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#!/usr/bin/env python3
#
#--------------------------------------------------------
# Open Galaxy Project Manager GUI.
#
# This is a Python tkinter script that handles local
# project management. It is meant as a replacement for
# appsel_zenity.sh
#
#--------------------------------------------------------
# Written by Tim Edwards
# efabless, inc.
# September 9, 2016
# Modifications 2017, 2018
# Version 1.0
#--------------------------------------------------------
import sys
# Require python 3.5.x (and not python 3.6.x). Without this trap here, in several
# instances of VMs where /usr/bin/python3 symlinked to 3.6.x by mistake, it manifests
# as (misleading) errors like: ImportError: No module named 'yaml'
#
# '%x' % sys.hexversion -> '30502f0'
import tkinter
from tkinter import ttk, StringVar, Listbox, END
from tkinter import filedialog
# globals
theProg = sys.argv[0]
root = tkinter.Tk() # WARNING: must be exactly one instance of Tk; don't call again elsewhere
# 4 configurations based on booleans: splash,defer
# n,n: no splash, show only form when completed: LEGACY MODE, user confused by visual lag.
# n,y: no splash but defer projLoad: show an empty form ASAP
# y,n: yes splash, and wait for projLoad before showing completed form
# y,y: yes splash, but also defer projLoad: show empty form ASAP
# deferLoad = False # LEGACY: no splash, and wait for completed form
# doSplash = False
deferLoad = True # True: display GUI before (slow) loading of projects, so no splash:
doSplash = not deferLoad # splash IFF GUI-construction includes slow loading of projects
# deferLoad = False # load projects before showing form, so need splash:
# doSplash = not deferLoad # splash IFF GUI-construction includes slow loading of projects
# deferLoad = True # here keep splash also, despite also deferred-loading
# doSplash = True
#------------------------------------------------------
# Splash screen: display ASAP: BEFORE bulk of imports.
#------------------------------------------------------
class SplashScreen(tkinter.Toplevel):
"""Project Management Splash Screen"""
def __init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs):
super().__init__(parent, *args, **kwargs)
parent.withdraw()
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
#image = tkinter.PhotoImage(file="/ef/efabless/opengalaxy/og_splashscreen50.gif")
label = ttk.Label(self, image=image)
label.pack()
# required to make window show before the program gets to the mainloop
self.update_idletasks()
import faulthandler
import signal
# SplashScreen here. fyi: there's a 2nd/later __main__ section for main app
splash = None # a global
if __name__ == '__main__':
faulthandler.register(signal.SIGUSR2)
if doSplash:
splash = SplashScreen(root)
import io
import os
import re
import json
import yaml
import shutil
import tarfile
import datetime
import subprocess
import contextlib
import tempfile
import glob
import tksimpledialog
import tooltip
from rename_project import rename_project_all
#from fix_libdirs import fix_libdirs
from consoletext import ConsoleText
from helpwindow import HelpWindow
from treeviewchoice import TreeViewChoice
from symbolbuilder import SymbolBuilder
from make_icon_from_soft import create_symbol
from profile import Profile
import config
# Global name for design directory
designdir = 'design'
# Global name for import directory
importdir = 'import'
# Global name for cloudv directory
cloudvdir = 'cloudv'
# Global name for archived imports project sub-directory
archiveimportdir = 'imported'
# Global name for current design file
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
currdesign = '~/.open_pdks/currdesign'
prefsfile = '~/.open_pdks/prefs.json'
#---------------------------------------------------------------
# Watch a directory for modified time change. Repeat every two
# seconds. Call routine callback() if a change occurs
#---------------------------------------------------------------
class WatchClock(object):
def __init__(self, parent, path, callback, interval=2000, interval0=None):
self.parent = parent
self.callback = callback
self.path = path
self.interval = interval
if interval0 != None:
self.interval0 = interval0
self.restart(first=True)
else:
self.interval0 = interval
self.restart()
def query(self):
for entry in self.path:
statbuf = os.stat(entry)
if statbuf.st_mtime > self.reftime:
self.callback()
self.restart()
return
self.timer = self.parent.after(self.interval, self.query)
def stop(self):
self.parent.after_cancel(self.timer)
# if first: optionally use different (typically shorter) interval, AND DON'T
# pre-record watched-dir mtime-s (which forces the callback on first timer fire)
def restart(self, first=False):
self.reftime = 0
if not first:
for entry in self.path:
statbuf = os.stat(entry)
if statbuf.st_mtime > self.reftime:
self.reftime = statbuf.st_mtime
self.timer = self.parent.after(self.interval0 if first and self.interval0 != None else self.interval, self.query)
#------------------------------------------------------
# Dialog for generating a new layout
#------------------------------------------------------
class NewLayoutDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed=''):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
self.l1prefs = tkinter.IntVar(master)
self.l1prefs.set(1)
ttk.Checkbutton(master, text='Populate new layout from netlist',
variable = self.l1prefs).grid(row = 2, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'enws')
return self
def apply(self):
return self.l1prefs.get
#------------------------------------------------------
# Simple dialog for entering project names
#------------------------------------------------------
class ProjectNameDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed=''):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
ttk.Label(master, text='Enter new project name:').grid(row = 1, column = 0, sticky = 'wns')
self.nentry = ttk.Entry(master)
self.nentry.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.nentry.insert(0, seed)
return self.nentry # initial focus
def apply(self):
return self.nentry.get()
class PadFrameCellNameDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed=''):
description='PadFrame' # TODO: make this an extra optional parameter of a generic CellNameDialog?
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
if description:
description = description + " "
else:
description = ""
ttk.Label(master, text=("Enter %scell name:" %(description))).grid(row = 1, column = 0, sticky = 'wns')
self.nentry = ttk.Entry(master)
self.nentry.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.nentry.insert(0, seed)
return self.nentry # initial focus
def apply(self):
return self.nentry.get()
#------------------------------------------------------
# Dialog for copying projects. Includes checkbox
# entries for preferences.
#------------------------------------------------------
class CopyProjectDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed=''):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
ttk.Label(master, text="Enter new project name:").grid(row = 1, column = 0, sticky = 'wns')
self.nentry = ttk.Entry(master)
self.nentry.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.nentry.insert(0, seed)
self.elprefs = tkinter.IntVar(master)
self.elprefs.set(0)
ttk.Checkbutton(master, text='Copy electric preferences (not recommended)',
variable = self.elprefs).grid(row = 2, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'enws')
self.spprefs = tkinter.IntVar(master)
self.spprefs.set(0)
ttk.Checkbutton(master, text='Copy ngspice folder (not recommended)',
variable = self.spprefs).grid(row = 3, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'enws')
return self.nentry # initial focus
def apply(self):
# Return a list containing the entry text and the checkbox states.
elprefs = True if self.elprefs.get() == 1 else False
spprefs = True if self.spprefs.get() == 1 else False
return [self.nentry.get(), elprefs, spprefs]
