.vhd Line <#> = has two possible definitions in the scope"">
The HDL Parser in XST 8.1i fails when synthesizing the following:
With the following library declarations:
When using the following construct::
case MODE is
when "0001" =>
if ( DIN(2 downto 0)= "011" ) then
SIG_EN <= '1';
SIG_EN <= '0';
The HDL Parser reports the following error message:
"ERROR:HDLParsers:810 - "<file_name>" Line <#>. = has two possible definitions in this scope."
Synthesis succeeded in ISE 6.3.03i and 7.1.04i.
This is a valid error. The IEEE library std_logic_signed has functions that are also referenced in the std_logic_unsigned. This is why declaring these two libraries in the same scope is not allowed. It is always recommended in VHDL coding to use only one of these libraries at a time and not both.
This worked in the older versions of XST because XST was not performing this syntax check correctly.