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PHREF(3)						MBK PHYSICAL STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS						  PHREF(3)

NAME
phref - mbk physical reference 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). 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 PHREF(3)

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PHREF(3)						MBK PHYSICAL STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS						  PHREF(3)

NAME
phref - mbk physical reference 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). 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 PHREF(3)

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