Intel Quartus Prime Support for Verilog 2001

Intel® Quartus® Prime support for Verilog 2001 is described in the following table. Section numbers match those in the IEEE Std. 1364-2001 IEEE Standard Verilog Hardware Description Language manual. Note that the sections numbers do not always match those in the IEEE Std 1394-2001 IEEE Hardware Description Language Based on the Verilog Hardware Description Language manual. This table lists all supported constructs, but lists only the major unsupported constructs.

Section

Verilog HDL Construct

Intel® Quartus® Prime Support

2.8

Attributes

Supported.

3.2

Signed data types

Supported.

3.10

Arrays

Supported.

3.11.2

localparam

Supported.

4.1

New operators: **, <<<, and >>>

Supported.

4.2.1

+: and -: part-selects

Supported.

9.7.5

Implicit event_expression list

Supported.

12.1.3

Generated Instantiation

Supported.

12.2.2.2

Parameter value assignment by name

Supported.

12.3.3

Net types in Port Declarations

Supported.

12.3.4

List of Ports Declarations

Supported.

13

Configuring the contents of a design

Not supported.

19.4

`ifdef, `else, `elsif, `endif, `ifndef compiler directives

Supported.

Note: Support for each Verilog HDL construct is described with one of the following terms:
  • Supported— The Intel® Quartus® Prime software offers full support for the construct.
  • Not-supported— The construct cannot be used in a Verilog Design File (.v) Definition. If used, the construct causes an error when the Intel® Quartus® Prime software compiles the file.

Verilog 2001 provides additional reserved words, which are listed below. Reserved words cannot be used as identifiers in Verilog HDL designs.

automatic

generate

instance

library

unsigned

cell

genvar

liblist

noshowcancelled

use

config

incdir

library

signed

unsigned

endgenerate

include

localparam

showcancelled

 

pulsestyle_onevent

pulsestyle_ondetect

     
Note: Refer to the Intel® Quartus® Prime Verilog HDL Support tables for detailed information on supported Verilog 1995 features. Refer to the Intel® Quartus® Prime Support for SystemVerilog 2005 tables for detailed information on supported SystemVerilog 2005 features.