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on Jul 30, 2013 by recthor
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may i know is that any command or coding for auto convert verified test back to library format?
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Jan 29, 2013 7:42 AM
Hi Vincent, good question - but depends on what exactly you want to do,
all digital tests are generated from some form of library, and these 'generic' libraries would reside in the board directory under 'custom_lib', OR in the generic library paths
so all generic libraries should be there - however IPG process does make some mdification to the libraries based on topology , disabling requirements - so only extra parts will be for debug comments
but perhaps you dont have the original libraries supplied ? just the digital test source code?, then maybe there is no automatic way to make them libraries apart from manually save and compile using the ;library option
I am not sure if i have answered your question correctly, but it is possible to convert a digital source code back to a library , but it is manual
- the 3070 libraries work on PINS - not NODES so by removing the all debug and 'node' related comments , then saving that version under a library directory - then use the compile 'filename';library option
and as always, you should only practice on a copy of the board directory
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Jul 30, 2013 8:22 PM
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