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 Method to control subcircuit order when generating a Spectre netlist? 

Last post Wed, Oct 3 2012 8:21 AM by smlogan. 2 replies.
Started by smlogan 02 Oct 2012 05:54 PM. Topic has 2 replies and 677 views
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    • smlogan
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    Method to control subcircuit order when generating a Spectre netlist? Reply

    Is there a way to control the order of subcircuits in when generating a netlist in Spectre? The motivation for the question is to faciliate the inspection of two netlists of a similar block. The netlister does not appear to place the subcircuits (even though they appear to be identical in the two netlists) in the same order when I inspect the netlists.

    I found a section in the SKILL manual that appears to allow control of the netlisting manual, but it was not clear to me how the commands I found how to control the order in which subciruits are placed when generating a netlist.

     

    Thank you, for any insights anyone may have....

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  • Tue, Oct 2 2012 10:06 PM

    Re: Method to control subcircuit order when generating a Spectre netlist? Reply

    I don't believe this is possible.

    Andrew.

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  • Wed, Oct 3 2012 8:21 AM

    • smlogan
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    Re: Method to control subcircuit order when generating a Spectre netlist? Reply
    Hi Andrew,

    Thank you! Not great news - but you saved me a lot of time!

    Shawn
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