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  • Re: Can dbShape handle negative coordinates?
    jgentry, Thanks for your response. I also got the same tip/hint from Cadence support late yesterday. Using the extra enclosing list level solved the problem. The question I posed to cadence support is whether dbShape can be enhanced to not allow this to happen, ie. TCL code that works with single list with positive first coordinate but then ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by pdgeek on Sat, Jan 21 2012
  • Can dbShape handle negative coordinates?
    Hello, I have been using dbGet and dbShape to identify and generate complicated rectilinear shapes in our chip floorplan. Everything was working great until this morning we realized we needed to have our chip 0,0 origin at die center and not at the lower left corner of the padring. I thought no problem I can easily shift or define the origin to ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by pdgeek on Fri, Jan 20 2012
  • Re: How to get rectilinear core coordinates
    Hi Bob, Thank you very much for your quick response and sorry I did not reply back sooner. This forum thread has been very helpful to provide a means for setting a rectilinear shape on a partition module in our design. Your response to my bump to the thread showing the use of dbShape and the subtle error you got with setObjFplanBoxList and the ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by pdgeek on Wed, Nov 23 2011
  • Re: How to get rectilinear core coordinates
    Hello, Oddly enough I have a need for getting the same list of coordinates and was able to use this script to generate them. But ... of course there is always a but. But now that I have the list of points that are returned in $polys I was trying to pass this list to create a rectilinear partition using something like this: setObjFPlanPolygon ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by pdgeek on Mon, Nov 14 2011
  • Re: Do Foundation Flows also exist for EPS or ETS?
    Just a follow up that I was able to use the EPS ff to run static IR drop analysis. There are various other analysis modes but the ff setup is similar to how things are setup in the encounter ff. I have started briefly looking at the ETS ff and it looks similar although it does not look to be as far along as the EPS ff; the EPS ff does some better ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by pdgeek on Thu, Oct 21 2010
  • Do Foundation Flows also exist for EPS or ETS?
    First post so please bear with me. We have seen posts, etc. about the encounter foundation flow. I have tried this and it works fairly well. Nice flow. While poking around in the ETS installation directory tree I found what appears to be foundation flows for EPS and ETS. Has anyone tried these either alone and/or in conjunction with the outputs ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by pdgeek on Tue, Oct 19 2010
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