Once in a while we get a CLINE that has a number of vertice in a straight line. Sometimes they're wirebonds. I'm trying to write some code that will determine the number of vertice on a cline. I already have the code to grab the clines that I want, I just need help working my way through them to find which ones have more than a beginning and an end point.Also, when it finds one that meets the criteria, is there a "merge" command that will merge all of the segments into one long segment? I could delete and replace the cline, but most of the time the cline has properties on it already.
Mark, the following is an excerpt from a routine I put together to draw a circle at every vertice on a CLINE, specifically for package design where CLINES may have jogs at very small angles making them very difficult to locate. You should be able to adopt it to your needs. If you would like to full program please send an E-mail directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. ; Add the figures to the Jog_Check subclass Design=axlDBGetDesign() foreach(Net Design->nets foreach(Branch Net->branches foreach(Child Branch->children if( Child->objType=="path" && Child->layer==sprintf(dummy "ETCH/%s" Check_Layer) || Child->layer==sprintf(dummy "CONDUCTOR/%s" Check_Layer) then foreach(Segment Child->segments if(Segment->isEtch==t then Start_End=car(Segment->startEnd) axlDBCreateCircle(list(car(Start_End):car(cdr(Start_End)) Figure_Diameter), 0, "manufacturing/jog_check") Start_End=car(cdr(Segment->startEnd)) axlDBCreateCircle(list(car(Start_End):car(cdr(Start_End)) Figure_Diameter), 0, "manufacturing/jog_check") ); end if Segment... ); end foreach Segment... ); end if Child... ); end foreach Child... ); end foreach Branch... ); end foreach Net... ); end when ); end Show
Thanks djs,I'll mess around with it. Mark
Hi djs,I've been messing around with SKILL and found something cool that is simple and helps in my situation. The variable WB_Obj is the selected wire bond object. numofsegs=(WB_Obj->nSegs-1)So in my code, I have:if(WB_Obj->nSegs > 1 then....Take care,Mark