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 Conformal LEC Dofile Arguments. 

Last post Thu, Jun 20 2013 9:38 AM by tstark. 3 replies.
Started by scrip 24 May 2013 11:20 AM. Topic has 3 replies and 3351 views
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  • Fri, May 24 2013 11:20 AM

    • scrip
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    Conformal LEC Dofile Arguments. Reply

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  • Fri, May 24 2013 1:54 PM

    • scrip
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    Re: Conformal LEC Dofile Arguments. Reply
    • Is there a way to provide args to a do file
    • ie ..
      • lec_64 -xl -dofile compair.do arg1 arg2
    • in
      • Is there a way to provide args to a do file
      • ie ..
        • lec_64 -xl -dofile compair.do arg1 arg2
      • in compair.do
        •   set golden_design_name [lindex $if_argv 0]
        •   set revised_design_name [lindex $if_argv 1]
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  • Tue, Jun 18 2013 5:58 AM

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    Re: Conformal LEC Dofile Arguments. Reply

    Not at the moment other than through environment variables. I do not see any reason why it could not be supported since other Cadence tools do. Please file an SR if env variables are not adequate for your goal

    gh-

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  • Thu, Jun 20 2013 9:38 AM

    • tstark
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    Re: Conformal LEC Dofile Arguments. Reply

     I've wondered the same. The only way I know of is via shell environment variables.

     $ setenv FOO bar

     LEC

     SETUP> echo $FOO

     or

     TCL_SETUP> puts $env(FOO)

     A user made wrapper script around lec could provide this feature too.

    -ts

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