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MyHDL 0.11 
==========

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What is MyHDL?
--------------
MyHDL is a free, open-source package for using Python as a hardware
description and verification language.

To find out whether MyHDL can be useful to you, please read:

   - http://www.myhdl.org/start/why.html

License
-------
MyHDL is available under the LGPL license.  See ``LICENSE.txt``.

Website
-------
The project website is located at http://www.myhdl.org

Documentation
-------------
The manual is available on-line:

   - http://docs.myhdl.org/en/stable/manual

What's new
----------
To find out what's new in this release, please read:

   - http://docs.myhdl.org/en/stable/whatsnew/0.11.html

Installation
------------
It is recommended to install MyHDL (and your project's other dependencies) in
a virtualenv.

Installing the latest stable release:

```
pip install myhdl
```

To install the development version from github:
```
pip install -e 'git+https://github.com/myhdl/myhdl#egg=myhdl
```

To install a local clone of the repository:
```
pip install -e path/to/dir
```

To install a specific commit hash, tag or branch from git:
```
pip install -e 'git+https://github.com/myhdl/myhdl@f696b8#egg=myhdl
```


You can test the proper installation as follows:

```
cd myhdl/test/core
py.test
```

To install co-simulation support:

Go to the directory ``cosimulation/<platform>`` for your target platform
and following the instructions in the ``README.txt`` file.