#-------------------------------------------------------
# Not-Quite-So-Simple dialog for entering a new project.
# Select a project name and a PDK from a drop-down list.
#-------------------------------------------------------
class NewProjectDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed='', importnode=None, development=False, parent_pdk=''):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
ttk.Label(master, text="Enter new project name:").grid(row = 1, column = 0)
self.nentry = ttk.Entry(master)
self.nentry.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.nentry.insert(0, seed or '') # may be None
self.pvar = tkinter.StringVar(master)
if not importnode:
# Add PDKs as found by searching /ef/tech for 'libs.tech' directories
ttk.Label(master, text="Select foundry/node:").grid(row = 2, column = 0)
else:
ttk.Label(master, text="Foundry/node:").grid(row = 2, column = 0)
self.infolabel = ttk.Label(master, text="", style = 'brown.TLabel', wraplength=250)
self.infolabel.grid(row = 3, column = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'news')
self.pdkmap = {}
self.pdkdesc = {}
self.pdkstat = {}
pdk_def = None
node_def = importnode
if not node_def:
node_def = "EFXH035B"
# use glob instead of os.walk. Don't need to recurse large PDK hier.
# TODO: stop hardwired default EFXH035B: get from an overall flow /ef/tech/.ef-config/plist.json
# (or get it from the currently selected project)
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
for pdkdir_lr in glob.glob('PREFIX/*/libs.tech/'):
pdkdir = os.path.split( os.path.split( pdkdir_lr )[0])[0] # discard final .../libs.tech/
(foundry, foundry_name, node, desc, status) = ProjectManager.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
if not foundry or not node:
continue
key = foundry + '/' + node
self.pdkmap[key] = pdkdir
self.pdkdesc[key] = desc
self.pdkstat[key] = status
if node == node_def and not pdk_def:
pdk_def = key
# Quick hack: sorting puts EFXH035A before EFXH035LEGACY. However, some
# ranking is needed.
pdklist = sorted( self.pdkmap.keys())
if not pdklist:
raise ValueError( "assertion failed, no available PDKs found")
pdk_def = (pdk_def or pdklist[0])
if parent_pdk != '':
pdk_def = parent_pdk
self.pvar.set(pdk_def)
# Restrict list to single entry if importnode was non-NULL and
# is in the PDK list (OptionMenu is replaced by a simple label)
# Otherwise, restrict the list to entries having an "status"
# entry equal to "active". This allows some legacy PDKs to be
# disabled for creating new projects (but available for projects
# that already have them).
if importnode or parent_pdk != '':
self.pdkselect = ttk.Label(master, text = pdk_def, style='blue.TLabel')
else:
pdkactive = list(item for item in pdklist if self.pdkstat[item] == 'active')
if development:
pdkactive.extend(list(item for item in pdklist if self.pdkstat[item] == 'development'))
self.pdkselect = ttk.OptionMenu(master, self.pvar, pdk_def, *pdkactive,
style='blue.TMenubutton', command=self.show_info)
self.pdkselect.grid(row = 2, column = 1)
self.show_info(0)
return self.nentry # initial focus
def show_info(self, args):
key = str(self.pvar.get())
desc = self.pdkdesc[key]
if desc == '':
self.infolabel.config(text='(no description available)')
else:
self.infolabel.config(text=desc)
def apply(self):
return self.nentry.get(), self.pdkmap[ str(self.pvar.get()) ] # Note converts StringVar to string
#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Not-Quite-So-Simple dialog for selecting an existing project.
# Select a project name from a drop-down list. This could be
# replaced by simply using the selected (current) project.
#----------------------------------------------------------------
class ExistingProjectDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, plist, seed, warning='Enter name of existing project to import into:'):
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
# Alphebetize list
plist.sort()
# Add projects
self.pvar = tkinter.StringVar(master)
self.pvar.set(plist[0])
ttk.Label(master, text='Select project:').grid(row = 1, column = 0)
self.projectselect = ttk.OptionMenu(master, self.pvar, plist[0], *plist, style='blue.TMenubutton')
self.projectselect.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
# pack version (below) hangs. Don't know why, changed to grid (like ProjectNameDialog)
# self.projectselect.pack(side = 'top', fill = 'both', expand = 'true')
return self.projectselect # initial focus
def apply(self):
return self.pvar.get() # Note converts StringVar to string
#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Not-Quite-So-Simple dialog for selecting an existing ElecLib of existing project.
# Select an elecLib name from a drop-down list.
#----------------------------------------------------------------
class ExistingElecLibDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, plist, seed):
warning = "Enter name of existing Electric library to import into:"
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
# Alphebetize list
plist.sort()
# Add electric libraries
self.pvar = tkinter.StringVar(master)
self.pvar.set(plist[0])
ttk.Label(master, text="Select library:").grid(row = 1, column = 0)
self.libselect = ttk.OptionMenu(master, self.pvar, plist[0], *plist, style='blue.TMenubutton')
self.libselect.grid(row = 1, column = 1)
return self.libselect # initial focus
def apply(self):
return self.pvar.get() # Note converts StringVar to string
#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Dialog for layout, in case of multiple layout names, none of
# which matches the project name (ip-name). Method: Select a
# layout name from a drop-down list. If there is no project.json
# file, add a checkbox for creating one and seeding the ip-name
# with the name of the selected layout. Include entry for
# new layout, and for new layouts add a checkbox to import the
# layout from schematic or verilog, if a valid candidate exists.
#----------------------------------------------------------------
class EditLayoutDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, plist, seed='', ppath='', pname='', warning='', hasnet=False):
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
self.ppath = ppath
self.pname = pname
# Checkbox variable
self.confirm = tkinter.IntVar(master)
self.confirm.set(0)
# To-Do: Add checkbox for netlist import
# Alphebetize list
plist.sort()
# Add additional item for new layout
plist.append('(New layout)')
# Add layouts to list
self.pvar = tkinter.StringVar(master)
self.pvar.set(plist[0])
ttk.Label(master, text='Selected layout to edit:').grid(row = 1, column = 0)
if pname in plist:
pseed = plist.index(pname)
else:
pseed = 0
self.layoutselect = ttk.OptionMenu(master, self.pvar, plist[pseed], *plist,
style='blue.TMenubutton', command=self.handle_choice)
self.layoutselect.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
# Create an entry form and checkbox for entering a new layout name, but
# keep them unpacked unless the "(New layout)" selection is chosen.
self.layoutbox = ttk.Frame(master)
self.layoutlabel = ttk.Label(self.layoutbox, text='New layout name:')
self.layoutlabel.grid(row = 0, column = 0, sticky = 'ewns')
self.layoutentry = ttk.Entry(self.layoutbox)
self.layoutentry.grid(row = 0, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.layoutentry.insert(0, pname)
# Only allow 'makeproject' checkbox if there is no project.json file
jname = ppath + '/project.json'
if not os.path.exists(jname):
self.makeproject = ttk.Checkbutton(self.layoutbox,
text='Make default project name',
variable = self.confirm)
self.makeproject.grid(row = 2, column = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'ewns')
return self.layoutselect # initial focus
def handle_choice(self, event):
if self.pvar.get() == '(New layout)':
# Add entry and checkbox for creating ad-hoc project.json file
self.layoutbox.grid(row = 1, column = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'ewns')
else:
# Remove entry and checkbox
self.layoutbox.grid_forget()
return
def apply(self):
if self.pvar.get() == '(New layout)':
if self.confirm.get() == 1:
pname = self.pname
master.create_ad_hoc_json(self.layoutentry.get(), pname)
return self.layoutentry.get()
else:
return self.pvar.get() # Note converts StringVar to string
#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Dialog for padframe: select existing ElecLib of existing project, type in a cellName.
