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I'm trying to use the code from this Cadence Solution ID: 20024536; creating modgen group member listd_cacheId = ciCacheGet( t_schLibName t_schCellName "layout" )ld_instIds = d_cvLay~>instancesl_constMembers = nilforeach( d_id ld_instIds if( d_id~>pin == nil then l_constMembers = cons( list( d_id~>name 'inst ) l_constMembers ) ) ; if) ; foreach
; modgen constraintd_constr = ciConCreate( d_cacheId 'modgen ?members ciExpandMembers( l_constMembers )?params list( list( "numRows" 2 ) list( "numCols" 4 )list("pattern" "custom ((A A A A) (B B B B)) ((R0 R90 R0 R90) (R0 MY R0 MY))") ) )After this, I've added this line to auto-generate the modgen layout:
mgGen( d_cvLay d_constr )The constraint and modgen are indeed getting generated, but the modgen is incomplete - It's created as two rows and four columns as mentioned in the constraint, but the pattern is not followed.After this if I open the pattern editor manually and click apply, the modgen gets modified to the correct pattern - which means whatever constraint that is created is correct, but somehow the generated modgen group is incorrect.Please help.Thanks,Leo
I suggest that you file a ticket with Cadence Customer Support for this issue.