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I would like to ask, how can I display
all the net names in the schematic by using SKILL ?
Thanks in advance,
Display where? If you just want to list them, you can do:
but I'm not sure if that's what you want as your question wasn't very precise.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
I want to display all the schematic netnames
in the CIW sir, including the netnames in the heirarchy
circuit. Is it possible by using SKILL sir ? how ?
In reply to marbs:
You didn't mention the hierarchy bit earlier - that's kind of important, as it means the hierarchy needs to be traversed, which considerably increases the complexity.
You'd need either some recursive function to descend through the hierarchy, displaying the hierarchical names as it does so - I've no idea what format you want them in, and potentially it could get a little complex handling iterated instances, busses and so on. Does it need to handle config views, or a straightforward switch list?
Or you could write a netlister using OSS (either an HNL or FNL netlister).
Either way, not something I have laying around (especially when the specifications are still rather imprecise), so I'd rather point you in the right direction and let you do it ;-)
I am very sorry sir for not mentioning the heirarchy
earlier, anyway I will try to use the first SKILL command
you have suggested.
Thank you very much sir, for the help and quick reply .