# Select an elecLib name from a drop-down list.
# Text field for entry of a cellName.
#----------------------------------------------------------------
class ExistingElecLibCellDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, descPre, seed='', descPost='', plist=None, seedLibNm=None, seedCellNm=''):
warning = 'Pick existing Electric library; enter cell name'
warning = (descPre or '') + ((descPre and ': ') or '') + warning + ((descPost and ' ') or '') + (descPost or '')
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
# Alphebetize list
plist.sort()
# Add electric libraries
self.pvar = tkinter.StringVar(master)
pNdx = 0
if seedLibNm and seedLibNm in plist:
pNdx = plist.index(seedLibNm)
self.pvar.set(plist[pNdx])
ttk.Label(master, text='Electric library:').grid(row = 1, column = 0, sticky = 'ens')
self.libselect = ttk.OptionMenu(master, self.pvar, plist[pNdx], *plist, style='blue.TMenubutton')
self.libselect.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'wns')
ttk.Label(master, text=('cell name:')).grid(row = 2, column = 0, sticky = 'ens')
self.nentry = ttk.Entry(master)
self.nentry.grid(row = 2, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.nentry.insert(0, seedCellNm)
return self.libselect # initial focus
def apply(self):
# return list of 2 strings: selected ElecLibName, typed-in cellName.
return [self.pvar.get(), self.nentry.get()] # Note converts StringVar to string
#------------------------------------------------------
# Simple dialog for confirming anything.
#------------------------------------------------------
class ConfirmDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
return self
def apply(self):
return 'okay'
#------------------------------------------------------
# More proactive dialog for confirming an invasive
# procedure like "delete project". Requires user to
# click a checkbox to ensure this is not a mistake.
# confirmPrompt can be overridden, default='I am sure I want to do this.'
#------------------------------------------------------
class ProtectedConfirmDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed='', confirmPrompt=None):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
self.confirm = tkinter.IntVar(master)
self.confirm.set(0)
if not confirmPrompt:
confirmPrompt='I am sure I want to do this.'
ttk.Checkbutton(master, text=confirmPrompt,
variable = self.confirm).grid(row = 1, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'enws')
return self
def apply(self):
return 'okay' if self.confirm.get() == 1 else ''
#------------------------------------------------------
# Simple dialog to say "blah is not implemented yet."
#------------------------------------------------------
class NotImplementedDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed):
if not warning:
warning = "Sorry, that feature is not implemented yet"
if warning:
warning = "Sorry, " + warning + ", is not implemented yet"
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
return self
def apply(self):
return 'okay'
#------------------------------------------------------
# (This is actually a generic confirm dialogue, no install/overwrite intelligence)
# But so far dedicated to confirming the installation of one or more files,
# with notification of which (if any) will overwrite existing files.
#
# The warning parameter is fully constructed by caller, as multiple lines as either:
# For the import of module 'blah',
# CONFIRM installation of (*: OVERWRITE existing):
# * path1
# path2
# ....
# or:
# For the import of module 'blah',
# CONFIRM installation of:
# path1
# path2
# ....
# TODO: bastardizes warning parameter as multiple lines. Implement some other way?
#------------------------------------------------------
class ConfirmInstallDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed):
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
return self
def apply(self):
return 'okay'
#------------------------------------------------------
# Dialog to import a project into the project manager
#------------------------------------------------------
class ImportDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed, parent_pdk, parent_path, project_dir):
self.badrex1 = re.compile("^\.")
self.badrex2 = re.compile(".*[/ \t\n\\\><\*\?].*")
self.projectpath = ""
self.project_pdkdir = ""
self.foundry = ""
self.node = ""
self.parentpdk = parent_pdk
self.parentpath = parent_path
self.projectdir = project_dir #folder that contains all projects
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning, wraplength=250).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
ttk.Label(master, text="Enter new project name:").grid(row = 1, column = 0)
self.entry_v = tkinter.StringVar()
self.nentry = ttk.Entry(master, textvariable = self.entry_v)
self.nentry.grid(row = 1, column = 1, sticky = 'ewns')
self.entry_v.trace('w', self.text_validate)
ttk.Button(master,
text = "Choose Project...",
command = self.browseFiles).grid(row = 3, column = 0)
self.pathlabel = ttk.Label(master, text = ("No project selected" if self.projectpath =="" else self.projectpath), style = 'red.TLabel', wraplength=300)
self.pathlabel.grid(row = 3, column = 1)
ttk.Label(master, text="Foundry/node:").grid(row = 4, column = 0)
self.pdklabel = ttk.Label(master, text="N/A", style = 'red.TLabel')
self.pdklabel.grid(row = 4, column = 1)
self.importoption = tkinter.StringVar()
self.importoption.set(("copy" if parent_pdk!='' else "link"))
self.linkbutton = ttk.Radiobutton(master, text="Make symbolic link", variable=self.importoption, value="link")
self.linkbutton.grid(row = 5, column = 0)
ttk.Radiobutton(master, text="Copy project", variable=self.importoption, value="copy").grid(row = 5, column = 1)
self.error_label = ttk.Label(master, text="", style = 'red.TLabel', wraplength=300)
self.error_label.grid(row = 6, column = 0, columnspan = 2)
self.entry_error = ttk.Label(master, text="", style = 'red.TLabel', wraplength=300)
self.entry_error.grid(row = 2, column = 0, columnspan = 2)
return self.nentry
def text_validate(self, *args):
newname = self.entry_v.get()
projectpath = ''
if self.parentpath!='':
projectpath = self.parentpath + '/subcells/' + newname
else:
projectpath = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
if ProjectManager.blacklisted( newname):
self.entry_error.configure(text = newname + ' is not allowed for a project name.')
elif newname == "":
self.entry_error.configure(text = "")
elif self.badrex1.match(newname):
self.entry_error.configure(text = 'project name may not start with "."')
elif self.badrex2.match(newname):
self.entry_error.configure(text = 'project name contains illegal characters or whitespace.')
elif os.path.exists(projectpath):
self.entry_error.configure(text = newname + ' is already a project name.')
else:
self.entry_error.configure(text = '')
return True
return False
def validate(self, *args):
return self.text_validate(self) and self.pdk_validate(self)
def browseFiles(self):
initialdir = "~/"
if os.path.isdir(self.projectpath):
initialdir = os.path.split(self.projectpath)[0]
selected_dir = filedialog.askdirectory(initialdir = initialdir, title = "Select a Project to Import",)
if os.path.isdir(str(selected_dir)):
self.error_label.configure(text = '')
self.linkbutton.configure(state="normal")
self.projectpath = selected_dir
self.pathlabel.configure(text=self.projectpath, style = 'blue.TLabel')
# Change label contents
if (self.nentry.get() == ''):
self.nentry.insert(0, os.path.split(self.projectpath)[1])
self.pdk_validate(self)
def pdk_validate(self, *args):
if not os.path.exists(self.projectpath):
self.error_label.configure(text = 'Invalid directory')
return False
if self.parentpath != "" and self.projectpath in self.parentpath:
self.error_label.configure(text = 'Cannot import a parent directory into itself.')
