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 LEC issue - "elaborate" vs. "synthesize -to_generic" 

Last post Tue, Oct 9 2012 9:35 AM by bmiller. 1 replies.
Started by Yemelya 05 Oct 2012 07:47 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 1313 views
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    • Yemelya
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    LEC issue - "elaborate" vs. "synthesize -to_generic" Reply

    Hi,

    When running  LEC on golden-(elaborate) and revise-(synthesize -to_generic) getting one NON-EQ compare point. 


    The following RC attributes didn't help:

    set_attribute prune_unused_logic false [find [find / -inst TOP/SUB ] -ignorecase -pin *]

    set_attribute prune_unused_logic false [find [find / -inst TOP ] -ignorecase -pin *]



    Any ideas, what modification of RC script could be done to resolve the problem?

    Thanks... Boris



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  • Tue, Oct 9 2012 9:35 AM

    • bmiller
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    Re: LEC issue - "elaborate" vs. "synthesize -to_generic" Reply
     Boris,

    The normal flow is RTL-vs-mapped, and mapped-vs-final (post-incremental).  If RTL-vs-mapped fails, then I usually run RTL-vs-elab to see if it fails as well.  If you see a failure in either, I suggest you diagnose it through the GUI.  If you can't figure out what went wrong, file a Service Request or talk to your local AE for assistance.

    You shouldn't need to run elab-vs-generic for any reason
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