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 loadViolationReport for calibre NG 

Last post Tue, Apr 4 2006 8:01 PM by archive. 3 replies.
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    HI ,
    can any once suggest me how to overcome or load calibre DRC violations on to Soce  "4.2.2"
     older version is OK (4.1)  no problem .

    cmd used :

    loadViolationReport -type  Calibre -filename calibre.err

    it reports as can't read "designName": no such variable

    thanks in advice .


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  • Mon, Apr 10 2006 12:04 PM

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    RE: loadViolationReport for calibre NG Reply

    Hello,

    The proper syntax for loadViolationReport is "loadViolationReport -type -filename .

    The first line in calibre.err file should be,

    The deisgn name could be the name of the design/block for which the calibre was run. Units are GDSII units usually set to 1000.

    In your case, you are missing this line. Hence the error. Hope this helps this issue. You may also want to try running “PVS” which is Cadence solution for DRC. PVS reads Calibre rule deck verbatim and generates output in Calibre format.

    Regards,

    Elvis


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  • Mon, Apr 10 2006 6:19 PM

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    RE: loadViolationReport for calibre NG Reply

    Dear Elvis,
    Thanks for your comment,
    As you have specified the syntax is similar to which i have specified , (syntax is correct but only -type is calibre as i`m using calibre error report )
     FYI. *(loadViolationReport -type -filename )

    And the first line in calibre.err file contains design name and units :
    (TOP_CHIP 1000 ) , I confirm you that the line is existing in the file.

    One more thing the same syntax and same file is used on Soce  (4.1) and reported correctly and displayed violation markers.
    But my concern is the new Soce version i.e (4.2.2)
     [First Encounter v04.20-s383_1 ] its not working ,

    any comments ??


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  • Sun, Apr 16 2006 9:00 PM

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    RE: loadViolationReport for calibre NG Reply

    Dear Elvis,
    I could able to find the work around for Soce 4.2 "loadViolationReport " .
    the limitations of Soce is the top cell  (design name ) should not start with character "C" or "N" ,
    As my design name is starting with "C" ( C***) . causing Error .

    Regards,
    Mohan Ch


    Posted By mohanch007 on 4/10/2006 6:19 PM
    Dear Elvis,
    Thanks for your comment,
    As you have specified the syntax is similar to which i have specified , (syntax is correct but only -type is calibre as i`m using calibre error report )
     FYI. *(loadViolationReport -type -filename )

    And the first line in calibre.err file contains design name and units :
    (TOP_CHIP 1000 ) , I confirm you that the line is existing in the file.

    One more thing the same syntax and same file is used on Soce  (4.1) and reported correctly and displayed violation markers.
    But my concern is the new Soce version i.e (4.2.2)
     [First Encounter v04.20-s383_1 ] its not working ,

    any comments ??



    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by mohanch007
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