where option may be one of the following:
- Extract the root cell and all its children. This bypasses the incremental extraction and ensures that a new .ext file is written for every cell definition.
- cell name
- Extract the indicated cell into file name
- do|no [option]
- Enable or disable an extractor option, where option may be one of the following:
- length [option]
- Control pathlength extraction information, where option may be one of the following:
- driver termname
- receiver termname
- Print help information
- Extract the selected cell and all its parents
- List the cell and all parents of selected cell. Note that this is not really an extract option and is superceded by the cellname command.
- [list|listall] style [stylename]
- Set the current extraction style to stylename. Without arguments, print the current extraction style. With keyword list, return the current extraction style as a Tcl result. With keyword listall, return all valid extraction styles for the technology as a Tcl list.
- unique [#]
- Generate unique names when different nodes have the same name
- warn [[no] option]
- Enable/disable reporting of non-fatal errors, where option may be one of the following:
With no options given, the extract command incrementally extracts the root cell and all its children into separate .ext files. With options, the effect is as described in the Usage section above.
extract is implemented as a built-in magic command.
ext is an alias for command extract (allowed abbreviation where the usage would otherwise be ambiguous).
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Last updated: October 6, 2004 at 3:16am