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Tech TIP: Incisive Formal GUI Updates - Making It Easier

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Formal Analysis, Incisive, ABV, IEV, formal, IFV

The Incisive Formal GUI has had some recent changes made to it.  You asked for the following:

  • Way to filter based on status and property types
  • Add the "Reinvoke" feature as a dedicated button
  • Ability to run selected properties from the GUI

and they are available in IFV/IEV version 09.20-s009 or newer.

Assertion Filter Buttons

The IFV GUI has been enhanced to provide single click filter capabilities.  You can now not only sort on Assertion results by clicking on the columns as well as filter assertions based on their status. See the following snapshot showing only failing assertions.

Reinvoke Button

The popular capability to reinvoke an IFV/IEV run as a result of design code or property modifications has been made quicker and easier by providing a prominent button on the GUI. It is easy to find just to the left of the Assertion Distributor button.

Run Selected Properties

It is even easier than ever to select a few properties and run them via the IFV/IEV GUI.  Simply select the assertions to run and RMB click and select "Run Selected", in the drop down menu.

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