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 NCSim - SimVision 

Last post Mon, May 7 2012 1:11 AM by Kirubha. 2 replies.
Started by Kirubha 04 May 2012 12:23 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 3151 views
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  • Fri, May 4 2012 12:23 AM

    • Kirubha
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    NCSim - SimVision Reply

    Hi all 

    Good day.

    Can anyone tell me whether it is possible to view the signals once it is modified from its previous values without closing the simvision window. If possible kindly let me know the command for it(Linux).

     Is it possible to view the schematic for the code written?? Kindly instruct me.

     Thanks all.

    S K S 

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  • Fri, May 4 2012 9:56 AM

    • TAM1
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    Re: NCSim - SimVision Reply

    There are a couple of things you can do. If you are using an SHM database, and the database has changed while you were looking at the old data, you can use the menu item "File -> Reload Database" to tell the tool to load the new data.

    If you want to save where you are so you can use the window layout repeatedly, you can use the menu commands "File -> Save Command Script". That'll write out a TCL script you can use as often as you would like. You can execute the TCL script it creates from the command line, or you can bring up Simvision and use the menu commands "File -> Source Command Script".

    Finally, there is a Schematic Tracer window available in Simvision. Use the Simvision help to learn how to make use of that feature. (It's too complex to describe in an email.)

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  • Mon, May 7 2012 1:11 AM

    • Kirubha
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    Re: NCSim - SimVision Reply

    Thanks so much Mr.Tam.

     I've found the way of loading & schematic viewer.

    Will get back to you if I need help further.

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    S K S 

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