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Install SystemC in Cygwin

Note: This tutorial works with Cygwin 1.5.25-15 and SystemC 2.2.0.


Installing Cygwin

Hop over to cygwin's website and follow the installation procedure. I would recommend to do a full installation.

Installing SystemC

SystemC's class library and event based simulator can be downloaded from the SystemC.org website. You need to create a login before you can download the files.

Type:

export CXX g++

export CC gcc

I used the following procedure to install it:

  1. Download systemc-2.2.0.tgz and write to a suitable location
  2. Unzip the file using tar zxvf systemc-2.2.0.tgz
  3. Navigate to the systemc-2.2.0 directory
  4. Create a subdirectory as per the INSTALL file called objdir
  5. Navigate to the objdir directory
  6. create the destination directory mkdir /usr/local/systemc-2.2
  7. Execute ../configure --prefix=/usr/local/systemc-2.2
  8. Modify the default stack size SC_DEFAULT_STACK_SIZE which you can find in /systemc-2.2.0/src/sysc/kernel/sc_constants.h from 0x10000 to 0x50000

Line 57: const int SC_DEFAULT_STACK_SIZE = 0x50000;

  1. Build systemc using make pthreads
  2. Install systemc using make install
  3. Check the installation using make pthreads_check, you might get the following error:

/usr/local/systemc-2.2/include/systemc.h:175: error: `std::wctomb' has not been declared
/usr/local/systemc-2.2/include/systemc.h:177: error: `std::wcstombs' has not been declared

  1. If this is the case then open /usr/local/systemc-2.2/include/systemc.h and commend out the 2 lines as shown below:

Line 175: // using std::wctomb;
Line 176: using std::mbstowcs;
Line 177: // using std::wcstombs;

  1. re-run make pthreads_check and all tests should pass

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