A VHDL design can be moved to any tool or technology. Right?

On the face of it, this is true. VHDL was designed to be and is a technology independent design language. However, there is less of a compliance issue between different simulators than there is for synthesis tools. Generally speaking, moving VHDL code from one simulator to another involves one or two minor changes to the VHDL. Two different synthesis tools may have broad agreement of what constitutes synthesizable code, but may interpret that code in different ways.

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