Re: [vhdl-200x] open LRM issues

From: Jim Lewis <>
Date: Mon Feb 06 2012 - 22:02:47 PST

John brings up a big concern. It can certainly be handled
as a subgroup of the committee. Anyone willing to head
a subgroup? John?


> Hi,
> I have a concern for this group. I raise it in part because it is fresh in my mind. I brought an LRM issue to the group related to VHDL 2008 force recently. It is not been a topic for discussion.
> There is a larger issue I want to discuss. There is no longer an ISAC, which was a formal group that addressed LRM issues in between LRM revisions and provided formal interpretations. It was very good
> service done for this community, but the IEEE has pushed such work back to working groups and LRM revisions. What is this group intending to do? What priority does this task have relative to other
> work in this group?
> We have a bugzilla system set up to record issues and there is a backlog of reported issues. Working on these issues is a key aspect of a new revision, but a long latency will lead the industry to
> make their own decisions about LRM issues anyway. That will be a necessity and unfortunate.
> Regards, John
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