Design Environment for Heterogeneous Systems
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Allen Hopkins, 18 Aug 2005
Last updated: 16 Jan 2008

More recent releases can be found here.

Metropolis-1.0.2 is available for download.

Metropolis consists of an infrastructure, a tool set, and design methodologies for various application domains. The infrastructure provides a mechanism such that heterogeneous components of a system can be represented uniformly and tools for formal methods can be applied naturally.

February 17, 2005 Metropolis-1.0.2 released

Metropolis-1.0.2 includes support for SystemC-2.1 and Cygwin.

  • README.txt Information about installing Metropolis
  • metropolis-1.0.2a.src.tar.gz Metropolis-1.0.2a sources in Unix/Linux format.

    (April 4, 2005: Metropolis-1.0.2a includes a change to configure and that now warns if jar -i fails.
    Formerly, configure would error out instead of warn.
    This problem appears primary under Linux, where /usr/bin/jar is the GNU jar, which does not handle -i.)
  • Metropolis-1.0.2 sources in Windows format.
  • November 5, 2004 Metropolis-1.0.1 released.

    The only differences between the Metropolis 1.0 release and the Metropolis 1.0.1 release are minor updates to the documentation.

    September 15, 2004 Metropolis-1.0 released

    This first public release of Metropolis.

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