Class: OrigenTesters::IGXLBasedTester::Base

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
VectorBasedTester
Defined in:
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/job.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/edge.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/flow.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/jobs.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/edges.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/levels.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patset.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/pinmap.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/edgeset.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patsets.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patsubr.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/timeset.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/edgesets.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/levelset.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patgroup.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patsubrs.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/timesets.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/flow_line.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/generator.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patgroups.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/references.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/ac_specsets.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/dc_specsets.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/level_io_se.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/global_specs.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/level_supply.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/test_instance.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patset_pattern.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/test_instances.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/timesets_basic.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/patsubr_pattern.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/test_instance_group.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/custom_test_instance.rb,
lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base/test_instances/custom_til.rb

Overview

This is the base class of all IGXL-based testers

Direct Known Subclasses

J750, UltraFLEX

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: Generator Classes: ACSpecsets, CustomTestInstance, DCSpecsets, Edge, Edges, Edgeset, Edgesets, Flow, FlowLine, GlobalSpecs, Job, Jobs, Levels, Levelset, Patgroup, Patgroups, Patset, PatsetPattern, Patsets, Patsubr, PatsubrPattern, Patsubrs, PinLevelSingle, Pinmap, References, SupplyLevel, TestInstance, TestInstanceGroup, TestInstances, Timeset, Timesets, TimesetsBasic

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from VectorBasedTester

#register_tester

Constructor Details

#initializeBase

Returns a new IGXLBasedTester instance, normally there would only ever be one of these assigned to the global variable such as $tester by your target.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 31

def initialize
  @unique_counter = 0
  @counter_lsb_bits = 0
  @counter_msb_bits = 0
  @max_repeat_loop = 65_535 # 16 bits
  @min_repeat_loop = 2
  @pat_extension = OrigenTesters::IGXLBasedTester.pat_extension
  @active_loads = true
  @pipeline_depth = 34
  @software_version = ''
  @compress = true
  @support_repeat_previous = true
  @match_entries = 10
  @name = ''
  @program_comment_char = ['logprint', "'"]
  @opcode_mode = :extended
  @flags = %w(cpuA cpuB cpuC cpuD)
  @microcode = {}
  @microcode[:enable] = 'enable'
  @microcode[:set_flag] = 'set_cpu'
  @microcode[:mask_vector] = 'ign ifc icc'

  @mask_vector = false   # sticky option to mask all subsequent vectors

  @min_pattern_vectors = 0  # no minimum

  @memory_test_en = false  # memory test enabled (for all patterns?)

  @testerconfig ||= {}
  @channelmap ||= {}
  @pushed_instrument_configs = {}
  @overlay_style = :subroutine		# default to use subroutine for overlay
  @capture_style = :hram			# default to use hram for capture
  @overlay_history = {}			# used to track labels, subroutines, digsrc pins used etc
  @overlay_subr = nil
  @capture_history = {}
end

Instance Attribute Details

#channelmapObject

Returns the value of attribute channelmap.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 18

def channelmap
  @channelmap
end

#default_channelmapObject

Returns the value of attribute default_channelmap.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 19

def default_channelmap
  @default_channelmap
end

#default_testerconfigObject

Returns the value of attribute default_testerconfig.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 20

def default_testerconfig
  @default_testerconfig
end

#max_siteObject

Returns the value of attribute max_site.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 21

def max_site
  @max_site
end

#memory_test_enObject

Returns the value of attribute memory_test_en.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 16

def memory_test_en
  @memory_test_en
end

#min_repeat_loopObject Also known as: min_repeat_count

permit modification of minimum repeat count


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 23

def min_repeat_loop
  @min_repeat_loop
end

#pattern_compiler_pinmapObject

Returns the value of attribute pattern_compiler_pinmap.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 15

def pattern_compiler_pinmap
  @pattern_compiler_pinmap
end

#software_versionObject

Returns the value of attribute software_version.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 14

def software_version
  @software_version
end

#testerconfigObject

Returns the value of attribute testerconfig.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 17

def testerconfig
  @testerconfig
end

Instance Method Details

#apply_digcap_settings(options = {}) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 973

def apply_digcap_settings(options = {})
  options.merge!(digcap_width: 8) if options[:digcap_width].nil? # default to digcap 8
  options.merge!(digcap_bit_order: :lsb) if options[:digcap_bit_order].nil? # default to lsb
  options.merge!(digcap_mode: :serial) if options[:digcap_mode].nil? # default to serial mode
  options.merge!(digcap_site_uniqueness: :unique_sites) if options[:digcap_site_uniqueness].nil? # default to unique sites
  options.merge!(digcap_format: :binary) if options[:digcap_format].nil? # default to binary
  options.merge!(digcap_data_type: :default) if options[:digcap_data_type].nil? # default to default
  options.merge!(digcap_auto_cond: :auto_cond_disable) if options[:digcap_auto_cond].nil? # default to disable
  options.merge!(digcap_auto_trig_enable: :auto_trig_disable) if options[:digcap_auto_trig_enable].nil? # default to disable
  options.merge!(digcap_store_stv: :store_stv_disable) if options[:digcap_store_stv].nil? # default to disable
  options.merge!(digcap_receive_data: :store_stv_disable) if options[:digcap_receive_data].nil? # default to logic
  @digcap_settings = options
end

#apply_digsrc_settings(options = {}) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 962

def apply_digsrc_settings(options = {})
  options.merge!(digsrc_width: 1) if options[:digsrc_width].nil? # default to digsrc 1
  options.merge!(digsrc_bit_order: :lsb) if options[:digsrc_bit_order].nil? # default to lsb
  options.merge!(digsrc_mode: :serial) if options[:digsrc_mode].nil? # default to serial mode
  options.merge!(digsrc_format: :binary) if options[:digsrc_format].nil? # default to binary
  options.merge!(digsrc_site_uniqueness: :unique_sites) if options[:digsrc_site_uniqueness].nil? # default to unique sites
  options.merge!(digsrc_data_type: :default) if options[:digsrc_data_type].nil? # default to default
  options.merge!(digsrc_auto_cond: :auto_cond_disable) if options[:digsrc_auto_cond].nil? # default to disable
  @digsrc_settings = options
end

#assign_dc_instr_pins(dc_pins) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 208

def assign_dc_instr_pins(dc_pins)
  if !dc_pins.is_a?(Array)
    @dc_pins = [] << dc_pins
  else
    @dc_pins = dc_pins
  end
end

#assign_digcap_pins(digcap_pins) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 224

def assign_digcap_pins(digcap_pins)
  if !digcap_pins.is_a?(Array)
    @digcap_pins = [] << digcap_pins
  else
    @digcap_pins = digcap_pins
  end
end

#assign_digsrc_pins(digsrc_pins) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 216

def assign_digsrc_pins(digsrc_pins)
  if !digsrc_pins.is_a?(Array)
    @digsrc_pins = [] << digsrc_pins
  else
    @digsrc_pins = digsrc_pins
  end
end

#branch_to(label) ⇒ Object Also known as: branch

Branch execution to the given point.

This generates a new vector with a jump instruction to a given label. This method will generate an additional vector.

Examples

$tester.branch_to("something_significant")

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 619

def branch_to(label)
  cycle(microcode: "jump #{label}")
end

#call_matchObject

Call a match loop.

Normally you would put your match loop in a global subs pattern, then you can call it via this method. This method automatically syncs match loop naming with the match generation flow, no arguments required.

This is an IGXLBasedTester specific API.

Examples

$tester.cycle
$tester.call_match  # Calls the match loop, or the first entry point if you have multiple
$tester.cycle
$tester.call_match  # Calls the match loop, or the second entry point if you have multiple

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 578

def call_match
  @match_counter = @match_counter || 0
  call_subroutine("match_done_#{@match_counter}")
  @match_counter += 1 unless @match_counter == (@match_entries || 1) - 1
end

#call_subroutine(name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Call a subroutine.

This method applies a call subroutine opcode to the previous vector, it does not generate a new vector.

Subroutines should always be called through this method as it ensures a running log of called subroutines is maintained and which then gets output in the pattern header to import the right dependencies.

An offset option is available to make the call on earlier vectors.

Examples

$tester.call_subroutine("mysub")
$tester.call_subroutine("my_other_sub", :offset => -1)

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 335

def call_subroutine(name, options = {})
  options = {
    offset: 0
  }.merge(options)
  unless @inhibit_vectors
    called_subroutines << name.to_s.chomp unless called_subroutines.include?(name.to_s.chomp) || @inhibit_vectors
    update_vector microcode: "call #{name}", offset: options[:offset]
  end
end

#called_subroutinesObject

Returns an array of subroutines called while generating the current pattern


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 775

def called_subroutines
  @called_subroutines ||= []
end

#cycle(options = {}) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 856

def cycle(options = {})
  # handle overlay if requested
  ovly_style = nil
  if options.key?(:overlay)
    ovly_style = options[:overlay][:overlay_style].nil? ? @overlay_style : options[:overlay][:overlay_style]
    overlay_str = options[:overlay][:overlay_str]

    # route the overlay request to the appropriate method
    case ovly_style
      when :subroutine, :default
        subroutine_overlay(overlay_str, options)
        ovly_style = :subroutine
      when :label, :global_label
        options[:dont_compress] = true
        unless @overlay_history.key?(overlay_str)
          # J750 behavior is local label not global
          label "#{overlay_str}", (ovly_style == :global_label)
          @overlay_history[overlay_str] = { is_label: true }
        end
      when :digsrc
        if ultraflex?
          cur_pin_state = options[:overlay][:pins].state.to_sym
          options[:overlay][:pins].drive_mem
          options = digsrc_overlay(options)
        else
          ovly_style = overlay_style_warn(options[:overlay][:overlay_str], options)
        end
      else
        ovly_style = overlay_style_warn(options[:overlay][:overlay_str], options)
    end # case ovly_style
  else
    @overlay_subr = nil
  end # of handle overlay

  options_overlay = options.delete(:overlay) if options.key?(:overlay)
  unless ovly_style == :subroutine
    if @mask_vector
      # tack on masking opcodes
      super(options.merge(microcode: "#{options[:microcode]} #{@microcode[:mask_vector]}"))
    else
      super(options)
    end
  end # unless ovly_style

  unless options_overlay.nil?
    options_overlay[:pins].state = cur_pin_state if ovly_style == :digsrc
    # stage = :body if ovly_style == :subroutine 		# always set stage back to body in case subr overlay was selected
  end
end

#digcap_store(pins) ⇒ Object

Call this method before each tester cycle to inser the digcap overlay microcode


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 958

def digcap_store(pins)
  microcode "((#{format_multiple_instrument_pins(pins)}):DigCap = STORE)"
end

#digsrc_overlay(options = {}) ⇒ Object

Perform digsrc overlay (called by tester.cycle)


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 1059

def digsrc_overlay(options = {})
  options[:overlay] = { change_data: true }.merge(options[:overlay])
  pin_name = dut.pin(options[:overlay][:pins]).name
  repeat_count = options[:repeat].nil? ? 1 : options[:repeat]

  if options[:overlay][:change_data]
    # add the send microcode
    microcode "((#{pin_name}):DigSrc = SEND)"

    # keep track of amount of digsrc used for header comment
    if @overlay_history[pin_name].nil?
      @overlay_history[pin_name] = { count: repeat_count, is_digsrc: true }
    else
      @overlay_history[pin_name][:count] += repeat_count
    end

    # ensure no unwanted repeats on the send vector
    options[:dont_compress] = true

    # ensure start microcode is placed at the beginning of the pattern
    if @overlay_history[pin_name][:start_applied].nil?
      # insert start microcode at the beginning of the pattern
      stage.insert_from_start "((#{pin_name}):DigSrc = Start)", 0
      @overlay_history[pin_name][:start_applied] = true

      # get the first vector of the pattern
      i = 0
      i += 1 until stage.bank[i].is_a?(OrigenTesters::Vector)
      first_vector = stage.bank[i]

      # insert a copy of the first vector with no repeats
      unless first_vector.inline_comment == 'added for digsrc start opcode'
        v = OrigenTesters::Vector.new
        v.pin_vals = stage.bank[i].pin_vals
        v.timeset = stage.bank[i].timeset
        v.inline_comment = 'added for digsrc start opcode'
        v.dont_compress = true
        stage.insert_from_start v, i

        # decrement repeat count of previous first vector if > 1
        first_vector.repeat -= 1 if first_vector.repeat > 1
      end

      # get cycle count up to this point, add repeat to beginning if needed
      cycle_count = -1
      stage.bank.each { |v| cycle_count += v.repeat if v.is_a?(OrigenTesters::Vector) }
      if cycle_count < @dssc_send_delay
        d = OrigenTesters::Vector.new
        d.pin_vals = first_vector.pin_vals
        d.timeset = first_vector.timeset
        d.inline_comment = 'added for dssc start to send delay'
        d.repeat = @dssc_send_delay - cycle_count

        # get the first vector of the pattern
        i = 0
        i += 1 until stage.bank[i].is_a?(OrigenTesters::Vector)

        # insert new vector after the first vector
        stage.insert_from_start d, i + 1
      end

    end # of place start microcode

  end # if options[:change_data]
  options
end

#digsrc_send(pins) ⇒ Object

Call this method before each tester cycle to insert the digsrc overlay microcode


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 953

def digsrc_send(pins)
  microcode "((#{format_multiple_instrument_pins(pins)}):DigSrc = SEND)"
end

#digsrc_skip_start(pin_or_group) ⇒ Object

Disable the automatic addition of the digsrc start command at the beginning of the pattern

Examples:

tester.digsrc_skip_start :pin_or_group_name

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 1049

def digsrc_skip_start(pin_or_group)
  pin_or_group = dut.pin(pin_or_group).name
  if @overlay_history[pin_or_group].nil?
    @overlay_history[pin_or_group] = { count: 0, is_digsrc: true, start_applied: true }
  else
    Origen.log.warn 'tester.digsrc_skip_start must be called before any overlay actions on the pin'
  end
end

#digsrc_start(pins, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Call this method at the start of any digsrc overlay operations, this method takes care of all the microcodes and delays that's needed for digsrc overlay Required arguments:

pins

Optionsal arguments:

options[:dssc_mode] = :single or :dual, anything else wil be
treated as if it's operating in :quad mode

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 922

def digsrc_start(pins, options = {})
  options = {
    dssc_mode: :single # defaults dssc_mode to single mode
  }.merge(options)
  if pins.size > 1
    microcode "((#{format_multiple_instrument_pins(pins)}):DigSrc = Start)"
  else
    microcode "((#{pin}):DigSrc = Start)"
  end
  if options[:dssc_mode] == :single
    $tester.cycle(repeat: 145) # minimum of 144 cycles, adding 1 for safey measures
  elsif options[:dssc_mode] == :dual
    $tester.cycle(repeat: 289) # minimum of 288 cycles, adding 1 for safety measures
  else
    $tester.cycle(repeat: 577) # minimum of 577 cycles, adding 1 for safety measures
  end
end

#digsrc_stop(pins, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Call this method at the end of each digscr overlay operation to clear the pattern memory pipeline, so that the pattern is ready to do the next digsrc overlay operation. Required arguments:

pins

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 944

def digsrc_stop(pins, options = {})
  if pins.size > 1
    microcode "((#{format_multiple_instrument_pins(pins)}):DigSrc = Stop)"
  else
    microcode "((#{pins}):DigSrc = Stop)"
  end
end

#enable_flag(options = {}) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 834

def enable_flag(options = {})
  options = { flagnum: 4,      # default flag to use
          }.merge(options)

  if options[:flagnum] > @flags.length
    abort "ERROR! Invalid flag value passed to 'enable_flag' method!\n"
  end
  flagname = @flags[options[:flagnum] - 1]
  update_vector(microcode: "#{@microcode[:enable]}(#{flagname})")
end

#end_subroutine(cond = false, options = {}) ⇒ Object

End a subroutine.

Generates a return opcode on the last vector.

Examples

$tester.start_subroutine("wait_for_done")
< generate your subroutine vectors here >
$tester.end_subroutine

cond: whether return is conditional on a flag (to permit to mix subrs together)


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 374

def end_subroutine(cond = false, options = {})
  (cond, options) = false, cond if cond.is_a?(Hash)
  if cond
    update_vector microcode: 'if (flag) return'
  else
    update_vector microcode: 'return'
  end
end

#flowsObject


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 244

def flows
  parser.flows
end

#format_multiple_instrument_pins(pins, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Call this method if there are more than one pin/pin groups used with an instrument, this method will format an array of pins into the correct format required by igxl pattern microcodes.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 990

def format_multiple_instrument_pins(pins, options = {})
  return_value = ''
  pins.each do |pin|
    return_value += "#{pin}"
    return_value += ',' unless pins.last == pin
  end
  return_value
end

#format_vector(vec) ⇒ Object

This is an internal method use by Origen which returns a fully formatted vector You can override this if you wish to change the output formatting at vector level


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def format_vector(vec)
  timeset = vec.timeset ? "> #{vec.timeset.name}" : ''
  pin_vals = vec.pin_vals ? "#{vec.pin_vals} ;" : ''
  if vec.repeat > 1
    microcode = "repeat #{vec.repeat}"
  else
    microcode = vec.microcode ? vec.microcode : ''
  end
  if vec.pin_vals && ($_testers_enable_vector_comments || vector_comments)
    comment = " // #{vec.number}:#{vec.cycle} #{vec.inline_comment}"
  else
    comment = vec.inline_comment.empty? ? '' : " // #{vec.inline_comment}"
  end

  "#{microcode.ljust(65)}#{timeset.ljust(31)}#{pin_vals}#{comment}"
end

#freq_count(pin, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Do a frequency measure.

Write the necessary micro code to do a frequency measure on the given pin, optionally supply a read code to pass information to the tester.

Examples

$tester.freq_count($top.pin(:d_out))                 # Freq measure on pin "d_out"
$tester.freq_count($top.pin(:d_out):readcode => 10)

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 391

def freq_count(pin, options = {})
  options = { readcode: false
            }.merge(options)

  set_code(options[:readcode]) if options[:readcode]
  cycle(microcode: "#{@microcode[:set_flag]} (cpuA)")
  cycle(microcode: "#{@microcode[:set_flag]} (cpuA)")
  cycle(microcode: "#{@microcode[:set_flag]} (cpuB)")
  cycle(microcode: "#{@microcode[:set_flag]} (cpuC)")
  cycle(microcode: 'freq_loop_1:')
  cycle(microcode: 'if (cpuA) jump freq_loop_1')
  pin.drive_lo
  delay(2000)
  pin.dont_care
  cycle(microcode: "freq_loop_2: #{@microcode[:enable]} (#{@flags[1]})")
  cycle(microcode: 'if (flag) jump freq_loop_2')
  cycle(microcode: "#{@microcode[:enable]} (#{@flags[2]})")
  cycle(microcode: 'if (flag) jump freq_loop_1')
end

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def get_dc_instr_pins
  @dc_pins
end

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def get_digcap_pins
  @digcap_pins
end

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 236

def get_digsrc_pins
  @digsrc_pins
end

#get_instrument_slots(testconfigname, instrument) ⇒ Object

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 103

def get_instrument_slots(testconfigname, instrument)  # testconfigname example "WT", "FT", "Production"
  @slots = []
  @testerconfig[testconfigname].each_with_index do |element, index|
    if instrument.to_s == element[1][:instrument].to_s
      @slots << element[0].to_i
    end
  end
  @slots  # if no corresponding slot
end

#get_tester_channel(chanmapname, pinname, sitenum) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 149

def get_tester_channel(chanmapname, pinname, sitenum)
  if sitenum <= @max_site
    @testerchannel = @channelmap[chanmapname][sitenum][pinname].channel
    return @testerchannel
  else
    return nil
  end
end

#get_tester_instrument(testconfigname, slot) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 94

def get_tester_instrument(testconfigname, slot)
  @testerconfig[testconfigname].each_with_index do |element, index|
    if slot.to_s == element[0].to_s
      return element[1][:instrument]
    end
  end
  nil  # if no corresponding slot
end

#ignore_fails(*pins) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 828

def ignore_fails(*pins)
  pins.each(&:suspend)
  yield
  pins.each(&:resume)
end

#igxl_based?Boolean

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 69

def igxl_based?
  true
end

#import_chanmap(chanmapname, fullchanmappath) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 113

def import_chanmap(chanmapname, fullchanmappath)
  # This function reads IG-XL ChannelMap file
  # chanmapname example ==> "FT", "WT", "FTX2"
  # fullchanmappath example ==> "/product_folder/Chans_FT.txt"

  puts "importing ChannelMap #{fullchanmappath}..."

  chanassignment = Struct.new(:pinname, :site, :channel, :type, :packagepin)
  chanmap_file = Pathname.new(fullchanmappath)
  @channelmap[chanmapname] ||= {}
  File.open(chanmap_file, 'r').each_line.with_index do |line, index|
    if index == 0
      unless line =~ /DTChanMap/
        puts "#{fullchanmappath} is not a valid IG-XL ChannelMap!"
        break
      end
    end
    if index == 5
      siteloc = line.strip.split(/\t/).size - 1 # strip all white spaces and grab second to last
      @max_site_s = line.split(/\t/)[siteloc].strip.split(/\s/)[1]
      @max_site = @max_site_s.to_i
      (0..@max_site).each do |sitenum|
        @channelmap[chanmapname][sitenum] ||= {}
      end
    end
    if index > 5
      (blank1, pinname, packagepin, type) = line.split(/\t/)
      (0..@max_site).each do |sitenum|
        channel = line.split(/\t/)[4 + sitenum].to_s
        @channelmap[chanmapname][sitenum][pinname.downcase.intern] = chanassignment.new(pinname.downcase.intern, sitenum, channel.chomp, type.chomp, packagepin)
      end
    end
  end
  @default_channelmap ||= chanmapname # Default Channelmap gets set if it's not nil
end

#import_tester_config(testconfigname, fullconfigpath) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 73

def import_tester_config(testconfigname, fullconfigpath)
  # This function reads in CurrentConfig.txt file generated by IG-XL.
  # testconfigname example ==> "FT", "WT", "Production"
  # fullconfigpath example ==> "/product_folder/CurrentConfig.txt"

  puts "importing Testerconfig #{testconfigname}..."
  slotnum = Struct.new(:slot, :instrument, :idprom)
  @testerconfig[testconfigname] ||= {}
  current_config_file = Pathname.new(fullconfigpath)
  File.open(current_config_file, 'r').each_line do |line|
    if line =~ /^\d*.0/
      (slot, blank1, instrument, blank2, idprom) = line.split(/\t/)
      if (!slot.nil?) && (!instrument.nil?) && (!idprom.nil?)
        @testerconfig[testconfigname][slot.split('.').first.to_i] = slotnum.new(slot.split('.').first.to_i, instrument, idprom.chomp)
      end
    end
  end

  @default_testerconfig ||= testconfigname  # Default TesterConfig gets set if it's not nil
end

#is_hexvs_plus(testconfigname, slot) ⇒ Object

Check if a specific HexVS supply is HexVS+ variety, which has /-2mV accuracy as opposed to /-7mV accuracy. If the specific HexVS is HexVS+ variety, returns a “+” string, otherwise nil.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 174

def is_hexvs_plus(testconfigname, slot)
  if @testerconfig[testconfigname][slot][:instrument].to_s == 'HexVS'
    @productnum = @testerconfig[testconfigname][slot][:idprom].split(' ')[0]
    if (@productnum.include?('974-294-')) && (@productnum.split('-')[2].to_i >= 20)
      return '+'
    end
  end
  nil  # if nothing matched
end

#is_vhdvs_hc(chanmapname, pinname, sitenum) ⇒ Object

Check if a specific VHDVS (UVS256) channel assignment is _HC variety (high-current) If the specific VHDVS channel is _HC variety, returns a “_HC” string, otherwise nil.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 199

def is_vhdvs_hc(chanmapname, pinname, sitenum)
  if sitenum <= @max_site
    if @channelmap[chanmapname][sitenum][pinname].channel.downcase.include?('hc')
      return '_HC'
    end
  end
  nil  # if nothing matched
end

#is_vhdvs_plus(testconfigname, slot) ⇒ Object

Check if a specific VHDVS (UVS256) supply is High-Accuracy (HA) variety, which has /-5mV0.1%*SUPPLY accuracy as opposed to /-10mV0.1%*SUPPLY accuracy. If the specific VHDVS is of High-Accuracy variety, returns a “+” string, otherwise nil.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 187

def is_vhdvs_plus(testconfigname, slot)
  if @testerconfig[testconfigname][slot][:instrument].to_s == 'VHDVS'
    @productnum = @testerconfig[testconfigname][slot][:idprom].split(' ')[0]
    # binding.pry
    if (@productnum.include?('805-052-')) && (@productnum.split('-')[2].to_i >= 05)
      return '+'
    end
  end
  nil  # if nothing matched
end

#label(name, global = false) ⇒ Object

Apply a label to the pattern.

No additional vector is generated. Arguments:

  name : label name
global : (optional) whether to apply global label, default=false

Examples

$tester.label("something_significant")
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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 594

def label(name, global = false)
  global_opt = (global) ? 'global ' : ''
  microcode global_opt + name + ':' unless @inhibit_vectors
end

#local_subroutinesObject

Returns an array of subroutines created by the current pattern


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 780

def local_subroutines # :nodoc:
  @local_subroutines ||= []
end

#loop_vectors(name, number_of_loops, global = false, label_first = false) ⇒ Object Also known as: loop_vector

Add loop to the pattern.

Pass in a name for the loop and the number of times to execute it, all vectors generated by the given block will be captured in the loop.

Optional arguments: global - whether to apply global label (default=false)

label_first - whether to apply loop label before loop vector or not

Examples

$tester.loop_vectors("pulse_loop", 3) do   # Do this 3 times...
    $tester.cycle
    some_other_method_to_generate_vectors
end

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 637

def loop_vectors(name, number_of_loops, global = false, label_first = false)
  if number_of_loops > 1
    @loop_counters ||= {}
    if @loop_counters[name]
      @loop_counters[name] += 1
    else
      @loop_counters[name] = 0
    end
    loop_name = @loop_counters[name] == 0 ? name : "#{name}_#{@loop_counters[name]}"
    if label_first
      global_opt = (global) ? 'global ' : ''
      microcode "#{global_opt}#{loop_name}: "
    end
    cycle(microcode: "loopA #{number_of_loops}")
    unless label_first
      global_opt = (global) ? 'global ' : ''
      cycle(microcode: "#{global_opt}#{loop_name}: ")
    end
    yield
    cycle(microcode: "end_loopA #{loop_name}")
  else
    yield
  end
end

#mask_fails(setclr) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 999

def mask_fails(setclr)
  @mask_vector = setclr
end

#match(pin, state, timeout, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Generates a match loop on up to two pins.

This method is not really intended to be called directly, rather you should call via Tester#wait e.g. $tester.wait(:match => true).

The timeout should be provided in cycles, however when called via the wait method the time-based helpers (time_in_us, etc) will be converted to cycles for you. The following options are available to tailor the match loop behavior, defaults in parenthesis:

  • :pin - The pin object to match on (required)

  • :state - The pin state to match on, :low or :high (required)

  • :pin2 (nil) - Optionally supply a second pin to match on

  • :state2 (nil) - State for the second pin (required if :pin2 is supplied)

  • :check_for_fails (false) - Flushes the pipeline and handshakes with the tester (passing readcode 100) prior to the match (to allow binout of fails encountered before the match)

  • :force_fail_on_timeout (true) - Force a vector mis-compare if the match loop times out

  • :on_timeout_goto (“”) - Optionally supply a label to branch to on timeout, by default will continue from the end of the match loop

  • :on_pin_match_goto (“”) - Optionally supply a label to branch to when pin 1 matches, by default will continue from the end of the match loop

  • :on_pin2_match_goto (“”) - Optionally supply a label to branch to when pin 2 matches, by default will continue from the end of the match loop

  • :multiple_entries (false) - Supply an integer to generate multiple entries into the match (each with a unique readcode), this can be useful when debugging patterns with multiple matches

  • :force_fail_on_timeout (true) - force pattern to fail if timeout occurs

  • :global_loops (false) - whether match loop loops should use global labels

  • :manual_stop (false) - whether to use extra cpuB flag to resolve IG-XL v.3.50.xx bug where VBT clears cpuA immediately

    at start of PatFlagFunc instead of at end.  Use will have to manually clear cpuB to resume this pattern.
    

Examples

$tester.wait(:match => true, :time_in_us => 5000, :pin => $top.pin(:done), :state => :high)

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 515

def match(pin, state, timeout, options = {})
  options = {
    check_for_fails:       false,
    on_timeout_goto:       false,
    pin2:                  false,
    state2:                false,
    on_pin_match_goto:     false,
    multiple_entries:      false,
    force_fail_on_timeout: true,
    global_loops:          false,
    manual_stop:           false,
    clr_fail_post_match:   false
  }.merge(options)
  options[:on_block_match_goto] ||= options.delete(:on_pin_match_goto)

  match_block(timeout, options) do |match_conditions, fail_conditions|
    # Define match conditions
    match_conditions.add do
      state == :low ? pin.expect_lo : pin.expect_hi
      cc "Check if #{pin.name} is #{state == :low ? 'low' : 'high'}"
      cycle
      pin.dont_care
    end

    if options[:pin2]
      match_conditions.add do
        state == :low ? pin.expect_hi : pin.expect_lo
        options[:state2] == :low ? options[:pin2].expect_lo : options[:pin2].expect_hi
        cc "Check if #{options[:pin2].name} is #{options[:state2] == :low ? 'low' : 'high'}"
        cycle
        options[:pin2].dont_care
        pin.dont_care
      end
    end

    # Define fail conditions
    fail_conditions.add do
      state == :low ? pin.expect_lo : pin.expect_hi
      cc "Check if #{pin.name} is #{state == :low ? 'low' : 'high'}"
      if options[:pin2]
        options[:state2] == :low ? options[:pin2].expect_lo : options[:pin2].expect_hi
        cc "Check if #{options[:pin2].name} is #{options[:state2] == :low ? 'low' : 'high'}"
      end
      cycle
      pin.dont_care
      options[:pin2].dont_care if options[:pin2]
    end
  end
end

#memory_test(options = {}) ⇒ Object

  • J750 Specific *

Generates a single MTO opcode line for J750

Codes implemented: xa load_preset, xa inc, ya load_preset, ya inc, stv_m0, stv_m1, stv_c


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 416

def memory_test(options = {})
  options = {
    gen_vector:          true,                 # Default generate vector not just MTO opcode
    init_counter_x:      false,            # initialize counter X
    inc_counter_x:       false,             # increment counter X
    init_counter_y:      false,            # initialize counter X
    inc_counter_y:       false,             # increment counter X
    capture_vector:      false,            # capture vector to memory using all mem types
    capture_vector_mem0: false,       # capture vector to memory type 0, here for J750 will be stv_m0
    capture_vector_mem1: false,       # capture vector to memory type 1, here for J750 will be stv_m1
    capture_vector_mem2: false,       # capture vector to memory type 2, here for J750 will be stv_c
    pin:                 false,                       # pin on which to drive or expect data, pass pin object here!
    pin_data:            false,                  # pin data (:none, :drive, :expect)
  }.merge(options)

  mto_opcode = ''

  if options[:init_counter_x]
    mto_opcode += ' xa load_preset'
  end
  if options[:inc_counter_x]
    mto_opcode += ' xa inc'
  end
  if options[:init_counter_y]
    mto_opcode += ' ya load_preset'
  end
  if options[:inc_counter_y]
    mto_opcode += ' ya inc'
  end
  if options[:capture_vector]
    mto_opcode += ' stv_m0 stv_m1 stv_c'
  end
  if options[:capture_vector_mem0]
    mto_opcode += ' stv_m0'
  end
  if options[:capture_vector_mem1]
    mto_opcode += ' stv_m1'
  end
  if options[:capture_vector_mem2]
    mto_opcode += ' stv_c'
  end

  unless mto_opcode.eql?('')
    mto_opcode = '(mto:' + mto_opcode + ')'
  end

  if options[:gen_vector]
    if options[:pin]
      case options[:pin_data]
        when :drive
          # store current pin state
          cur_pin_state = options[:pin].state.to_sym
          options[:pin].drive_mem
        when :expect
          # store current pin state
          cur_pin_state = options[:pin].state.to_sym
          options[:pin].expect_mem
      end
    end
    cycle(microcode: "#{mto_opcode}")
    if options[:pin]
      # restore previous pin state
      case options[:pin_data]
        when :drive
          options[:pin].state = cur_pin_state
        when :expect
          options[:pin].state = cur_pin_state
      end
    end
  else
    microcode "#{mto_opcode}"
  end
end

#merged_channels(chanmapname, pinname, sitenum) ⇒ Object

Check if a specific pin for a given channelmap for a given site number is using merged channel. If yes, return x2 for Merged2, x4 for Merged4, etc. If no, return nil.


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def merged_channels(chanmapname, pinname, sitenum)
  if sitenum <= @max_site
    if @channelmap[chanmapname][sitenum][pinname].type.include?('Merged')
      @merged_channels = @channelmap[chanmapname][sitenum][pinname].type.split('Merged')[1]
      return 'x' + @merged_channels
    end
  else
    return nil
  end
end

#overlay_style_warn(overlay_str, options) ⇒ Object

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 907

def overlay_style_warn(overlay_str, options)
  Origen.log.warn("Unrecognized overlay style :#{@overlay_style}, defaulting to subroutine")
  Origen.log.warn('Available overlay styles :label, :global_label, :subroutine') if j750? || j750_hpt?
  Origen.log.warn('Available overlay styles :digsrc, :digsrc_subroutine, :label, :global_label, :subroutine') if ultraflex?
  subroutine_overlay(overlay_str, options)
  @overlay_style = :subroutine		# Just give 1 warning
end

#parser(prog_dir = Origen.config.test_program_output_directory) ⇒ Object

Main accessor to all content parsed from existing test program sheets found in the supplied directory or in Origen.config.test_program_output_directory


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def parser(prog_dir = Origen.config.test_program_output_directory)
  unless prog_dir
    fail 'You must supply the directory containing the test program sheets, or define it via Origen.config.test_program_output_directory'
  end
  @parser ||= IGXLBasedTester::Parser.new
  @parsed_dir ||= false
  if @parsed_dir != prog_dir
    @parser.parse(prog_dir)
    @parsed_dir = prog_dir
  end
  @parser
end

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def pattern_footer(options = {})
  options = {
    subroutine_pat: false,
    end_in_ka:      false,
    end_with_halt:  false,
    end_module:     true
  }.merge(options)
  $tester.align_to_last
  # cycle(:microcode => "#{$dut.end_of_pattern_label}:") if $dut.end_of_pattern_label
  if options[:end_in_ka]
    keep_alive(options)
  else
    if options[:end_with_halt]
      $tester.cycle microcode: 'halt'
    else
      if options[:end_module]
        $tester.cycle microcode: 'end_module' unless options[:subroutine_pat]
      else
        $tester.cycle
      end
    end
  end
  microcode '}'
end

#pattern_header(options = {}) {|pin_list| ... } ⇒ Object

An internal method called by Origen Pattern Create to create the pattern header

Yields:

  • (pin_list)

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 664

def pattern_header(options = {})
  options = {
    instruments:    {},            # Provide instruments here if desired as a hash (e.g. "mto" => "dgen_2bit")
    subroutine_pat: false,
    svm_only:       true,          # Whether 'svm_only' can be specified
    group:          false,            # If true the end pattern is intended to run within a pattern group
    high_voltage:   false,         # Supply a pin name here to declare it as an HV instrument (not yet defined)
    freq_counter:   false,     # Supply a pin name here to declare it as a frequency counter
    memory_test:    false,      # If true, define 2-bit MTO DGEN as instrument
  }.merge(options)

  if level_period?
    microcode "import tset #{min_period_timeset.name};"
  else
    called_timesets.each do |timeset|
      microcode "import tset #{timeset.name};"
    end
  end
  unless options[:group]    # Withhold imports for pattern groups, is this correct?
    called_subroutines.each do |sub_name|
      # Don't import any called subroutines that are declared in the current pattern
      microcode "import svm_subr #{sub_name};" unless local_subroutines.include?(sub_name)
    end
  end

  # If memory test, then add to instruments hash
  if options[:memory_test]
    options[:instruments].merge!('mto' => 'dgen_2bit')
  end

  if options[:svm_only]
    microcode "svm_only_file = #{options[:subroutine_pat] ? 'yes' : 'no'};"
  end

  microcode "opcode_mode = #{@opcode_mode};"
  microcode "digital_inst = #{options[:digital_inst]};" if options[:digital_inst]
  microcode 'compressed = yes;' # if $dut.gzip_patterns
  if tester.j750? && options[:freq_counter]
    # pin setup type => freq_counter is only for the J750.
    # UltraFLEX has frequency counter capability behind every pin.
    # need to make sure the pin_setup freq_count is defined after opcode_mode extended since freq count only work in extended mode
    if @opcode_mode == :extended
      microcode "pin_setup = {#{options[:freq_counter]} freq_count;}"
    else
      fail 'pin_setup freq_count can only work in extended mode'
    end
  end

  # Take care of any instruments
  options[:instruments] = options[:instruments].merge(@pushed_instrument_configs)
  if options[:instruments].length > 0
    microcode 'instruments = {'
    options[:instruments].each do |pins, instrument|
      if "#{pins}" == 'nil'
        microcode "               #{instrument};"
      elsif instrument == 'digsrc'
        microcode "               #{pins}:#{instrument} #{options[:digsrc_width]}:#{options[:digsrc_bit_order]}:#{options[:digsrc_mode]}:format=#{options[:digsrc_format]}:#{options[:digsrc_site_uniqueness]}:#{options[:digsrc_auto_cond]};"
      elsif instrument == 'digcap'
        microcode "               #{pins}:#{instrument} #{options[:digcap_width]}:#{options[:digcap_bit_order]}:#{options[:digcap_mode]}:format=#{options[:digcap_format]}:data_type=#{options[:digcap_data_type]}:#{options[:digcap_auto_cond]}:#{options[:digcap_auto_trig_enable]}:#{options[:digcap_store_stv]}:#{options[:digcap_receive_data]};"
      else
        microcode "               #{pins}:#{instrument};"
      end
    end
    microcode '}'
  end

  options[:high_voltage] = @use_hv_pin
  microcode "pin_setup = {#{options[:high_voltage]} high_voltage;}" if options[:high_voltage]
  microcode ''

  pin_list = ordered_pins.map(&:name).join(', ')

  # here indicate pattern header specific stuff
  yield pin_list
  if ordered_pins.size > 0
    max_pin_name_length = ordered_pins.map(&:name).max { |a, b| a.length <=> b.length }.length
    pin_widths = ordered_pins.map { |p| p.size - 1 }

    max_pin_name_length.times do |i|
      cc((' ' * 93) + ordered_pins.map.with_index { |p, x| ((p.name[i] || ' ') + ' ' * pin_widths[x]).gsub('_', '-') }.join(' '))
    end
  end
end

#push_instrument(pin_spec, instrument_def) ⇒ Object

Similar to push_microcode, but for the instrument statement in the pattern header

Examples:

tester.push_instrument 'SAR_IN_1', 'UltraSource'
# results in the below line added
# instruments = {
#      SAR_IN_1:UltraSource;
# }

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 1011

def push_instrument(pin_spec, instrument_def)
  @pushed_instrument_configs[pin_spec] = instrument_def
end

#push_microcode(code) ⇒ Object Also known as: microcode

Override this to force the formatting to match the v1 J750 model (easier diffs)


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 804

def push_microcode(code) # :nodoc:
  stage.store(code.ljust(65) + ''.ljust(31)) unless @inhibit_vectors
end

#remove_store_from_vector(vector) ⇒ Object

This method is part of a private API. You should avoid using this method if possible, as it may be removed or be changed in the future.


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 316

def remove_store_from_vector(vector)
  super
  vector.microcode = nil
end

#repeat_previousObject

All vectors generated with the supplied block will have all pins set to the repeat previous state. Any pins that are changed state within the block will still update to the supplied value.

Example

# All pins except invoke will be assigned the repeat previous code
# in the generated vector. On completion of the block they will
# return to their previous state, except for invoke which will
# retain the value assigned within the block.
$tester.repeat_previous do
    $top.pin(:invoke).drive(1)
    $tester.cycle
end

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 821

def repeat_previous
  pinmap = Origen.pin_bank.pins
  pinmap.each { |id, pin| pin.repeat_previous = true }
  yield
  pinmap.each { |id, pin| pin.repeat_previous = false }
end

#set_code(code) ⇒ Object

  • J750 Specific *

Set a readcode.

Use the set an explicit readcode for communicating with the tester. This method will generate an additional vector.

Examples

$tester.set_code(55)

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 608

def set_code(code)
  cycle(microcode: "set_code #{code}")
end

#set_flag(options = {}) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 845

def set_flag(options = {})
  options = { flagnum: 4,      # default flag to use
          }.merge(options)

  if options[:flagnum] > @flags.length
    abort "ERROR! Invalid flag value passed to 'set_flag' method!\n"
  end
  flagname = @flags[options[:flagnum] - 1]
  update_vector(microcode: "#{@microcode[:set_flag]}(#{flagname})")
end

#start_subroutine(name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Start a subroutine.

Generates a global subroutine label. Global is used to adhere to the best practice of containing all subroutines in dedicated patterns, e.g. global_subs.atp

Examples

$tester.start_subroutine("wait_for_done")
< generate your subroutine vectors here >
$tester.end_subroutine

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 354

def start_subroutine(name, options = {})
  unless @inhibit_vectors
    local_subroutines << name.to_s.chomp unless local_subroutines.include?(name.to_s.chomp) || @inhibit_vectors
    if $tester.ultraflex? && (name =~ /keep_?alive/ || options[:keep_alive])
      microcode "keepalive subr #{name}:"
    else
      microcode "global subr #{name}:"
    end
  end
end

#store(*pins) ⇒ Object Also known as: to_hram, capture

Capture a vector to the tester HRAM.

This method applies a store vector (stv) opcode to the previous vector, note that is does not actually generate a new vector.

Sometimes when generating vectors within a loop you may want to apply a stv opcode retrospectively to a previous vector, passing in an offset option will allow you to do this.

On J750 the pins argument is ignored since the tester only supports whole vector capture.

Examples:

$tester.cycle                # This is the vector you want to capture
$tester.store                # This applies the STV opcode

$tester.cycle                # This one gets stored
$tester.cycle
$tester.cycle
$tester.store(:offset => -2) # Just realized I need to capture that earlier vector

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 282

def store(*pins)
  options = pins.last.is_a?(Hash) ? pins.pop : {}
  options = { offset: 0
            }.merge(options)
  update_vector microcode: 'stv', offset: options[:offset]
  last_vector(options[:offset]).contains_capture = true unless @inhibit_vectors
end

#store_next_cycle(*pins) ⇒ Object Also known as: store!

Capture the next vector generated to HRAM

This method applies a store vector (stv) opcode to the next vector to be generated, note that is does not actually generate a new vector.

On J750 the pins argument is ignored since the tester only supports whole vector capture.

Examples:

$tester.store_next_cycle
$tester.cycle                # This is the vector that will be captured

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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 302

def store_next_cycle(*pins)
  options = pins.last.is_a?(Hash) ? pins.pop : {}
  options = {
  }.merge(options)

  unless @inhibit_vectors
    preset_next_vector microcode: 'stv' do |vector|
      vector.contains_capture = true
    end
  end
end

#subroutine_overlay(sub_name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Implement subroutine overlay, called by tester.cycle


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# File 'lib/origen_testers/igxl_based_tester/base.rb', line 1016

def subroutine_overlay(sub_name, options = {})
  if @overlay_subr != sub_name
    # unless last staged vector already has the subr call do the following
    i = -1
    i -= 1 until stage.bank[i].is_a?(OrigenTesters::Vector)
    if stage.bank[i].microcode !~ /call #{sub_name}/

      # check for repeat on new last vector, unroll 1 if needed
      if stage.bank[i].repeat > 1
        v = OrigenTesters::Vector.new
        v.pin_vals = stage.bank[i].pin_vals
        v.timeset = stage.bank[i].timeset
        stage.bank[i].repeat -= 1
        stage.store(v)
        i = -1
      end

      # mark last vector as dont_compress
      stage.bank[i].dont_compress = true
      # insert subroutine call
      call_subroutine sub_name
    end # if microcode not placed
    @overlay_subr = sub_name
  end

  # stage = sub_name
end