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How to Create a Smart Asic Design

| March 8, 2013

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[notice type="support" title="STEP BY STEP" tag="h4"]STEP[/notice]

STEP 1

Start with Configuration Management. For example, Clearcase.

STEP 2

Check in a file: ct ci -c <comment> <filename>

STEP 3

Create a label: ct mklbtype <label>

STEP 4

Assign a label: ct mklabel <label> <file>

STEP 5

Move a label: ct mklabel -replace <labelname> <filename@@/main/vernum>, here vernum is the version to which move this label.

STEP 6

Check out a file: ct co -nc <filename>

STEP 7

Create element: ct mkelem -nc <filename>

STEP 8

Request master: ct mkelem -master -nc <filename> : When new file has to be created.

  1. Unreserved CO with reqmaster: ct co -nmaster -unres <filename>

STEP 9

Request master: ct reqmaster <filename@@/main/> Wait for 15 min for checking out

STEP 10

Create Symlink: ct co <parent_directory>; ct ln -s <source_directory> ./parent_drectory/.

STEP 11

Create release: cd /cdb/MPUSSTFInt/modules; create_release -label <labelname> DAPAPBMUX_SP

  1. Older Version: /cdb/dbshared/ind/bin/create_release

STEP 12

Edit configspec: ct edcs

STEP 13

Set configspec: ct setcs <configspecfilename>

STEP 14

Make directory: ct mkdir <dir>

STEP 15

Change permission: ct protect -chmod +x <file_name>

  1. ct setcs $WORK_AREA/env/config_spec/[prj_configspec] –> mounting toconfig spec

  2. ct co -nc fname.v –> check out

  3. ct unco fname.v –> cancel checkout

  4. ct ci -c “comments” fname.v –> check in

  5. ccsubmit -n

  6. ccsubmit mpu_top_arm1136_smx_* –>

  7. ct describe <file name> –> to know properties of the file

  8. ct startview <cc view name> –> to set a cc view of anyone

  9. ct setview <cc view name> –> set the view

  10. ct pwv –>

  11. ct lsprivate -co –> list private files

  12. ct setview <login>_<view_name> –> to set a view

  13. ct startview <login>_<view_name> –> to start a view

  14. ct lsvtree -g –> to view cc database structure

  15. ct lstype -kind <brtype|lgtype|attype> –> to view cc database structure

  16. ct co -nc .  ; ct rm <file_name> ; ct ci -nc .

  17. ct lsco -r -cview –> List recursively checkouts from your current view

  18. ccfindEclipsed –> List recursively Eclipsed elements from your view

  19. ct lsdo -r –> List recursively derived objects

  20. ct catcr <derived_object_file> –> Find ClearCase file dependencies through derived object

  21. ct rmdo <derived_object_file> –> Remove derived objects

 

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