I've created two sets of standard cells, static and dynamic (or domino), consisting of basic combinational gates and some sequential elements.Using Genus, I am using the library domains functionality to map some behavioral HDL (i.e. multiplier) to both the static and the domino gates.The static version maps just fine, the domino gates however, are not recognized as usable gates.
The specific error message is:
At least one usable two-input and/or/nand/nor gate (modulo inversion at inputs) is required for mapping.Ensure that the loaded libraries contain at least one such cell. [LBR-172]
Both an OR and AND domino gate are available.I figured, since the domino gates have three inputs, Genus does not recognize them as usable basic gates. Hence the question, is it even possible to map to these domino gates using Genus and if so, how to do so?
I have the same problem that you had?
Could you please tell me how you solved your problem?