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 Regarding ocean script  

Last post Thu, Aug 11 2011 3:06 AM by Arun Sinha. 2 replies.
Started by Arun Sinha 10 Aug 2011 07:51 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 1558 views
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  • Wed, Aug 10 2011 7:51 AM

    • Arun Sinha
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    Regarding ocean script Reply
    Hello, I have created an ocean script file for parametric simulation using Analog environment in IC 5.10.41. When I restart the virtuoso and open the schematic and load the corresponding ocean script, it runs and shows the result. But when I update the component parameters, It doesn't show any change in simulation results. It repeats the same result evenif I put any value. It shows the changed results when analog environment runs and then script is loaded. It seems that any change in schematic is not passed to the script. from Arun sinha
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  • Wed, Aug 10 2011 10:01 AM

    Re: Regarding ocean script Reply

    Probably because the saved OCEAN script uses:

    design("/path/to/netlist/netlist")

    and that is merely referencing an existing netlist. You'd have to use:

    design("libName" "cellName" "viewName")

    (and then make sure you load the OCEAN script in icfb, msfb, icms etc - not in the "ocean" executable, which doesn't have any netlisting capability in IC5141 (but does in IC61X)). If you do this it will incrementally renetlist, just as it would in ADE itself.

    Regards,

    Andrew.

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  • Thu, Aug 11 2011 3:06 AM

    • Arun Sinha
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    Re: Regarding ocean script Reply
    Thanks Andrew, it works. From Arun sinha
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