return False
#Find project pdk
if os.path.exists(self.projectpath + '/.config/techdir') or os.path.exists(self.projectpath + '/.ef-config/techdir'):
self.project_pdkdir = os.path.realpath(self.projectpath + ProjectManager.config_path( self.projectpath) + '/techdir')
self.foundry, foundry_name, self.node, desc, status = ProjectManager.pdkdir2fnd( self.project_pdkdir )
else:
if not os.path.exists(self.projectpath + '/info.yaml'):
self.error_label.configure(text = self.projectpath + ' does not contain an info.yaml file.')
self.project_pdkdir = ""
self.foundry = ""
self.node = ""
else:
self.project_pdkdir, self.foundry, self.node = ProjectManager.get_import_pdk( self.projectpath)
if self.project_pdkdir == "":
self.pdklabel.configure(text="Not found", style='red.TLabel')
return False
else:
if (self.parentpdk!="" and self.parentpdk != self.foundry + '/' + self.node):
self.importoption.set("copy")
self.linkbutton.configure(state="disabled")
self.error_label.configure(text = 'Warning: Parent project uses '+self.parentpdk+' instead of '+self.foundry + '/' + self.node+'. The imported project will be copied and cleaned.')
self.pdklabel.configure(text=self.foundry + '/' + self.node, style='blue.TLabel')
return True
def apply(self):
return self.nentry.get(), self.project_pdkdir, self.projectpath, self.importoption.get()
#------------------------------------------------------
# Dialog to allow users to select a flow
#------------------------------------------------------
class SelectFlowDialog(tksimpledialog.Dialog):
def body(self, master, warning, seed='', is_subproject = False):
self.wait_visibility()
if warning:
ttk.Label(master, text=warning).grid(row = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'wns')
ttk.Label(master, text="Flow:").grid(row = 1, column = 0)
project_flows = {
'Analog':'Schematic, Simulation, Layout, DRC, LVS',
'Digital':'Preparation, Synthesis, Placement, Static Timing Analysis, Routing, Post-Route STA, Migration, DRC, LVS, GDS, Cleanup',
'Mixed-Signal':'',
'Assembly':'',
}
subproject_flows = {
'Analog':'Schematic, Simulation, Layout, DRC, LVS',
'Digital':'Preparation, Synthesis, Placement, Static Timing Analysis, Routing, Post-Route STA, Migration, DRC, LVS, GDS, Cleanup',
'Mixed-Signal': '',
}
self.flows = subproject_flows if is_subproject else project_flows
self.flowvar = tkinter.StringVar(master, value = 'Analog')
self.infolabel = ttk.Label(master, text=self.flows[self.flowvar.get()], style = 'brown.TLabel', wraplength=250)
self.infolabel.grid(row = 2, column = 0, columnspan = 2, sticky = 'news')
self.option_menu = ttk.OptionMenu(
master,
self.flowvar,
self.flowvar.get(),
*self.flows.keys(),
command=self.show_info
)
self.option_menu.grid(row = 1, column = 1)
return self.option_menu# initial focus
def show_info(self, args):
key = self.flowvar.get()
print(key)
desc = self.flows[key]
if desc == '':
self.infolabel.config(text='(no description available)')
else:
self.infolabel.config(text=desc)
def apply(self):
return str(self.flowvar.get()) # Note converts StringVar to string
#------------------------------------------------------
# Project Manager class
#------------------------------------------------------
class ProjectManager(ttk.Frame):
"""Project Management GUI."""
def __init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs):
super().__init__(parent, *args, **kwargs)
self.root = parent
parent.withdraw()
# self.update()
self.update_idletasks() # erase small initial frame asap
self.init_gui()
parent.protocol("WM_DELETE_WINDOW", self.on_quit)
if splash:
splash.destroy()
parent.deiconify()
def on_quit(self):
"""Exits program."""
quit()
def init_gui(self):
"""Builds GUI."""
global designdir
global importdir
global archiveimportdir
global currdesign
global theProg
global deferLoad
message = []
allPaneOpen = False
prjPaneMinh = 10
iplPaneMinh = 4
impPaneMinh = 4
# if deferLoad: # temp. for testing... open all panes
# allPaneOpen = True
# Read user preferences
self.prefs = {}
self.read_prefs()
# Get default font size from user preferences
fontsize = self.prefs['fontsize']
s = ttk.Style()
available_themes = s.theme_names()
# print("themes: " + str(available_themes))
s.theme_use(available_themes[0])
s.configure('gray.TFrame', background='gray40')
s.configure('blue_white.TFrame', bordercolor = 'blue', borderwidth = 3)
s.configure('italic.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize, 'italic'))
s.configure('title.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize, 'bold italic'),
foreground = 'brown', anchor = 'center')
s.configure('title2.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize, 'bold italic'),
foreground = 'blue')
s.configure('normal.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize))
s.configure('red.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'red')
s.configure('brown.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'brown3', background = 'gray95')
s.configure('green.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'green3')
s.configure('blue.TLabel', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'blue')
s.configure('normal.TButton', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), border = 3, relief = 'raised')
s.configure('red.TButton', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'red', border = 3,
relief = 'raised')
s.configure('green.TButton', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'green3', border = 3,
relief = 'raised')
s.configure('blue.TMenubutton', font=('Helvetica', fontsize), foreground = 'blue', border = 3,
relief = 'raised')
# Create the help window
self.help = HelpWindow(self, fontsize=fontsize)
with io.StringIO() as buf, contextlib.redirect_stdout(buf):
self.help.add_pages_from_file(config.apps_path + '/manager_help.txt')
message = buf.getvalue()
# Set the help display to the first page
self.help.page(0)
# Create the profile settings window
self.profile = Profile(self, fontsize=fontsize)
# Variables used by option menus
self.seltype = tkinter.StringVar(self)
self.cur_project = tkinter.StringVar(self)
self.cur_import = "(nothing selected)"
self.project_name = ""
# Root window title
self.root.title('Project Manager')
self.root.option_add('*tearOff', 'FALSE')
self.pack(side = 'top', fill = 'both', expand = 'true')
pane = tkinter.PanedWindow(self, orient = 'vertical', sashrelief='groove', sashwidth=6)
pane.pack(side = 'top', fill = 'both', expand = 'true')
self.toppane = ttk.Frame(pane)
self.botpane = ttk.Frame(pane)
# All interior windows size to toppane
self.toppane.columnconfigure(0, weight = 1)
# Projects window resizes preferably to others
self.toppane.rowconfigure(3, weight = 1)
