Control.JED" (and this 
file comes up in the root node of the database 
directory). 
When I have a monolithic MS Access Database, the 
file doesn't 
come up at all. 

changing the "Name" field to 

Name        mygal       ;

fixes the problem.

wkr,
        Thomas.


> 3-8-02
> After successfully compiling and simulating some very simple 16V8 parts
> I cannot get the CUPL compiler to spit out the JEDEC files.  I searched
> back to 1999 and found one other question like this posted by Marcus
> Desgronte.  However, there were no responses (at least direct to the
> forum) to his query.
> 
> Any similar encounters, suggestions?
> 
> Are you still there Marcus?
> 
> Please help,
> Gary Packman


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