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Manual Reference Pages  -  XSCH (1)

NAME

xsch - graphical schematic viewer

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Special Keys
Options
Xsc File Format
Environment Variables
See Also

SYNOPSIS

xsch [-l file_name] [-xor] [-install] [-force] [-I input_format] [-slide file_name ...]

[Include document man1/alc_origin.1]

DESCRIPTION

Xsch is a graphical schematic viewer. All functionnalities can be accessed through different menus. Xsch works under Motif and X11r6. When entering Xsch, the main window appears and shows 5 different menus on the top bar. These menus can be entered by simply clicking on the mouse left button. Here is the description of these menus.

File Open : load an existing file. Note that a file with the same name and the extention .xsc can be used to attach special colors and comments to all displayed objects (see below for details).
Quit : quit xsch.

Edit Identify : identify a selected object.
Connected : highlight a selected object.
Search : search an object by its name.

View Zoom : perform zoom in, zoom out, center, fit, refresh on figure.
Layer : select types of layers displayed.
Map : show cursor position in the entire figure.
Arrows : show arrows for moving at the grid step.
Grid : Set the X,Y step of the grid if displayed.

Tools Hierarchy : enable user to browse into the design hierarchy.
Message : display the last error messages

Setup Save or load a user defined configuration of default displayed menus.

SPECIAL KEYS

+/- Next or previous file in slide mode.

OPTIONS

-l file_name Load the file file_name (with or without extention)
-xor Two graphic cursor methods can be used, invert or xor.
-force this option force all graphical objects to be displayed.
-install Switch to a private color map.
-I input_format
  Specifies the input format (vst(5), al(5), vbe(5))
-slide file_name ...
  Enables slide mode, all specifies files will be displayed one by one using keys +/- in the graphic window.

XSC FILE FORMAT

# Example of .xsc file
#
# To attach a particular color and comment to a box :
# B:box_name:color:comment
# color is an integer from 0 to 32, or -1 for no_color
# comment is a string
B:my_box:0:this box should be blue
B:another_box:-1:this won’t change the box color
#
# To attach a particular color and comment to a net :
# N:net_name:color:comment
N:my_net:15:this net should be green
#
# To attach a particular color and comment to a connector :
# C:connector_name:color:comment
C:my_con:32:this connector should be red
#
# To attach a particular color and comment to a path :
# P:from_name:net_name:to_name:color:comment
P:my_con:my_net:my_box:15:this path should be green

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

MBK_CATA_LIB
  indicates the path to the read only libraries to be used.
MBK_WORK_LIB
  indicates the path to the read directory for the session.
MBK_IN_LO indicates the file format to be used.
XSCH_PARAM_NAME (optionnal)
  indicates the path to the parameter file used by Xsch.

SEE ALSO

mbk(1), MBK_CATA_LIB(1), MBK_WORK_LIB(1), PAT(5), asimut(1)

[Include document man1/alc_bug_report.1]

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ASIM/LIP6 XSCH (1) September 1, 2000

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