# Get username, and from it determine the project directory.
# Save this path, because it gets used often.
username = self.prefs['username']
self.projectdir = os.path.expanduser('~/' + designdir)
self.cloudvdir = os.path.expanduser('~/' + cloudvdir)
# Check that the project directory exists, and create it if not
if not os.path.isdir(self.projectdir):
os.makedirs(self.projectdir)
# Label with the user
self.toppane.user_frame = ttk.Frame(self.toppane)
self.toppane.user_frame.grid(row = 0, sticky = 'news')
# Put logo image in corner. Ignore if something goes wrong, as this
# is only decorative. Note: ef_logo must be kept as a record in self,
# or else it gets garbage collected.
try:
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
self.ef_logo = tkinter.PhotoImage(file='/ef/efabless/opengalaxy/efabless_logo_small.gif')
self.toppane.user_frame.logo = ttk.Label(self.toppane.user_frame, image=self.ef_logo)
self.toppane.user_frame.logo.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
except:
pass
self.toppane.user_frame.title = ttk.Label(self.toppane.user_frame, text='User:', style='red.TLabel')
self.toppane.user_frame.user = ttk.Label(self.toppane.user_frame, text=username, style='blue.TLabel')
self.toppane.user_frame.title.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.user_frame.user.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
#---------------------------------------------
ttk.Separator(self.toppane, orient='horizontal').grid(row = 1, sticky = 'news')
#---------------------------------------------
# List of projects:
self.toppane.design_frame = ttk.Frame(self.toppane)
self.toppane.design_frame.grid(row = 2, sticky = 'news')
self.toppane.design_frame.design_header = ttk.Label(self.toppane.design_frame, text='Projects',
style='title.TLabel')
self.toppane.design_frame.design_header.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.design_frame.design_header2 = ttk.Label(self.toppane.design_frame,
text='(' + self.projectdir + '/)', style='normal.TLabel')
self.toppane.design_frame.design_header2.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
# Get current project from ~/.open_pdks/currdesign and set the selection.
try:
with open(os.path.expanduser(currdesign), 'r') as f:
pdirCur = f.read().rstrip()
except:
pdirCur = None
# Create listbox of projects
projectlist = self.get_project_list() if not deferLoad else []
height = min(10, max(prjPaneMinh, 2 + len(projectlist)))
self.projectselect = TreeViewChoice(self.toppane, fontsize=fontsize, deferLoad=deferLoad, selectVal=pdirCur, natSort=True)
self.projectselect.populate("Available Projects:", projectlist,
[["New", True, self.createproject],
["Import", True, self.importproject],
["Flow", False, self.startflow],
["Copy", False, self.copyproject],
["Rename", False, self.renameproject],
["Delete", False, self.deleteproject],
],
height=height, columns=[0, 1])
self.projectselect.grid(row = 3, sticky = 'news')
self.projectselect.bindselect(self.setcurrent)
tooltip.ToolTip(self.projectselect.get_button(0), text="Create a new project/subproject")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.projectselect.get_button(1), text="Import a project/subproject")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.projectselect.get_button(2), text="Start design flow")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.projectselect.get_button(3), text="Make a copy of an entire project")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.projectselect.get_button(4), text="Rename a project folder")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.projectselect.get_button(5), text="Delete an entire project")
pdklist = self.get_pdk_list(projectlist)
self.projectselect.populate2("PDK", projectlist, pdklist)
if pdirCur:
try:
curitem = next(item for item in projectlist if pdirCur == item)
except StopIteration:
pass
else:
if curitem:
self.projectselect.setselect(pdirCur)
# Check that the import directory exists, and create it if not
if not os.path.isdir(self.projectdir + '/' + importdir):
os.makedirs(self.projectdir + '/' + importdir)
# Create a watchdog on the project and import directories
watchlist = [self.projectdir, self.projectdir + '/' + importdir]
if os.path.isdir(self.projectdir + '/upload'):
watchlist.append(self.projectdir + '/upload')
# Check the creation time of the project manager app itself. Because the project
# manager tends to be left running indefinitely, it is important to know when it
# has been updated. This is checked once every hour since it is really expected
# only to happen occasionally.
thisapp = [theProg]
self.watchself = WatchClock(self, thisapp, self.update_alert, 3600000)
#---------------------------------------------
# Add second button bar for major project applications
self.toppane.apptitle = ttk.Label(self.toppane, text='Tools:', style='title2.TLabel')
self.toppane.apptitle.grid(row = 4, sticky = 'news')
self.toppane.appbar = ttk.Frame(self.toppane)
self.toppane.appbar.grid(row = 5, sticky = 'news')
# Define the application buttons and actions
self.toppane.appbar.schem_button = ttk.Button(self.toppane.appbar, text='Edit Schematic',
command=self.edit_schematic, style = 'normal.TButton')
self.toppane.appbar.schem_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.appbar.layout_button = ttk.Button(self.toppane.appbar, text='Edit Layout',
command=self.edit_layout, style = 'normal.TButton')
self.toppane.appbar.layout_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.appbar.lvs_button = ttk.Button(self.toppane.appbar, text='Run LVS',
command=self.run_lvs, style = 'normal.TButton')
self.toppane.appbar.lvs_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.appbar.char_button = ttk.Button(self.toppane.appbar, text='Characterize',
command=self.characterize, style = 'normal.TButton')
self.toppane.appbar.char_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.appbar.synth_button = ttk.Button(self.toppane.appbar, text='Synthesis Flow',
command=self.synthesize, style = 'normal.TButton')
self.toppane.appbar.synth_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.appbar.padframeCalc_button = ttk.Button(self.toppane.appbar, text='Pad Frame',
command=self.padframe_calc, style = 'normal.TButton')
self.toppane.appbar.padframeCalc_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
'''
if self.prefs['schemeditor'] == 'xcircuit':
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.schem_button, text="Start 'XCircuit' schematic editor")
elif self.prefs['schemeditor'] == 'xschem':
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.schem_button, text="Start 'XSchem' schematic editor")
else:
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.schem_button, text="Start 'Electric' schematic editor")
if self.prefs['layouteditor'] == 'klayout':
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.layout_button, text="Start 'KLayout' layout editor")
else:
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.layout_button, text="Start 'Magic' layout editor")
'''
self.refreshToolTips()
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.lvs_button, text="Start LVS tool")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.char_button, text="Start Characterization tool")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.synth_button, text="Start Digital Synthesis tool")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.padframeCalc_button, text="Start Pad Frame Generator")
#---------------------------------------------
ttk.Separator(self.toppane, orient='horizontal').grid(row = 6, sticky = 'news')
#---------------------------------------------
# List of IP libraries:
'''
self.toppane.library_frame = ttk.Frame(self.toppane)
self.toppane.library_frame.grid(row = 7, sticky = 'news')
self.toppane.library_frame.library_header = ttk.Label(self.toppane.library_frame, text='IP Library:',
style='title.TLabel')
self.toppane.library_frame.library_header.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.library_frame.library_header2 = ttk.Label(self.toppane.library_frame,
text='(' + self.projectdir + '/ip/)', style='normal.TLabel')
self.toppane.library_frame.library_header2.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.library_frame.library_header3 = ttk.Button(self.toppane.library_frame,
text=(allPaneOpen and '-' or '+'), command=self.library_toggle, style = 'normal.TButton', width = 2)
self.toppane.library_frame.library_header3.pack(side = 'right', padx = 5)
# Create listbox of IP libraries
iplist = self.get_library_list() if not deferLoad else []
height = min(8, max(iplPaneMinh, 2 + len(iplist)))
self.ipselect = TreeViewChoice(self.toppane, fontsize=fontsize, deferLoad=deferLoad, natSort=True)
self.ipselect.populate("IP Library:", iplist,
[], height=height, columns=[0, 1], versioning=True)
valuelist = self.ipselect.getvaluelist()
datelist = self.get_date_list(valuelist)
itemlist = self.ipselect.getlist()
self.ipselect.populate2("date", itemlist, datelist)
if allPaneOpen:
self.library_open()
#---------------------------------------------
ttk.Separator(self.toppane, orient='horizontal').grid(row = 9, sticky = 'news')
#---------------------------------------------
# List of imports:
self.toppane.import_frame = ttk.Frame(self.toppane)
self.toppane.import_frame.grid(row = 10, sticky = 'news')
self.toppane.import_frame.import_header = ttk.Label(self.toppane.import_frame, text='Imports:',
style='title.TLabel')
self.toppane.import_frame.import_header.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.import_frame.import_header2 = ttk.Label(self.toppane.import_frame,
text='(' + self.projectdir + '/import/)', style='normal.TLabel')
self.toppane.import_frame.import_header2.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
self.toppane.import_frame.import_header3 = ttk.Button(self.toppane.import_frame,
text=(allPaneOpen and '-' or '+'), command=self.import_toggle, style = 'normal.TButton', width = 2)
self.toppane.import_frame.import_header3.pack(side = 'right', padx = 5)
# Create listbox of imports
importlist = self.get_import_list() if not deferLoad else []
self.number_of_imports = len(importlist) if not deferLoad else None
height = min(8, max(impPaneMinh, 2 + len(importlist)))
self.importselect = TreeViewChoice(self.toppane, fontsize=fontsize, markDir=True, deferLoad=deferLoad)
self.importselect.populate("Pending Imports:", importlist,
[["Import As", False, self.importdesign],
["Import Into", False, self.importintodesign],
["Delete", False, self.deleteimport]], height=height, columns=[0, 1])
valuelist = self.importselect.getvaluelist()
datelist = self.get_date_list(valuelist)
itemlist = self.importselect.getlist()
self.importselect.populate2("date", itemlist, datelist)
tooltip.ToolTip(self.importselect.get_button(0), text="Import as a new project")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.importselect.get_button(1), text="Import into an existing project")
tooltip.ToolTip(self.importselect.get_button(2), text="Remove the import file(s)")
if allPaneOpen:
self.import_open()
'''
