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SB
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Tue Sep 04, 2007 6:40 pm   



Hi there!

First Question:
Can anybody tell me what a .slib file is?
My rough understanding is that this is the file extension
for an "interface timing specification" model given by tools
such as Synopsys' PathMill. Please correct me and elaborate
if I am incorrect with this.

Second Question:
With the defintion of a .slb file sorted out with a response to Qn1,
how does this
..slib file differ from a Synopsys .lib timing model file?

I know that this group is a user forum for synthesis,
however, I am unable to locate a usergroup
dedicated to Synopsys products. Hence I am placing my question here.

Thanks for the help.

Cheers
SB

Alvin Andries
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Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:22 pm   



"SB" <smartbadge_at_yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1188927626.288242.212860_at_57g2000hsv.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Hi there!

First Question:
Can anybody tell me what a .slib file is?
My rough understanding is that this is the file extension
for an "interface timing specification" model given by tools
such as Synopsys' PathMill. Please correct me and elaborate
if I am incorrect with this.

Second Question:
With the defintion of a .slb file sorted out with a response to Qn1,
how does this
.slib file differ from a Synopsys .lib timing model file?

I know that this group is a user forum for synthesis,
however, I am unable to locate a usergroup
dedicated to Synopsys products. Hence I am placing my question here.

Thanks for the help.

Cheers
SB


..slib is the ASCII version of Synopsys' symbol libraries (.sdb) AND .slib is
the ASCII version of an ITS model. A normal .lib file contains timing
information for standard cells or RAMs, whereas a .slib will contain timing
information for a complete design. There are cases where these can represent
the same data.

As to where to search: solvnet.synopsys.com
You need to register which requires you to know your site-ID and have an
e-mail address in that licensed domain. It's not a real forum but a
collection of manuals and resolved answers. You can also contact support
there.

Regards,
Alvin.

SB
Guest

Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:08 am   



On Sep 4, 9:22 pm, "Alvin Andries"
<Alvin_Andries.no_s...@no.spam.versateladsl.be> wrote:
Quote:
"SB" <smartba...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

news:1188927626.288242.212860_at_57g2000hsv.googlegroups.com...



Hi there!

First Question:
Can anybody tell me what a .slib file is?
My rough understanding is that this is the file extension
for an "interface timing specification" model given by tools
such as Synopsys' PathMill. Please correct me and elaborate
if I am incorrect with this.

Second Question:
With the defintion of a .slb file sorted out with a response to Qn1,
how does this
.slib file differ from a Synopsys .lib timing model file?

I know that this group is a user forum for synthesis,
however, I am unable to locate a usergroup
dedicated to Synopsys products. Hence I am placing my question here.

Thanks for the help.

Cheers
SB

.slib is the ASCII version of Synopsys' symbol libraries (.sdb) AND .slib is
the ASCII version of an ITS model. A normal .lib file contains timing
information for standard cells or RAMs, whereas a .slib will contain timing
information for a complete design. There are cases where these can represent
the same data.

As to where to search: solvnet.synopsys.com
You need to register which requires you to know your site-ID and have an
e-mail address in that licensed domain. It's not a real forum but a
collection of manuals and resolved answers. You can also contact support
there.

Regards,
Alvin.


Alvin,

Thank you for your message on this.
That has cleared up a few things for me.

Cheers,
SB

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