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Will GPIF control signals be dis-asserted when the state machine proceed from a state that assert that signal to a state that doesn't mention that signal? Doesn't the signal needed to be dis-asserted in the next state?
Doesn't the signal needed to be dis-asserted explicitly in the next state? On the contrast, if a signal is toggled in one state, obviously it won't toggled again in the next state that doesn't mention it. This is a little not consistent.