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you can go to xilinx web site,download a tcl file,run the file in modelsim,it will auto compile the xilinx library to modelsim,and after this,edit the modelsim.ini in x:/modelsim,add the path of the library(unism,simprim,logicbox,e.c.),and enjoy
If you use xilinx ise 5.1,use:
In the 5.1i software, use the "COMPXLIB" application to compile the simulation models. The "COMPXLIB" feature was introduced in the 5.1i software and is run from a DOS/UNIX command line.
To obtain the usage information, type "compxlib" at a command prompt:
Release 5.1i - compxlib
Usage: compxlib [-help]
compxlib -s <simulator> -f <family[:lib],<family[:lib],...|all>
Run "compxlib -help" for details.
Examples for using COMPXLIB with officially supported simulators are provided below. In all examples that do not use the "-p" switch, it is assumed that the environment is already set up for the desired simulator:
ModelSim SE (PC examples)
This example compiles all of the libraries into the specified directory:
compxlib -s mti_se -f all -l all -o c:\modeltech_5.6b\xilinx_libs
If multiple versions of ModelSim are installed, point to the desired executable directory:
compxlib -s mti_se -f all -l all -o c:\modeltech_5.6b\xilinx_libs -p c:\Modeltech_5.6b\win32
you can use the command vlog of MODELSIM.
vlog -work yourlib -refresh
you do not need to recompile it. just refresh.
then you can modify modelsim.ini file in the install directory.
the library will be ok always.