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  • Re: Flatten layout and preserve instance name
    Hello Derek, Thanks a lot for your reply. This is indeed much simpler. I wrote the code and it works well and as you suggested, just putting one more for loop gets it to work for any number of hierarchies. Further, I added options of Stop library and Skip library (synonymous to netlister) and thus I can flatten hierarchaically from top ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by Kaggarwa on Thu, Sep 11 2008
  • Flatten layout and preserve instance name
    Hello All, I have generated a hierarchical layout in VXL and  have to Flatten it at the top level, but I want to preserve the hierarchical names of all the instances in the Design. I tried using dbFlattenInst() command, but it gives random names to instances after Flattening the Design. Is there an existing SKILL command that does this ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by Kaggarwa on Tue, Sep 9 2008
  • Re: Updating existing layout in VXL using SKILL
    hello Derek,  Thanks for your guidelines.Looking inside lxHi commands, I came across another fucntion of UpdateComponentsAndNets. This is again interactive though , but now atleast I place all my instances using Skill and just do this update command and it attaches all the terms with proper net names etc and gives me the necessary ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by Kaggarwa on Wed, Aug 27 2008
  • Re: Updating existing layout in VXL using SKILL
    Hello Derek,  Thanks for you reply. I get the basic Idea how to do it from you post, but then for each instance pin, I will have to do this, means look at schematic, make a list of list of pin connections and nets and then wrap that around on the above mentioned code. But is there a way to get SKILL equivalent of " Pick From ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by Kaggarwa on Tue, Aug 26 2008
  • Updating existing layout in VXL using SKILL
    I have a layout which is partially complete in VXL. The schematic got changed and I have few more instances to place in each layout. I see that this can be done using "Create ~> pick from schematic" and then selecting the instances. Is there a way to replicate this process using SKILL , so that I dont have to open each layout ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by Kaggarwa on Mon, Aug 25 2008
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