From: Abe Riazi ([email protected])
Date: Thu Dec 02 1999 - 10:13:39 PST
What I meant by the statement "TMP program has some important
limitations when executed in conjunction with a .net file" is that when
I state in the .gcf file:
ANALYSIS_MODE = NETS_FILE_ONLY
and create and specify the appropriate Nets file, the TMP searches
for models beyond the limits specified by .net , and in the Model NOT
FOUND section of the tmp.log it includes models beyond the scope imposed
by the net file. I find this undesirable.
>From: Syed Huq[SMTP:[email protected]]
>Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 1999 9:21 PM
>To: [email protected]
>Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : XTK multiboard simulation using amp spice connector
>TMP does model processing. If your gcf is not setup correctly, you could see
>some problems(see tmp.log). We use the NETS_FILE scheme a lot since the
>complex and it helps focus on particular interfaces of interest(nets defined
>in .net file).
>Cisco Systems, Inc
>> I have discovered that the
>> TMP program has some important limitations when executed in conjunction
>> with a Net file. However, ISF2XTK cooperates well with .net and
>> generates a Topology file containing only those nets dictated by the Net
>> Best Regards,
>> Abe Raizi
>> Anigma, Inc.
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