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Hello Skill gurus,
Can any one help me to what process i need to follw to run skill (.il) files.
Pavan Kumar Kulkarni
Locate the HOME directory, usually C:\SPB_Data set during installation, in there will be a "pcbenv" directory once PCB Editor has been run. In that directory, create a text file called allegro.ilinit, contents as follows:
; Setting the LoadDebug variable will turn
; on printing the name of each file as it is loaded.
; set the full path to the SKILL directory between the quotes in the following variable
; NOTE: the direction of the slash characters, these are the required delimiters!
; set the LoadDebug to "t" (no quotes) to enable loading messages
if( LoadDebug==t then printf("\n"))
(foreach file (rexMatchList "\\.il$" (getDirFiles UserSkillPath))
if( LoadDebug==t then printf("Loading Skill file: %s\n" file))
(load strcat(UserSkillPath "/" file))
; Load any ini files (containing axlCmdRegister)
(foreach file (rexMatchList "\\.ini$" (getDirFiles UserSkillPath))
if( LoadDebug==t then printf("\n"))
Edit the "UserSkillPath" to specify where your SKILL, IL, files are stored, avoid spaces in the directory names. Set the LoadDebug to "t" to get a list of teh IL files while they load, if required, Start PCB Editor and the IL files will be loaded.
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