dwfv 0.2.0

A simple digital waveform viewer with vi-like key bindings

DWFV

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A simple digital waveform viewer with vi-like key bindings.

$ dwfv sample.vcd

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The tool takes a Value Change Dump (VCD) file (as defined by IEEE Standard 1364-1995) as input and displays the waveforms using tui-rs.

The backend API which facilitates the manipulation of digital signals in Rust is also exposed and can be used independently of the TUI.

Installation

$ cargo install dwfv

From sources:

$ cargo install --path .

Key Bindings

Global

  • q: quit

Cursor movement

  • h/Left: move cursor left
  • j/Down: move cursor down
  • k/Up: move cursor up
  • l/Right: move cursor right
  • w: jump forward to the next rising edge
  • e: jump forward to the next falling edge
  • b: jump backward to the previous rising edge
  • 0: jump to timestamp 0
  • ^/Home: jump to the first event
  • $/End: jump to the last event
  • gg: jump to first signal
  • G: jump to last signal

Frame

  • zi/+: zoom in
  • zo/-: zoom out
  • zc/=: zoom fit
  • zz: center cursor on screen

Editing

  • o: edit layout
  • dd/Delete: delete the selected signal
  • yy: copy the selected signal
  • p: paste the clipboard after cursor
  • P: paste the clipboard before cursor
  • u: undo
  • r: redo
  • c: show clipboard

Search

  • f: search for event in the selected signal
  • /: search for pattern in the signal's names
  • n: repeat search forward
  • N: repeat search backward

Visual mode

  • v: start visual mode
  • <enter>: zoom fit the selected time frame

Mouse

  • Left click: move cursor
  • Right click: zoom out
  • Wheel up: zoom in
  • Wheel down: zoom out
  • Hold/release left click: zoom fit the selected time frame

Command-Line Interface

Show some stats about the VCD file

$ dwfv examples/sample.vcd stats
test
  ! (value) - width: 8, edges: 37, from: 0, to: 1010
  " (clk) - width: 1, edges: 102, from: 0, to: 1010
  # (reset) - width: 1, edges: 5, from: 0, to: 620
  c1
    " (clk) - width: 1, edges: 102, from: 0, to: 1010
    # (reset) - width: 1, edges: 5, from: 0, to: 620
    $ (out) - width: 8, edges: 37, from: 0, to: 1010

Display values of the signal at a given time

$ dwfv sample.vcd at 42
test
  ! (value) = h07
  " (clk) -> h0
  # (reset) = h0
  c1
    " (clk) -> h0
    # (reset) = h0
    $ (out) = h07

Search in the waveforms

$ dwfv sample.vcd when '$! = 2'
310-330
650-670
$ dwfv sample.vcd when '$! <- 4'
350
690

LICENSE

MIT