#---------------------------------------------
# ttk.Separator(self, orient='horizontal').grid(column = 0, row = 8, columnspan=4, sticky='ew')
#---------------------------------------------
# Add a text window below the import to capture output. Redirect
# print statements to it.
self.botpane.console = ttk.Frame(self.botpane)
self.botpane.console.pack(side = 'top', fill = 'both', expand = 'true')
self.text_box = ConsoleText(self.botpane.console, wrap='word', height = 4)
self.text_box.pack(side='left', fill='both', expand = 'true')
console_scrollbar = ttk.Scrollbar(self.botpane.console)
console_scrollbar.pack(side='right', fill='y')
# attach console to scrollbar
self.text_box.config(yscrollcommand = console_scrollbar.set)
console_scrollbar.config(command = self.text_box.yview)
# Give all the expansion weight to the message window.
# self.rowconfigure(9, weight = 1)
# self.columnconfigure(0, weight = 1)
# at bottom (legacy mode): window height grows by one row.
# at top the buttons share a row with user name, reduce window height, save screen real estate.
bottomButtons = False
# Add button bar: at the bottom of window (legacy mode), or share top row with user-name
if bottomButtons:
bbar = ttk.Frame(self.botpane)
bbar.pack(side='top', fill = 'x')
else:
bbar = self.toppane.user_frame
# Define help button
bbar.help_button = ttk.Button(bbar, text='Help',
command=self.help.open, style = 'normal.TButton')
# Define profile settings button
bbar.profile_button = ttk.Button(bbar, text='Settings',
command=self.profile.open, style = 'normal.TButton')
# Define the "quit" button and action
bbar.quit_button = ttk.Button(bbar, text='Quit', command=self.on_quit,
style = 'normal.TButton')
# Tool tips for button bar
tooltip.ToolTip(bbar.quit_button, text="Exit the project manager")
tooltip.ToolTip(bbar.help_button, text="Show help window")
if bottomButtons:
bbar.help_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
bbar.profile_button.pack(side = 'left', padx = 5)
bbar.quit_button.pack(side = 'right', padx = 5)
else:
# quit at TR like window-title's close; help towards the outside, settings towards inside
bbar.quit_button.pack(side = 'right', padx = 5)
bbar.help_button.pack(side = 'right', padx = 5)
bbar.profile_button.pack(side = 'right', padx = 5)
# Add the panes once the internal geometry is known
pane.add(self.toppane)
pane.add(self.botpane)
pane.paneconfig(self.toppane, stretch='first')
# self.update_idletasks()
#---------------------------------------------------------------
# Project list
# projects = os.listdir(os.path.expanduser('~/' + designdir))
# self.cur_project.set(projects[0])
# self.design_select = ttk.OptionMenu(self, self.cur_project, projects[0], *projects,
# style='blue.TMenubutton')
# New import list
# self.import_select = ttk.Button(self, text=self.cur_import, command=self.choose_import)
#---------------------------------------------------------
# Define project design actions
# self.design_actions = ttk.Frame(self)
# self.design_actions.characterize = ttk.Button(self.design_actions,
# text='Upload and Characterize', command=self.characterize)
# self.design_actions.characterize.grid(column = 0, row = 0)
# Define import actions
# self.import_actions = ttk.Frame(self)
# self.import_actions.upload = ttk.Button(self.import_actions,
# text='Upload Challenge', command=self.make_challenge)
# self.import_actions.upload.grid(column = 0, row = 0)
self.watchclock = WatchClock(self, watchlist, self.update_project_views, 2000,
0 if deferLoad else None) # do immediate forced refresh (1st in mainloop)
# self.watchclock = WatchClock(self, watchlist, self.update_project_views, 2000)
# Redirect stdout and stderr to the console as the last thing to do. . .
# Otherwise errors in the GUI get sucked into the void.
self.stdout = sys.stdout
self.stderr = sys.stderr
sys.stdout = ConsoleText.StdoutRedirector(self.text_box)
sys.stderr = ConsoleText.StderrRedirector(self.text_box)
if message:
print(message)
if self.prefs == {}:
print("No user preferences file, using default settings.")
# helper for Profile to do live mods of some of the user-prefs (without restart projectManager):
def setUsername(self, newname):
self.toppane.user_frame.user.config(text=newname)
def refreshToolTips(self):
if self.prefs['schemeditor'] == 'xcircuit':
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.schem_button, text="Start 'XCircuit' schematic editor")
elif self.prefs['schemeditor'] == 'xschem':
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.schem_button, text="Start 'XSchem' schematic editor")
else:
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.schem_button, text="Start 'Electric' schematic editor")
if self.prefs['layouteditor'] == 'klayout':
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.layout_button, text="Start 'KLayout' layout editor")
else:
tooltip.ToolTip(self.toppane.appbar.layout_button, text="Start 'Magic' layout editor")
@classmethod
def config_path(cls, path):
#returns the config directory that 'path' contains between .config and .ef-config
if (os.path.exists(path + '/.config')):
return '/.config'
elif (os.path.exists(path + '/.ef-config')):
return '/.ef-config'
raise Exception('Neither '+path+'/.config nor '+path+'/.ef-config exists.')
