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 Does AMS envlp analysis ignore (* ignore_hidden_state *), etc... attributes? 

Last post Fri, Sep 27 2013 2:47 AM by Gaussian. 0 replies.
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    Does AMS envlp analysis ignore (* ignore_hidden_state *), etc... attributes? Reply

    Dear all,

    An error occurs regarding hidden states when running an AMS envlp simulation:

    "ERROR (SPCRTRF-15177): ENVLP analysis doesn't support behavioral module
            components with hidden states found in component
            'worklib__DataPath__vams__0x10000001_behavioral'.  Skipped."

     

    A similar error is raised when using the built-in connect rule E2L_inhconn for example.

    I have experimented with the VerilogA attributes (* ignore_hidden_state *),  (* ignore_state *) and (* instrument_module *), however they seem to not make any difference, i.e. the same error is raised.

    Can somebody confirm that these attributes are ignored in AMS envlp? Is there a workaround besides rewriting the Verilog-AMS code?

    spectre  version 11.1.0 32bit 08/14/2012 20:55 (usimamd64-23)

    irun version    12.10-s005

    Best regards

     

     

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