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  • Re: Ravel IDE
    Hi Michel, I see that Cadence does not intend to support Netbeans or other Java IDEs. Nothing prevents a third-party from doing so, however. I do provide integration and custom development services for EDA projects, and could add Ravel and Netbeans support to my tools, which already offer syntax coloring and smart code completion for SKILL and ...
  • Re: How to copy and rotate a shape with special angle like 30 degree in skill coding?
    Hi Richard, Andrew, Ha; I did not know dbTransformCellView could do that! Andrew is right, of course; that is indeed the easiest solution—provided that function is available in your version of Virtuoso. I had started writing a small solution; I’ll append it here in case it helps. It basically implements arbitrary affine ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Fri, Dec 6 2013
  • Re: Type annotation syntax/tools for SKILL/SKILL++?
    Hi Jim, Okay, got it—thanks! I’ve also replied to your post on comp.lang.lisp regarding function types: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/comp.lang.lisp/ALq9EmXT2r0/f88nM54LtI4J I see where you are going with this, and I don’t think CL has a provision for such compound specifiers. I did not see anything relevant in e.g. ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Wed, Nov 20 2013
  • Re: Type annotation syntax/tools for SKILL/SKILL++?
    Jim, Excellent; thanks! That’s exactly what I was looking for: a list of used-in-the-wild type predicate symbols and their semantics… Of course, having a full implementation plus test suite does not hurt :) My first remark, however, is that your Entreprise Forum Software is not 100% compatible with SKILL++—I very much doubt ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Tue, Nov 19 2013
  • Type annotation syntax/tools for SKILL/SKILL++?
    Hi, I have been adding type annotations to SKILL doc comments lately, using a syntax of my own. It’s JSDoc-inspired, and looks like this: ;; Frobs Structs. ;; ;; @param {MyStruct} s - The Struct to frob. ;; @param (or fixnum null) n - A frobbing count, defaults to 1. ;; @param (or ;; (lambda () string) ;; ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Tue, Nov 19 2013
  • Re: gvim or nedit SKILL syntax highlight in Linux
    Hi skillsiao01, Sjoerd, Olivier, I just published a demo of a programming editor/IDE I've been working on lately; it has really good SKILL/SKILL++ support: http://dd.crosstwine.com/tmp/laiqu6Ri/www/ (Recent Google Chrome recommended; Firefox is a bit slower.) It's mostly feature complete for v1.0, but is only about to enter Beta, so ...
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Tue, Oct 1 2013
  • Re: Creating metal/vias stack layout and convert it into .gds file
    Hi Varun, I obviously haven't seen the format of the file you want to read thevalues from, but I very much doubt that involving Perl is necessary:modern SKILL has fairly powerful regular expressions (cf. Andrew'snumerous posts about the pcre* family of functions,e.g. http://www.cadence.com/Community/forums/p/14771/25538.aspx#25538). I ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Mon, Mar 18 2013
  • Re: Nested foreach loop
    Tjaart, Andrew, I couldn't resist coming up with a non-macro version for completeness (also at http://s.crosstwine.com/spb/8cda9957). I usually implement iteration constructs via higher-order functions, and sugar-coat them in a thin layer of macrology where/when it really improves readability. This one is a bit nasty because a function ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Mon, Feb 18 2013
  • Re: PB in foreach
    Hi Yann00, Not sure what you're trying to achieve exactly, but the first `printf` might be the culprit. In SKILL/SKILL++, printf("foo") is interpreted as: (printf "foo") whereas (notice the extra space): printf ("foo") is interpreted as, well, an error. (Technically, a reference to ...
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Wed, Jan 23 2013
  • Re: Link C++ - SKILL
    So it seems attachments to email replies get eaten by the system. Trying again, using the web interface; I have also uploaded an unpacked version to: http://crosstwine.com/misc/letters/2013/01/16/SKILL-C++-Interaction/c-delegate/ 
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by ztzg on Tue, Jan 15 2013
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