I am wondering if there is a document that lists all environment variables used in virtuoso.
For example, I don't want Spec/Weight and Min/Max displayed for every result in ADE XL/Maestro. I want them disabled by default. Do you know if there is a way?
envSetVal("adexl.gui" "detailViewShowDefault" 'string "\"Test\" \"Corners\" \"Scalar Expressions\" \"Waveform Expressions\" \"Signals\" \"Corner Expressions\" \"Post Run Results\" \"Device Checks\" \"User-Defined Columns\" \"Run Statistics\"")
in IC6.1.8 you can use Options->cdsenv editor and search for "column" for example. It found this (more by luck than judgement, as "Column" is in the list of values)
Thanks for the reply. I appreciate it. The skill code worked. However, I can't find cdsenv editor in Options menu. I am using ICADVM181.090.
I am also interested to know if there is a way to open config in edit mode by default (generally it opens in read only mode and I have to manually change it to edit mode) when I right click a test on Assembler and select Design option. Please let me know if there is a way. Thanks for your time!
That's odd. The menu is definitely there in ICADVM18.1-64b.500.9 :
Maybe you have an outdated or site-customised "ciw.menus" file which doesn't contain this entry. You can check that by typing in the CIW:
If so, you probably need to get that updated or synchronised with the version in <ICinstDir>/tools/dfII/etc/tools/menus/ciw.menus
You can invoke it by calling startCdsenvEditor() in the CIW.
For opening in editable mode, there's a cdsenv for this too covered in this article: Open Design in Tab from Data View opens schematic and configuration in read only mode (hint: search in the cdsenv editor for "openDesign" and you'll find the way to change the access mode to "a").
startCdsenvEditor() in the CIW worked! Thanks so much Andrew! I appreciate it.
Also, do you know the env variable so that I can have @cellName rather than @partName when creating symbol by default? I tried to search for this on cdsenv list, but couldn't.