Apologies - I had a problem with my computer earlier, and so didn't quite complete my post before sending.Originally posted in cdnusers.org by adbeckett
Anyway, let's answer some questions:
1. MMSIM. Originally spectre was released as part of the "IC" release stream (e.g. IC5141). Some time ago, we (Cadence) made the decision to separate it from the IC stream, and release it in its own stream alongside Ultrasim. Simulators tend to advance more rapidly than the environment does (new models, analyses, etc), and so releasing it separately made sense. So whilst spectre is still in IC5141 (we couldn't take it away having released it in IC5141), it is not part of any later IC releases (ICOA5251, IC61), but instead you need to install an "MMSIM" release (e.g. MMSIM60, MMSIM61, MMSIM62 or MMSIM70). The last two of this list are the current releases.
2. Wildcards. Support for wildcards was added in MMSIM62 and MMSIM70. See "spectre -h save" for details on the syntax
3. Include files. Create a text file (give it a ".scs" suffix so spectre knows it is in spectre rather than SPICE syntax), containing one of the statements I mention in my previous post, save it, and then in ADE you can reference it as a file in the model libraries form.
4. For OCEAN, you could save the OCEAN script from ADE to see what that looks like, or just add another line in your modelFile() call:
(don't give a section name, because it's just a straight file include).
I suggest you have a good look at the documentation - in IC5141 this is started with "cdsdoc"; in IC61 and MMSIM62/70 it's started with "cdnshelp".