As the subject suggests I am trying to migrate a design from one technology to another. The method adopted is by changing the master:
masterID=dbOpenCellViewByType("newTechLibName" "newTechCellName" "symbol" "schematicSymbol")
This indeed changes the master and I can see the MOS of new technology appearing, but the wires connecting them are not connected now (it seems as if because of change in symbol).
A slight adjustment does the job at graphical schematic level. Is there any way to change the master and preserve the connectivity also (the w's and l's value remains same, fortunately!)
Thanks and Regards,
The config file has the following contents:
xSnapSpacing 0.0625 ; defaults to 0.0625
ySnapSpacing 0.0625 ; defaults to 0.0625
fontHeight 0.0625 ; defaults to xSnapSpacing
addWireLabels t ; if it should add labels for wire stubs left by
; ; lib/cell/view to be converted, from and to.
; ; all to setting default to the from settings, and the
; ; fromView defaults to "symbol".
; fromLib "cmos32lp"
; fromCell "egnfet_b"
; fromView "symbol"
; toLib "cmos090"
; toCell "nsvt33"
; toView "symbol"
; ; if any pin names need mapping, do that here. Otherwise
; ; can omit
; ;pinMap (("G" "g") ("D" "d"))
; ; Which pins should not be wired, but should replace with a
; ; netSet on the instance
; ;pinToNetSet (("B" "nbulk"))
; ; which pin should be considered the origin - in other words,
; ; stay where it is. It does not have to be the origin of the symbol
; pinOrigin "D"
; ; this is the orientation you need to give to the new symbol
; ; to rotate it to the same orientation as the old symbol
; ;orient "R90"
; and now for another mapping...
; fromCell "egpfet_b"
; toCell "psvt33"
; ;pinOrigin "G"