Pepijn de Vos

10/13/2020, 3:31 PM
@User: SkyWater has a "built-in" ".option scale 1e-6" in the model files for the process, which means that all dimensions are automatically in units of microns; e.g., "w=1" means a 1 micron width. But magic (like a number of tools) wants to output dimensions with a "u" at the end, and scale things to microns itself. My (definitely somewhat kludgy) workaround for this was to multiply the dimensions up by 1E6 in magic, so that "W=1.0E6u" would then come out to 1 micron. My preferred solution is to get rid of the .option scale in the model files, but that's a lot easier said than done. Posted in #sky130