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To radically redefine digital design that is what Sigasi aims for. Our design entry tool, Sigasi Studio, drastically improves hardware designer productivity by helping to write, inspect and modify digital circuit designs in the most intuitive way. It supports advanced features such as intelligent autocompletes and code refactoring. VHDL and Verilog design have never been easier, more efficient and fun. Sigasi was founded in 2008 in Belgium and has customers worldwide in all fields of industry. Sigasi is headquartered in Ghent, Belgium.

Sigasi's Marketplace Listings

  • Sigasi Studio 3.6
    Sigasi offers the leading plugin for VHDL and (System)Verilog Makes standard editors obsolete Type-time code analysis Error reporting while you type Smart content assist Code inspection and navigation Design hier...
  • MouseFeed
    MouseFeed helps to form a habit of using keyboard shortcuts. When the user clicks on a button or on a menu item, the plugin shows a popup reminding about the key shortcut. After a few times, you remember the keyboard shortcut and you will start using...
  • UltraEdit Key Bindings
    If you have been using UltraEdit, you can keep using the key bindings (keyboard shortcuts) that you are used to in Eclipse! Install this plugin and activate the UltraEdtit keybindings in Window > Preferences > General > Keys. Then as Scheme, selec...
  • Marker manager
    Suppress warnings in any programming language. Export markers (errors, warnings, info) to HTML. The Eclipse Marker Manager allows to: Export your warnings to a HTML file. Suppress markers (like warnings) in any file, in any programming lang...

Sigasi's Marketplace Training and Consulting Listings

  • Sigasi Training
    Sigasi (pronunciation: /s?'?ęs?/) was founded in 2008 because the two founders felt a need for new and better tools for VHDL design. In May 2009, they released a beta version of their Intelligent Development Environment (IDE) for VHDL. This tool brin...
  • Sigasi Consulting
    The software engineering team that built the popular Sigasi Eclipse VHDL editor is now available for consultancy and training. Expertise includes: Xtext, ANTLR, StringTemplate, EMF (Eclipse Modeling Framework) Development of Domain Specific Langua...

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