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Check if a name is blacklisted for being a project folder
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
@classmethod
def blacklisted(cls, dirname):
# Blacklist: Do not show files of these names:
blacklist = [importdir, 'ip', 'upload', 'export', 'lost+found', 'subcells']
if dirname in blacklist:
return True
else:
return False
def write_prefs(self):
global prefsfile
if self.prefs:
expprefsfile = os.path.expanduser(prefsfile)
prefspath = os.path.split(expprefsfile)[0]
if not os.path.exists(prefspath):
os.makedirs(prefspath)
with open(os.path.expanduser(prefsfile), 'w') as f:
json.dump(self.prefs, f, indent = 4)
def read_prefs(self):
global prefsfile
# Set all known defaults even if they are not in the JSON file so
# that it is not necessary to check for the existence of the keyword
# in the dictionary every time it is accessed.
if 'fontsize' not in self.prefs:
self.prefs['fontsize'] = 11
userid = os.environ['USER']
uid = ''
username = userid
self.prefs['username'] = username
'''
if 'username' not in self.prefs:
#
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
p = subprocess.run(['/ef/apps/bin/withnet' ,
config.apps_path + '/og_uid_service.py', userid],
stdout = subprocess.PIPE)
if p.stdout:
uid_string = p.stdout.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
userspec = re.findall(r'[^"\s]\S*|".+?"', uid_string)
if len(userspec) > 0:
username = userspec[0].strip('"')
# uid = userspec[1]
# Note userspec[1] = UID and userspec[2] = role, useful
# for future applications.
else:
username = userid
else:
username = userid
self.prefs['username'] = username
# self.prefs['uid'] = uid
'''
if 'schemeditor' not in self.prefs:
self.prefs['schemeditor'] = 'electric'
if 'layouteditor' not in self.prefs:
self.prefs['layouteditor'] = 'magic'
if 'magic-graphics' not in self.prefs:
self.prefs['magic-graphics'] = 'X11'
if 'development' not in self.prefs:
self.prefs['development'] = False
if 'devstdcells' not in self.prefs:
self.prefs['devstdcells'] = False
# Any additional user preferences go above this line.
# Get user preferences from ~/design/.profile/prefs.json and use it to
# overwrite default entries in self.prefs
try:
with open(os.path.expanduser(prefsfile), 'r') as f:
prefsdict = json.load(f)
for key in prefsdict:
self.prefs[key] = prefsdict[key]
except:
# No preferences file, so create an initial one.
if not os.path.exists(prefsfile):
self.write_prefs()
# if 'User:' Label exists, this updates it live (Profile calls read_prefs after write)
try:
self.setUsername(self.prefs['username'])
except:
pass
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a list of the projects in the user's design directory. Exclude
# items that are not directories, or which are blacklisted.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_project_list(self):
global importdir
badrex1 = re.compile("^\.")
badrex2 = re.compile(".*[ \t\n].*")
# Get contents of directory. Look only at directories
projectlist = []
def add_projects(projectpath):
# Recursively add subprojects to projectlist
projectlist.append(projectpath)
#check for subprojects and add them
if os.path.isdir(projectpath + '/subcells'):
for subproj in os.listdir(projectpath + '/subcells'):
if os.path.isdir(projectpath + '/subcells/' + subproj):
add_projects(projectpath + '/subcells/' + subproj)
for item in os.listdir(self.projectdir):
if os.path.isdir(self.projectdir + '/' + item):
projectpath = self.projectdir + '/' + item
add_projects(projectpath)
# 'import' and others in the blacklist are not projects!
# Files beginning with '.' and files with whitespace are
# also not listed.
for item in projectlist[:]:
name = os.path.split(item)[1]
if self.blacklisted(name):
projectlist.remove(item)
elif badrex1.match(name):
projectlist.remove(item)
elif badrex2.match(name):
projectlist.remove(item)
return projectlist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a list of the projects in the user's cloudv directory. Exclude
# items that are not directories, or which are blacklisted.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_cloudv_project_list(self):
global importdir
badrex1 = re.compile("^\.")
badrex2 = re.compile(".*[ \t\n].*")
if not os.path.exists(self.cloudvdir):
print('No user cloudv dir exists; no projects to import.')
return None
# Get contents of cloudv directory. Look only at directories
projectlist = list(item for item in os.listdir(self.cloudvdir) if
os.path.isdir(self.cloudvdir + '/' + item))
# 'import' and others in the blacklist are not projects!
# Files beginning with '.' and files with whitespace are
# also not listed.
for item in projectlist[:]:
if self.blacklisted(item):
projectlist.remove(item)
elif badrex1.match(item):
projectlist.remove(item)
elif badrex2.match(item):
projectlist.remove(item)
# Add pathname to all items in projectlist
projectlist = [self.cloudvdir + '/' + item for item in projectlist]
return projectlist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# utility: [re]intialize a project's elec/ dir: the .java preferences and LIBDIRS.
# So user can just delete .java, and restart electric (from projectManager), to reinit preferences.
# So user can just delete LIBDIRS, and restart electric (from projectManager), to reinit LIBDIRS.
# So project copies/imports can filter ngspice/run (and ../.allwaves), we'll recreate it here.
#
# The global /ef/efabless/deskel/* is used and the PDK name substituted.
#
# This SINGLE function is used to setup elec/ contents for new projects, in addition to being
# called in-line prior to "Edit Schematics" (on-the-fly).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
@classmethod
def reinitElec(cls, design):
pdkdir = os.path.join( design, ".ef-config/techdir")
elec = os.path.join( design, "elec")
# on the fly, ensure has elec/ dir, ensure has ngspice/run/allwaves dir
try:
os.makedirs(design + '/elec', exist_ok=True)
except IOError as e:
print('Error in os.makedirs(elec): ' + str(e))
try:
os.makedirs(design + '/ngspice/run/.allwaves', exist_ok=True)
except IOError as e:
print('Error in os.makedirs(.../.allwaves): ' + str(e))
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
deskel = '/ef/efabless/deskel'
# on the fly:
# .../elec/.java : reinstall if missing. From PDK-specific if any.
if not os.path.exists( os.path.join( elec, '.java')):
# Copy Electric preferences
try:
shutil.copytree(deskel + '/dotjava', design + '/elec/.java', symlinks = True)
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
# .../elec/LIBDIRS : reinstall if missing, from PDK-specific LIBDIRS
# in libs.tech/elec/LIBDIRS
libdirsloc = pdkdir + '/libs.tech/elec/LIBDIRS'
if not os.path.exists( os.path.join( elec, 'LIBDIRS')):
if os.path.exists( libdirsloc ):
# Copy Electric LIBDIRS
try:
shutil.copy(libdirsloc, design + '/elec/LIBDIRS')
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
else:
print('Info: PDK not configured for Electric: no libs.tech/elec/LIBDIRS')
return None
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# utility: filter a list removing: empty strings, strings with any whitespace
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
whitespaceREX = re.compile('\s')
@classmethod
def filterNullOrWS(cls, inlist):
return [ i for i in inlist if i and not cls.whitespaceREX.search(i) ]
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# utility: do a glob.glob of relative pattern, but specify the rootDir,
# so returns the matching paths found below that rootDir.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
@classmethod
def globFromDir(cls, pattern, dir=None):
if dir:
dir = dir.rstrip('/') + '/'
pattern = dir + pattern
result = glob.glob(pattern)
if dir and result:
nbr = len(dir)
result = [ i[nbr:] for i in result ]
return result
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# utility: from a pdkPath, return list of 3 strings: <foundry>, <node>, <description>.
