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For an example I have 1 capacitor connected with 2 pins and 2 nets in schematic. Now I want to read these details and dump into some file with its library name, cell name and view name.
Information could be instance name, nets name, pins name etc...
Someone please help me with some script so that I can understand and start working on that.
Why do you keep asking the same vague questions over and over again, despite being asked to be more specific?
I gave an answer (albeit vague, because the question was vague) in this previous thread of yours. And in this one.
Here is a simple example of some SKILL that outputs some details to
the CIW (not to a file, though you can modify the code to open a port
and then use fprintf in place of printf to output to that file, and then
use close() on the file handle).
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procedure(CCFprintSomeInfo(@optional (obj geGetEditCellView()) "d")
printf("CCFprintSomeInfo: cellview %s %s %s has instances:\n"
obj~>libName obj~>cellName obj~>viewName)
printf("Pin type %s, net:%s, term:%s\n"
inst~>cellName inst~>net~>name inst~>pin~>term~>name)
printf("Instance %s: terminals %L connected to %L\n"
inst~>name inst~>instTerms~>name inst~>instTerms~>net~>name)
printf(strcat("CCFprintSomeInfo: object of type %s\n"
" in cellview %s %s %s has attributes:\n%L") obj~>objType
obj~>cellView~>libName obj~>cellView~>cellName obj~>cellView~>viewName
); procedure CCFprintSomeInfo
Hopefully this will help you to get started?,
In reply to skillUser:
Thanks Lawrence for this script. It really helps me to get a start. I dumped some information in a file. I harcoded some syntax of XML using fprintf statements. Please let me know is that posible to dump in XML file format directly using some function or something else?
Please share some information or procedure with an example if possible.
In reply to Skill User:
See this post which discusses writing (and reading) XML.