As a first step towards the goal of enabling true collaborative work between team members, airhdl now supports sharing register maps in a read-only way. This means that any airhdl user with a Professional subscription (which is just $199 per year or $16 per month) can now share his/her register maps with any other airhdl user. The recipient will have the right to view the shared register map, and to generate the corresponding files.
Let’s have a look at how to actually share a register map in airhdl.
At the bottom of the register map overview, you’ll notice a new “Sharing” section. To share the current register map, click on the “+ Share” link at the bottom of the table.
Then, in the “Share Register Map” dialog, enter the e-mail address of the user with whom you’d like to share (please make sure to enter the e-mail address that the user actually uses to log-in to airhdl), and click the Share button.
The newly created permission then appears in the sharing table:
When the recipient user logs in, the register map will appear in his list of register maps, in the “Shared Register Maps” section: