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close_ctd_win

close_ctd_win
[-help]
[-all | -id WindowIDName ]
Closes open CTD windows. When no parameter is specified, the command closes the current active CTD window.

Parameters
-help Outputs a brief description that includes type and default information
for each close_ctd_win parameter. For a detailed description of the
command and all of its parameters, use the man command: man
close_ctd_win .

-all Closes all open CTD windows.


- Closes the CTD window with the specified window ID.
idWindowIDName

Examples

 The following command closes all CTD windows in the current session:

close_ctd_win -all

 The following command closes the CTD window with the ID, user_id2 :

close_ctd_win -id user_id2

create_ccopt_clock_spine
create_ccopt_clock_spine
[-help]
[-hard]
-name spinename
[-x x ]
[-xmax xmax ]
[-xmin xmin ]
[-y y ]
[-ymax ymax ]
[-ymin ymin ]
Creates a CCOpt spine object. A spine is a single vertical or horizontal line under which clock instance pins that exist in the pre-
cts netlist can be arranged. Spines must be either vertical with a single X value or horizontal with a single Y value. For example,
to create a vertical spine, you need to specify a target X value, and a Y range. All distances are in microns. For example:
create_ccopt_clock_spine -name spineA -x 1000.0 -ymin 500.0 -ymax 1500.0
The software displays the following message:
Created clock spine: spineA

Note: Only those pins whose CCOpt property, lock_on_clock_spine , contains the name of the spine will be aligned
to that spine. This property specifies a set of clock spine names restricting where the pin should be located. If the set contains
more than one item, the pin may be placed on any of the specified clock spines. For more information about how this property
is used, type the following:
get_ccopt_property -help lock_on_clock_spine
A spine may be specified as "hard", in which case it defines a rectangle, and cells will be moved out of this area, if possible, to
make way for cells locked to the spine. For example:
create_ccopt_spine -name spineB -hard -y 2000.0 -xmin 0.0 -xmax 3000.0
-ymin 1990.0 -ymax 2010.0
Note : When specifying a hard spine, the target X or Y value must lie between the specified edges.
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This command is a part of the CCOpt spine functionality, which is a limited-access feature in this release. It is enabled by a
variable specified through thesetLimitedAccessFeature command. To use this feature, contact your Cadence
representative to explain your usage requirements, and make sure this feature meets your needs before deploying it widely.

Parameters
-help Outputs a brief description that includes type and default information for
each create_ccopt_clock_spine parameter.
For a detailed description of the command and all of its parameters, use the
man command:
man create_ccopt_clock_spine .

-hard If specified, creates a hard clock spine. This creates a rectangle and it causes
other cells to be pushed out of the spine region bounds to make way for the
cells locked to the spine.
-name Specifies the user-defined identifier for this clock spine. This parameter is
required.
-x x Specifies the X value of a vertical clock spine's target line.
- Specifies the maximum X value of objects on a horizontal spine, and the right
xmaxxmax edge of the hard spine area.
-xminxmin Specifies the minimum X value of objects on a horizontal spine, and the left
edge of the hard spine area.
-y y Specifies the Y value of a horizontal clock spine's target line.
- Specifies the maximum Y value of objects on a vertical spine, and the top edge
ymaxymax of the hard spine area.
-yminymin Specifies the minimum Y value of objects on a vertical spine, and the bottom
edge of the hard spine area.

Example
The following command creates a hard, horizontal spine, with the specified target Y value, and the four edges of the rectangle
to be cleared:

 create_ccopt_clock_spine -name spineB -x 2000.0 -ymin 1000.0 -ymax


2500.0

The software displays the following message:


Created clock spine: spineB