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While loading skill in the orcad pcb designer,i m getting the following error.
"Command not found:skill "
all the skills are placed in the below folder
Please see my allegro.ilinit file.
Any wrong in this
Please use the following exe to setup the allegro.ilinit file. Run the exe, specify the directory where all your skill files are and it creates the allegro.ilinit file correctly.http://www.parallel-systems.co.uk/downloads/ConfigureLocalSkillLocation.zip
In reply to steve:
I have downloaded that .exe file it automatically generate allegro.ilinit file.still i m getting the same error in the commnad window.
Command not found:skill
In reply to priya05:
You don't indicate when you see this message. I would check the following:
- The Skill cmd is in a custom menu file ( allegro.men ) look for the "skill" command if that file.
- Check any modied env files for the skill command associated with the alias or funckey definitions.
Once you find the skill command, you need to utilize the axlCmdRegister Skill function to register a new Allegro command for the function in question. The Skill function is the argument to the skill command. Example if you see "skill AcmeCmd" the skill function is AcmeCmd.
To find the skill file (.il) that defines tjhe Skill function (one of files in allegro.ilinit) search your skill files (<>.il).
Open the file and you can either see:
- if a axlCmdRegister already exists
- if it doesn't exist add one -- general format: axlCmdRegister("my_allegro_command" "AcmeCmd")
Now go back to the location you found the skill cmd and replace it with the Allegro command you defined via axlCmdRegister. Example if you had:
It would become:
What the allegro.ilinit file does it to autoload all the skill files in the specified directory. Once inside Allegro the skill is already loaded so you just need to type the comand to run the skill. For example Logomaker.il would need logomaker typed in the Allegro command line.
the load commad is wrong
in the allegro.ilinit file.
it will load the il file, "solder_paste"