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Manual Reference Pages  -  PHREF (3)

[Include document man1/alc_contents.mac]

   phref    phref

NAME

phref - mbk physical reference

CONTENTS

Description
See Also

DESCRIPTION

The phref structure is used to describe a reference belonging to a symbolic layout model, see phfig(3) for details. A reference allows to name a point anywhere in a given model. It may then be seen as a name, and not anymore as a couple of coordinates. References are mostly used for cell programming and multi-access connector representation.

The declarations needed to work on phref are available in the header file "/labo/include/mph402.h", where ’402’ is the actual mbk version.

The following C structure supports the description of the reference :







typedef struct phref {
   struct phref     *NEXT;
   char             *FIGNAME;
   char             *NAME;
   long             XREF,YREF;
   struct ptype     *USER;
} phref_list;


NEXT Pointer to the next reference in the list.
FIGNAME Kind of reference. Gives information about the possible uses of the object. Some FIGNAME are in use today :
"ref_con" for multi-access connectors
"ref_ref" for all other uses
NAME Name of the reference. The refence is identified by its name, so it should be unique at a given hierarchical level.
XREF, YREF Coordinates of the point beeing referenced.
USER Pointer to a ptype list, see ptype(3) for details, that is a general purpose pointer used to share informations on the reference.

SEE ALSO

mbk(1), addphref(3), getphref(3), delphref(3), phfig(3), ptype(3).

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ASIM/LIP6 PHREF (3) October 1, 1997

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