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 timing reports in rc 

Last post Mon, Sep 25 2006 2:13 AM by archive. 2 replies.
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  • Mon, Sep 25 2006 2:13 AM

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    timing reports in rc Reply

    I want to specify start- and end-point for the paths in my design and I want the points to be instances. I tried doing this with the -from and -to options since in the manual it says that instances are valid points, but when synthesising rc complains that these are not valid start or end points. It works fine when using pins but in my case I need it to be instances.

    Anyone have an idea what I'm doing wrong or could tell me if it's possible to use instances as start or end points?

    /Mike C


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  • Mon, Sep 25 2006 7:31 AM

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    RE: timing reports in rc Reply

    Hi Mike,
    Are you specifying combinational instance? You can't have combinational instance as start or end point, it has to be sequential instance.


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  • Mon, Sep 25 2006 8:27 AM

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    RE: timing reports in rc Reply

    thanks synthman, that was exactly the mistake I was doing in the beginning. I changed it and it works  fine now.


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