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I am running stress simulation and output is saved in text file. The format for output: It gives transistor names hierarchically and states what is the problem like Vgs>1V. The problem is that it is very tedious and hard to debug stress problems with this method(reading from txt files). I am wondering whether we can write small script which takes transistor names(hierarchically like I145.I12.Mn0) from txt file then search and highlight in Cadence similar to what Schematic>Find in Virtuoso schematic does. We can assume that we have an organized txt file containing all devices. Probably, we need to use CIW to call search function. Since problem is not so specific, it is hard to know where to start. Could you provide solutions and documents for doing this?
Actually, I have learned that there "Device Check" option in ADE>Simulation but for that I need to specify all rules from beginning. So I am still looking some way to highlight transistor from Cadence maybe CIW. Any help?
In reply to yayla:
You could use the Verify->Probe, hit "Add Dev" and then type in the name in the CIW (in quotes).
In IC615 you could also use the navigator or search assistant and then type in the name there and click on the result of the search.