[libre-riscv-dev] [Bug 217] create a "ring" system which allows pad locations to be specified conveniently

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Tue Mar 17 17:28:11 GMT 2020


--- Comment #33 from Jean-Paul.Chaput at lip6.fr ---
(In reply to Jock Tanner from comment #31)
> (In reply to Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton from comment #30)
> > (In reply to Jock Tanner from comment #29)
> > 
> > > I checked 'dir(Cell)' and it really has no
> > > 'getTerminalNetlistInstanceOccurrences' attribute. My Coriolis is up to
> > > date. Is Alliance toolkit now ahead of Coriolis?
> > 
> > remember, coriolis2 is a c++ application (not a pure python application),
> > with "wrapper" python bindings around the c++ code.  after the git pull you
> > need to rebuild the c++ code.
> My Coriolis is already up to date, on 'devel' branch. Its code didn't change
> since the last time I built it. Just reran 'bootstrap/ccb.py' to make sure.
> And its current C++ code does not contain the identifiers
> 'getTerminalNetlistInstanceOccurrences' or
> 'getNonTerminalNetlistInstanceOccurrences'. The repository is not recursive,
> the names just can't come out of thin air.
> The only thing I can come up with is that alliance toolkit is ahead of
> Coriolis. Or what else can it be?

  Are you on Coriolis commit b07a4722 ? (the latest one).
  The getTerminalNetlistInstanceOccurrences methods were commited with
  dfe4d80b four commits ago (and one week). Are you sure you did
  rebuild & rinstall Coriolis ? You may check the contents of the
  library with:
    > nm libhurricane.so | grep TerminalNetlist
  You should have lots of references if it is the right one.

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