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 Skill automation of analog environment and analysis 

Last post Mon, Jan 19 2009 10:43 AM by Ramesh. 2 replies.
Started by jmoore 10 Dec 2008 08:20 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 1658 views
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  • Wed, Dec 10 2008 8:20 AM

    • jmoore
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    Skill automation of analog environment and analysis Reply
    I am trying to write a skill script which setts up analog environment, runs several simulations and then does some analysis of the data. I have the sett up and run portion working, but can not figure out a way of weighting for the simulation to finish to retrieve the data with out blocking and sucking cpu resources with a wile loop. What is needed is some form of call back or delayed polling of ( results() == '(variables) ) any advice would be appreciated.

    start simulation:

    sevNetlistAndRun('sevSession1)

    current method of testing for simulation to complete non functional:

    while( results() == '(variables) nil ) ;
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  • Wed, Dec 10 2008 11:52 AM

    Re: Skill automation of analog environment and analysis Reply

     You could try hiRegTimer which will perform a wait and then wake up and execute a callback:

     

    hiRegTimer( "results()" 100 ) 

    Runs results() every 10 seconds. All your processing should be done within the callback.

     Ted

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  • Mon, Jan 19 2009 10:43 AM

    • Ramesh
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    Re: Skill automation of analog environment and analysis Reply

    Hi , I guess ipcBeginProcess will work for your requirement.

    If you can give a sample exmaple I can explain indetail.

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