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(New page: To export GDS, you can go to File->Export->Stream... in the CIW. In the new window that opens up, specify a stream file. Select the technology library (NCSU_techlib_tsmc02d). Select YOU...)
 
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Select the technology library (NCSU_techlib_tsmc02d).
 
Select the technology library (NCSU_techlib_tsmc02d).
  
Select YOUR library, toplevel cell and "layout" as the view.
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Select YOUR library, top level cell and "layout" as the view.
  
 
Click on "Options".
 
Click on "Options".
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Click on "Translate".
 
Click on "Translate".
  
Turn in the GDS file.
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Turn in the GDS file. TELL ME WHAT THE TOP LEVEL CELL IS.
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You can check that your file exported correctly by: 1) creating a new library, do a File->Import->Stream... 3) specifying the correct "top level" cell to translate.

Revision as of 14:57, 11 December 2007

To export GDS, you can go to File->Export->Stream... in the CIW.

In the new window that opens up, specify a stream file.

Select the technology library (NCSU_techlib_tsmc02d).

Select YOUR library, top level cell and "layout" as the view.

Click on "Options".

Click on the "Layers" tab.

Click on "Load File".

Load this file of layer information: /mada/software/techfiles/NCSU_CDK_1.5.1/pipo/streamInLayermap

Click on "Translate".

Turn in the GDS file. TELL ME WHAT THE TOP LEVEL CELL IS.

You can check that your file exported correctly by: 1) creating a new library, do a File->Import->Stream... 3) specifying the correct "top level" cell to translate.