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    Is it possible to generate a clock tree devoid of buffers/inverters using CTGen? Can this be done by giving a huge skew margin (say like 1.0 ns)?

    I know it is possible to have only buffers and not inverters by specifying

    define_cells
    no_inverters    ...in the constraint file.

    But,
    define_cells
    no_inverters
    no_buffers     ...gives an error (does this mean I cant have a clock tree without buffers/inverters?)


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by kdurais
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