Sigasi Studio Tutorials


The best way to get started with Sigasi Studio is by going through the interactive tutorial projects which are included in the tool.

Tutorial Projects in Sigasi Studio Eclipse

When you open a new workspace using Sigasi Studio Eclipse, by default two tutorial projects open. You can start the tutorials by clicking File > New > Example… and choosing the desired tutorial from the list.

The default tutorial projects in a new workspace are the Verilog Tutorial and VHDL Tutorial. These tutorial projects cover both Sigasi Studio XL and Sigasi Studio XPRT features.

  • The VHDL Tutorial additionally covers the concept of VHDL libraries.
  • The Verilog Tutorial uses Verilog and SystemVerilog.
Sigasi Studio Eclipse tutorial projects

In addition to typical HDL-related subjects, you will learn to graphically navigate projects, use the preprocessor, browse class hierarchies, export documentation, and much more.

Tutorial Project in Sigasi Studio VS Code

In Sigasi Studio VS Code, follow the steps below to create a tutorial project.

  • Open the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) and type Tutorial
  • Select Sigasi: Create Tutorial Project
  • Type a name for your tutorial project
Sigasi Studio VS Code tutorial projects

Unlike Sigasi Studio Eclipse, there is only one tutorial project available in Sigasi Studio VS Code, which includes both VHDL and Verilog tutorials.

Once you create the tutorial project, a README file will be opened in the editor. Read through this file for the instructions on starting the tutorial.

TODO Tags

For both Sigasi Studio Eclipse and VS Code, the tutorial instructions are embedded as comments in the source files. Following the TODO tags will guide you through the tutorial projects.

No previous knowledge about Sigasi Studio is required to complete the tutorials.