Source Map

Source map is a file to be used for tracking location from SystemVerilog to Veryl. By this file, a file path, line and column of SystemVerilog can be translated into the position in Veryl.

By default, Veryl generates source map at the same directory as generated SystemVerilog with .sv.map extension. Source map generation can be configured through sourcemap_target field in Veryl.toml.

The format of source map follows Source Map Revision 3. The convention of linking generated code to source map is almost the same as JavaScript, but relative path is used only:

//# sourceMappingURL=<relative path>

So, if there is the above comment at the end of a SystemVerilog file, it shows source map can be used.

sourcemap-resolver

sourcemap-resolver which is shipped togather Veryl compiler can be used to annotate arbitrary text file like below:

ERROR: [VRFC 10-4982] syntax error near 'endmodule' [/path/test.sv:23]
                                                     ^-- /path/test.veryl:18:18

The first line is the original text, and the second line is added by sourcemap-resolver. The usage examples are below:

$ sourcemap-resolver test.log      # annotate the existing log
$ [command] | sourcemap-resolver   # on-the-fly annotation by pipe