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We have the skill to extract multiple cells from the celllist from the shell. We need to export its cdl from the corresponding schematics. Is there any way to put this extraction on queue.We get only first cell of the cell list is exported. Before the previous cell is extracted the cdl export of next cell is commenced.
i am posting my skill below
cv = ""
inPort = infile( "~/SKILL/celllist" )
while( gets( nextLine inPort )
lineData = parseString(nextLine "\n")
if( Data != nil
cv=dbOpenCellViewByType("LIB" Data "schematic")
if(cv == nil
print( "No cdl" )
print( "cdl is present" )
close( inPort )
let((cdl_path cdl_name cdl_value)
cdl_name = cv->cellName
cdl_value = buildString(list(cdl_name "cdl") ".")
out_file = outfile("output.il")
fprintf(out_file "cdlOutKeys = list(nil\n'simLibName \"%s\" \n'simCellName \"%s\" \n'simViewName \"%s\" \n'cdlSimViewList \"auCdl schematic\" \n'cdlSimStopList \"auCdl\" \n'simRunDir \"%s\" \n'hnlNetlistFileName \"%s\" \n'cdsNetlistingMode \"Analog\" \n'shortRES 0.0 \n'resistorModel \"\" \n'setEQUIV \"\" \n'incFILE \"/~/source.added\" \n'globalPowerSig \"\" \n'globalGndSig \"\" \n'resistorCheck \"value\" \n'capacitorCheck \"value\" \n'pinMAP t \n'shrinkFACTOR 0.0 \n'diodeCheck \"both\" \n'checkScale \"meter\" \n'displayPININFO nil \n'checkLDD t\n )" cv->libName cv->cellName cv->viewName cdl_outForm~>CDLPath~>value cdl_value)
string_v = nil
?prompt "CDL Path :"
hiCreateAppForm( ?name 'cdl_outForm
?formTitle "CDL Path"
?fields list( InputField )
status = hiDisplayForm( cdl_outForm )
if( string_v != nil
I don't have access to test your program but you are opening and closing the same file output.il in the subroutine CdlOut_Assign. Each time you open the file with outfile(...) it creates a new version of the file, overwriting the existing one. You need to open the file in append mode or open the file once in the calling function and pass the file handle in as an argument.