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Running a spectre simulation from adexl I am getting this error:
Error found by spectre during circuit read-in. ERROR (SFE-874): "input.scs" 3633: Unexpected operator ">". Expected end of file or end of line.
The interesting part of scs netlist is listed below. Please note that the \ escape was applied to the netlist but not to the output signals. I don't know why.
I tried the \ escape on the "Outputs Setup" pane but then I could not check the save box. Thus, I assume I cannot enter the signals with the \ escape in the outputs setup pane. How can I getaround that problem?
IWRLINEDEC_TOP (WADR_IN_0 WADR_IN_1 WADR_IN_2 WADR_IN_3 WA0C_DEC \ WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<0\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<1\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<2\> \ WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<3\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<4\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<5\> \ WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<6\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<7\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<8\> \ WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<9\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<10\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<11\> \ WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<12\> WAC_UNUSED_DEC\<13\> WA15C_DEC \ WR_AC_INT_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<0\> WR_AC_INT_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<1\> \ WR_AC_INT_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<2\> WR_AC_INT_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<3\> \ WR_AC_INT_N_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<0\> WR_AC_INT_N_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<1\> \ WR_AC_INT_N_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<2\> WR_AC_INT_N_BOT_TOPADRDEC\<3\> \ RADR_IN_0 LBIST_EN_DC VDD VSS) CAB_C8T_ADRDEC16C_WRsimulatorOptions options reltol=1e-3 vabstol=1e-6 iabstol=1e-12 temp=85 \ tnom=25 scalem=1.0 scale=1.0 gmin=1e-12 rforce=1 maxnotes=5 maxwarns=5 \ digits=5 cols=80 pivrel=1e-3 sensfile="../psf/sens.output" \ checklimitdest=psf tran tran stop=1n errpreset=moderate write="spectre.ic" \ writefinal="spectre.fc" annotate=status maxiters=5 finalTimeOP info what=oppoint where=rawfilemodelParameter info what=models where=rawfileelement info what=inst where=rawfileoutputParameter info what=output where=rawfiledesignParamVals info what=parameters where=rawfileprimitives info what=primitives where=rawfilesubckts info what=subckts where=rawfilesave NCLK Ilsdrv/wwl_wwldrv_w0 Ilsdrv/wwl_wwldrv_w15 Ilsdrv/wwl_wwldrv_wN \ Icore/RWL_B0_WN<0> Icore/RWL_BN_W0<0> Icore/RWL_B0_W0<0> \ Icore/RWL_BN_WN<0> Icore/RWL_B0_WN<31> Icore/RWL_BN_W0<31> \ Icore/RWL_B0_W0<31> Icore/RWL_BN_WN<31> Icore/RWL_NEAR_W0 \ Icore/RWL_NEAR_W15 Icore/RWL_NEAR_WN Icore/WWL_B0_WN<0> \ Icore/WWL_BN_W0<0> Icore/WWL_B0_W0<0> Icore/WWL_BN_WN<0> \ Icore/WWL_B0_WN<31> Icore/WWL_BN_W0<31> Icore/WWL_B0_W0<31> \ Icore/WWL_BN_WN<31> Icore/WWL_NEAR_W0 Icore/WWL_NEAR_W15 \ Icore/WWL_NEAR_WN
Which subversion of virtuoso are you using? (Help->About in the CIW will tell you this, or typing getVersion(t) in the CIW)
In addition, what do you get if you type:
in the CIW?
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
I have ICADV12.1-64b.500.6
envGetVal("asimenv" "mappingMode") -> "nmp"
In reply to sram8t:
Got further with the problem:
the output signal was missing the preceeding / on the "Outputs Setup" pane.
With the signal name changed to /Icore/RWL_B0_WN<0> the simulation ran to completion.
The input.scs file now has it in the save statement as Icore.RWL_B0_WN\<0\>
But now, when double clicking on the output I get this message:
ERROR (WIA-1006): Unable to plot expression <VT("/Icore/RWL_B0_WN<0>" .....
*Warning* Wave1 is not a waveform object that can be displayed and will be DELETED automatically. name: "/Icore/RWL_B0_WN<0>"