Symbol and Part Libraries
Bartels AutoEngineer® - Symbol and Part Libraries documentation contains detailed information about the symbol and part libraries provided with the
Bartels AutoEngineer CAE/CAD/CAM design system.
The reader should be familiar with the use of the
Bartels AutoEngineer software ist symbol and part library database concept.
Kindly note the
Copyright before making use of the information provided with this documentation or applying the herein described products. The reader should also be familiar with the
Conventions used throughout this documentation.
Organization of this Documentation
|provides some general information about the Bartels AutoEngineer symbol and parts libraries and lists the symbol and part library files provided with the Bartels AutoEngineer.
|provides detailed contents and reference tables for the Bartels AutoEngineer SCM symbol libraries.
|provides detailed contents and reference tables for the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB layout and footprint symbol libraries.
Bartels AutoEngineer® - Installation Guide describes the
Bartels AutoEngineer configurations and system requirements and provides detailed
Bartels AutoEngineer installation instructions for all supported hardware and software platforms.
The Bartels AutoEngineer® - User Manual describes in detail how to use the Bartels AutoEngineer CAE/CAD/CAM design system. The following main topics are covered by this manual:
- Introduction: System Architecture, general Operating Instructions, Design Database
- Circuit Design (CAE), Schematic Editor
- Netlist Processing, Forward and Backward Annotation
- PCB Design and manufacturing data processing (CAD/CAM), Layout Editor, Autoplacement, Autorouting, CAM Processor, CAM View
- IC/ASIC Design, Chip Editor for interactive IC mask layout, Cell Placer and Cell Router for place & route, GDS and CIF import and export
- Neural Rule System
- Utility Programs
The Bartels User Language - Programmer's Guide describes how to use the Bartels User Language in Bartels AutoEngineer, i.e., how it is integrated to the Bartels AutoEngineer EDA system and how it can be applied. The following main topics are covered by this manual:
- Basic concepts and description of the Bartels User Language
- The Bartels User Language programming system:
User Language Compiler and User Language Interpreter
- User Language example source code listings, short information on the User Language programs supplied with the Bartels AutoEngineer
- Special data types defined for accessing Bartels AutoEngineer design data
- User Language system function reference
Problems, Questions, Suggestions
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Bartels User Language by introducing new or improving existing functions. Please do not hesitate to contact
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The reader should be familiar with the following notations used throughout the
Bartels AutoEngineer documentation:
|pointing device (mouse, trackball, etc.) to be used for moving the menu and graphic cursors as well as for selecting functions
|menu field on the right top of the screen for displaying system status messages
|function menu permanently available in the upper right screen area used for selecting a subordinate function menu
|function menu in the lower right screen area currently selected from main menu
|subordinate function menu in the lower right screen area activated intermediately whilst using another menu function
|workarea for graphic interaction in the upper left screen area
|lower left screen line used for displaying system status messages and for performing interactive user queries
|rectangle-shaped cursor for selecting a menu function
|cross-shaped cursor in the graphic workarea (crosshairs)
|user query in the status line
|menu optionally displayed on top of the graphic workarea for selecting function-specific objects or for activating menu-specific functions
|selectable popup menu entry for choosing a certain menu element or for activating a menu-specific function
|move menu cursor to a function of the currently active function menu
|hitting the mouse button
|select an object to be manipulated using the graphic cursor
|move an element to a certain position in the graphic workarea
|select an element to be manipulated or a function to be executed by pressing the mouse button
|confirm the execution of a function verified by user query
The following acronyms are used throughout the Bartels AutoEngineer documentation:
|acronym for identifying the Bartels AutoEngineer EDA software
|acronym for the Bartels AutoEngineer IC/ASIC design system optionally included with workstation-based BAE configurations
|acronym for the Schematic Editor program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer circuit design system
|acronym for the graphical PCB Layout Editor program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB design system
|acronym for the Autoplacement program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB design system
|acronym for the Autorouter program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB design system
|acronym for the advanced Neural Autorouter program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB design system
|acronym for the CAM Processor program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB design system
|acronym for the CAM View program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer PCB design system
|acronym for the Chip Editor program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer IC/ASIC design system
|acronym for the Cell Placement program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer IC/ASIC design system
|acronym for the Cell Router program module of the Bartels AutoEngineer IC/ASIC design system
|acronym for the Bartels User Language programming language
|acronym for the Bartels User Language Compiler
|acronym for the Bartels User Language Interpreter
Unless otherwise mentioned, the following symbolic conventions are used throughout the Bartels AutoEngineer documentation:
|Lineprint font represents text output generated by the system.
|Boldfaced words or characters in format or command descriptions represent topic definitions or syntactic terminals, i.e., commands or keywords to be inserted directly.
|Emphasized text is used for optical accentuation.
|Double quotes denote names and/or path names or enclose characters and/or character sequences directly to be inserted.
|Square brackets enclose optional items in format or command descriptions.
|Braces enclose a list of items in format or command description, from which one has to be chosen.
|A vertical bar separates items in a list of choices.
|Angle brackets enclose the logical name of a key on the keyboard. In format or command descriptions, angle brackets enclose values to be supplied.
|Boldfaced greater signs in lineprint font are used for denoting prompts on operating system level.
|Horizontal ellipsis points indicate either optional repetition of the preceding element in format or command descriptions or absence of irrelevant parts of a figure or example.
|Vertical ellipsis points indicate absence of irrelevant parts of a figure, an example or a format or command description.
|Any Mouse Button (MB)
|Left Mouse Button (LMB)
|Middle Mouse Button (MMB)
|Right Mouse Button (RMB)
|Keyboard (input) - Return/Enter key (CR)
|a b ...
|Keyboard (input) - standard key(s)
|F1 F2 ...
|Keyboard (input) - function key(s)
|File or directory path name.
|Topic definitions or syntactic terminals, i.e., commands or keywords to be inserted directly.
|BAE/system status or error message display.
|Bartels AutoEngineer menu.
|Bartels AutoEngineer menu function.
|Bartels AutoEngineer menu option.
|Bartels AutoEngineer (popup) menu button.
|(Hypertext link to) Bartels User Language include file.
|(Hypertext link to) Bartels User Language program description.
|(Hypertext link to) Bartels User Language program source file.
|(Hypertext link to) Bartels User Language system function description.
|(Hypertext link to) Bartels User Language index type description.
|(Hypertext link to) Bartels AutoEngineer utility program description.
|New features which are made available with regular (weekly) software updates/builds are highlighted in the online documentation.
The character sequences mentioned above may regain original meaning when used in programming languages, interpreter languages, specification languages, syntax description languages, etc.
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Bartels AutoEngineer® - Symbol and Part Libraries
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