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# The sc_elab_and_sim mechanism is purposefully not supported.
name == "sc_elab_and_sim",
# The wif trace format is deprecated, and probably would take a non-trivial
# amount of work to support.
# Phase callbacks are an experimental feature. Also calling all the interested
# sc_objects whenever time advances would add a non-trivial amount of
# complexity and is probably not worth implementing in general.
path in (
# Fails with undiagnosed output differences.
# Uses sc_elab_and_sim.
# Tests the deprecated sc_string type which we aren't supporting.
# This test declares a constructor it never defines, so it's not clear how
# it would ever work?
# Another test which calls an undefined function.
# Two more tests with undefined functions.
# These tests rely on implicit FXVAL constructors based on primitive types,
# but enabling that makes other operator overloads ambiguous so things
# don't compile. It also seems dangerous to change what the headers look
# like between the backing implementation and the consuming application.
# These tests uses sensitive_neg and sensitive_pos and overloads which are
# deprecated and not worth supporting. The non-deprecated version,
# sensitive, is exercised elsewhere.
# This test relies on being able to set the time resolution even after it's
# been fixed by telling systemc to ignore the error message. gem5 has no
# facility to ignore the error it raises for the same reason, and it
# wouldn't make sense to add one.
# This test is for a mechanism to change to a non-standard signal write
# checking behavior using an environment variable which we don't intent to
# support at this time.