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tcl encounter braces expression

  • Filter paths

    hi folks, In my design there are 4000 flops. I need to sort them on the basis of endpoint slack value. I wrote this script in encounter: set paths [report_timing -collection -from [all_registers -clock_pins] -to [all_register -data_pins] -max_points 10000 -nworst 1] set sorted_paths [sort_collection...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by AB5001 on Thu, Nov 29 2012
  • Need guidance to develop a script to get the number of logic levels from an encounter timing report..!

    Hi all, I need to develop a script for finding the number of logic levels in a timing report from encounter.I should give a timing report as an input and i need to get the number of logic levels(Combinational) as an output.Can anyone Pls guide me in developing it? Thanks and Regards, NAADHAN
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by NAADHAN on Wed, May 27 2009
  • Finding all the Cells in a Design

    I've started using SOC Encounter recently and I'm still not clear about a good many things. But here's my first question. I need to identify all the flip-flops in the design and detach a certain pin from the net connected to it. I'm having a hard time figuring out how to traverse through...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by Vaishnavi on Sun, Apr 12 2009
  • TCL expr inside curly braces

    I'm trying to run a repairPowerWire inside a specified area but I want to code up my script to be easily modified. So I've created variables for the location and size of various blocks and I want to run repairPowerWire on specified areas only. The problem is, the -area option has to be followed...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by jkang on Mon, Feb 2 2009
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