Accessing designs at different locations

Accessing designs at different locations - ta_project in...

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Accessing designs from different directories This is a short tutorial intended to show you how to access designs in different locations. This will be useful since you are doing designs in parts (adder, comparator) and you need to put them up together for your complete Fibonacci system. For example , let s assume my other group mates have designed 10-bit comparator and I want to use it in my own design named comparator_testing which exists in my own library named testing . I first need to know from my group mate where his comparator design exists and add his design s library to my existing library and start instantiating the comparator. Let s say his comparator is in the library named
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Unformatted text preview: ta_project in the directory /w/class.1/ee/ee115v/ee115vta/project_amar Now, once you know the above path,in your Library Manager click Edit->Library Path and click OK for the message about your CDS file not being locked. In the library path editor, enter the complete path of the library ta_project, as shown below Now, exit the library path editor and save the changes you made to it as asked by the prompted message. Now, if you look at the Library manager window, the newly added ta_project library also appears in the library list. Now, you can access any cell from this library and instantiate in your current design as shown below....
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