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loins(3) [bsd man page]

LOINS(3)						 MBK LOGICAL STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS						  LOINS(3)

NAME
loins - mbk logical instance DESCRIPTION
The loins is used to describe an instance of the logical view of a figure. The declarations needed to work on loins are available in the header file "/labo/include/mlo404.h", where '404' is the actual mbk version. The following C structure supports the description of the logical instance : typedef struct loins { struct loins *NEXT; struct locon *LOCON; char *INSNAME; char *FIGNAME; struct ptype *USER; } loins_list; NEXT Pointer to the next loins of the list. INSNAME Local name of the instance. It identifies the instance at a given hierarchical level, so it should unique. When working on both layout and netlist views of a cell, instance names should be the same on each representation. FIGNAME Name of the model of the instanciated cell. LOCON Pointer to the head of the list of connectors of the instance. Consistency between the connectors of the instance and the connectors of its model on disk is not ensured by the parsers, because a model local to the file beeing parsed is used, not the possible model on disk. See locon(3) for details. USER Pointer to a ptype list, see ptype(3) for details, that is a general purpose pointer used to share informations on the instance. SEE ALSO
mbk(1), addloins(3), getloins(3), delloins(3), locon(3), lofig(3), ptype(3). BUG REPORT
This tool is under development at the ASIM department of the LIP6 laboratory. We need your feedback to improve documentation and tools. ASIM
/LIP6 October 1, 1997 LOINS(3)

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LOCON(3)						 MBK LOGICAL STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS						  LOCON(3)

NAME
locon - mbk logical connector DESCRIPTION
The locon is used to describe a connector of the logical view of a figure. Connectors are describing the cell interface, and are the link between its physical and logical views, so the names must be the same. The declarations needed to work on locon are available in the header file "/labo/include/mlo404.h", where '404' is the actual mbk version. The following C structure supports the description of the logical connector : typedef struct locon { struct locon *NEXT; char *NAME; struct losig *SIG; void *ROOT; char DIRECTION; char TYPE; struct ptype *USER; } locon_list; NEXT Pointer to the next locon of the list. NAME Name of the connector. It identifies the connector, so it should unique in a given logical figure. A logical connector with a given name correspond to the physical connector or connectors of this name. SIG Pointer to the signal linked to the connector. This signal is, of course, unique. See losig(3) for details. ROOT Pointer to the object it belongs to. This object may be either a lofig, or a loins, depending on the type of the con- nector. See lofig(3) and loins for details. DIRECTION This indicates the way of the information going through the connector. Six directions are legal : IN input OUT output INOUT input and output UNKNOWN no information is available TRISTATE tristate output TRANSCV tristate output and input TYPE Character indicating if the connector belongs to a model or an instance. It can take two values : EXTERNAL for figure connectors INTERNAL for instance connectors The TYPE is needed to appropriatly cast the ROOT field, and must be approriatly filled by the parsers. A misuse of it may cause strange behaviours. USER Pointer to a ptype list, see ptype for details, that is a general purpose pointer used to share informations on the connector. SEE ALSO
mbk(1), mbk(3), addlocon(3), getlocon(3), dellocon(3), losig(3), ptype(3), loins(3), lofig(3). BUG REPORT
This tool is under development at the ASIM department of the LIP6 laboratory. We need your feedback to improve documentation and tools. ASIM
/LIP6 October 1, 1997 LOCON(3)

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