ArgumentError "VpiHigh" is not a valid VPI property
Suraj N. Kurapati
snk at gna.org
Tue Mar 25 15:29:26 EDT 2008
Mikhail Ravkine wrote:
> It can be solved by editing "counter_design.rb" and changing all
> instances of "High!" to "t!" and "Low!" to "f!"
You are correct; thanks for posting this solution. I must have
forgotten to update the examples properly after I the deprecated
high! and low! methods in favor of the t! and f! methods.
I will make a new release this week containing your solution.
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