# i.e. pdkPath has form '[.../]<foundry>[.<ext>]/<node>'. For now the description
# is always ''. And an optional foundry extension is pruned/dropped.
# thus '.../XFAB.2/EFXP018A4' -> 'XFAB', 'EFXP018A4', ''
#
# optionally store in each PDK: .ef-config/nodeinfo.json which can define keys:
# 'foundry', 'node', 'description' to override the foundry (computed from the path)
# and (fixed, empty) description currently returned by this.
#
# Intent: keep a short-description field at least, intended to be one-line max 40 chars,
# suitable for a on-hover-tooltip display. (Distinct from a big multiline description).
#
# On error (malformed pdkPath: can't determine foundry or node), the foundry or node
# or both may be '' or as specified in the optional default values (if you're
# generating something for display and want an unknown to appear as 'none' etc.).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
@classmethod
def pdkdir2fnd(cls, pdkdir, def_foundry='', def_node='', def_description=''):
foundry = ''
foundry_name = ''
node = ''
description = ''
status = 'active'
if pdkdir:
# Code should only be for efabless platform
'''
split = os.path.split(os.path.realpath(pdkdir))
# Full path should be [<something>/]<foundry>[.ext]/<node>
node = split[1]
foundry = os.path.split(split[0])[1]
foundry = os.path.splitext(foundry)[0]
'''
# Check for nodeinfo.json
infofile = pdkdir + '/.config/nodeinfo.json'
if os.path.exists(infofile):
with open(infofile, 'r') as ifile:
nodeinfo = json.load(ifile)
if 'foundry' in nodeinfo:
foundry = nodeinfo['foundry']
if 'foundry-name' in nodeinfo:
foundry_name = nodeinfo['foundry-name']
if 'node' in nodeinfo:
node = nodeinfo['node']
if 'description' in nodeinfo:
description = nodeinfo['description']
if 'status' in nodeinfo:
status = nodeinfo['status']
return foundry, foundry_name, node, description, status
infofile = pdkdir + '/.ef-config/nodeinfo.json'
if os.path.exists(infofile):
with open(infofile, 'r') as ifile:
nodeinfo = json.load(ifile)
if 'foundry' in nodeinfo:
foundry = nodeinfo['foundry']
if 'foundry-name' in nodeinfo:
foundry_name = nodeinfo['foundry-name']
if 'node' in nodeinfo:
node = nodeinfo['node']
if 'description' in nodeinfo:
description = nodeinfo['description']
if 'status' in nodeinfo:
status = nodeinfo['status']
return foundry, foundry_name, node, description, status
raise Exception('malformed pdkPath: can\'t determine foundry or node')
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a list of the electric-libraries (DELIB only) in a given project.
# List of full-paths each ending in '.delib'
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_elecLib_list(self, pname):
elibs = self.globFromDir(pname + '/elec/*.delib/', self.projectdir)
elibs = [ re.sub("/$", "", i) for i in elibs ]
return self.filterNullOrWS(elibs)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create a list of datestamps for each import file
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_date_list(self, valuelist):
datelist = []
for value in valuelist:
try:
importfile = value[0]
try:
statbuf = os.stat(importfile)
except:
# Note entries that can't be accessed.
datelist.append("(unknown)")
else:
datestamp = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(statbuf.st_mtime)
datestr = datestamp.strftime("%c")
datelist.append(datestr)
except:
datelist.append("(N/A)")
return datelist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get the PDK attached to a project for display as: '<foundry> : <node>'
# unless path=True: then return true PDK dir-path.
#
# TODO: the ef-config prog output is not used below. Intent was use
# ef-config to be the one official query for *any* project's PDK value, and
# therein-only hide a built-in default for legacy projects without techdir symlink.
# In below ef-config will always give an EF_TECHDIR, so that code-branch always
# says '(default)', the ef-config subproc is wasted, and '(no PDK)' is never
# reached.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_pdk_dir(self, project, path=False):
pdkdir = os.path.realpath(project + self.config_path(project)+'/techdir')
if path:
return pdkdir
foundry, foundry_name, node, desc, status = self.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
return foundry + ' : ' + node
'''
if os.path.isdir(project + '/.ef-config'):
if os.path.exists(project + '/.ef-config/techdir'):
pdkdir = os.path.realpath(project + '/.ef-config/techdir')
elif os.path.isdir(project + '/.config'):
if os.path.exists(project + '/.config/techdir'):
pdkdir = os.path.realpath(project + '/.config/techdir')
if path:
return pdkdir
foundry, node, desc, status = self.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
return foundry + ' : ' + node
'''
'''
if not pdkdir:
# Run "ef-config" script for backward compatibility
export = {'EF_DESIGNDIR': project}
#EFABLESS PLATFORM
p = subprocess.run(['/ef/efabless/bin/ef-config', '-sh', '-t'],
stdout = subprocess.PIPE, env = export)
config_out = p.stdout.splitlines()
for line in config_out:
setline = line.decode('utf-8').split('=')
if setline[0] == 'EF_TECHDIR':
pdkdir = ( setline[1] if path else '(default)' )
if not pdkdir:
pdkdir = ( None if path else '(no PDK)' ) # shouldn't get here
'''
return pdkdir
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get PDK directory for projects without a techdir (most likely the project is being imported)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
@classmethod
def get_import_pdk(cls, projectpath):
print(projectpath)
yamlname = projectpath + '/info.yaml'
with open(yamlname, 'r') as f:
datatop = yaml.safe_load(f)
project_data = datatop['project']
project_foundry = project_data['foundry']
project_process = project_data['process']
project_pdkdir = ''
for pdkdir_lr in glob.glob('/usr/share/pdk/*/libs.tech/'):
pdkdir = os.path.split( os.path.split( pdkdir_lr )[0])[0]
foundry, foundry_name, node, desc, status = ProjectManager.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
if not foundry or not node:
continue
if (foundry == project_foundry or foundry_name == project_foundry) and node == project_process:
project_pdkdir = pdkdir
break
return project_pdkdir, foundry, node #------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get the list of PDKs that are attached to each project
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_pdk_list(self, projectlist):
pdklist = []
for project in projectlist:
pdkdir = self.get_pdk_dir(project)
pdklist.append(pdkdir)
return pdklist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Find a .json's associated tar.gz (or .tgz) if any.
# Return path to the tar.gz if any, else None.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def json2targz(self, jsonPath):
root = os.path.splitext(jsonPath)[0]
for ext in ('.tgz', '.tar.gz'):
if os.path.isfile(root + ext):
return root + ext
return None
def yaml2targz(self, yamlPath):
root = os.path.splitext(yamlPath)[0]
for ext in ('.tgz', '.tar.gz'):
if os.path.isfile(root + ext):
return root + ext
return None
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Remove a .json and associated tar.gz (or .tgz) if any.
# If not a .json, remove just that file (no test for a tar).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def removeJsonPlus(self, jsonPath):
ext = os.path.splitext(jsonPath)[1]
if ext == ".json":
tar = self.json2targz(jsonPath)
if tar: os.remove(tar)
return os.remove(jsonPath)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# MOVE a .json and associated tar.gz (or .tgz) if any, to targetDir.
# If not a .json, move just that file (no test for a tar).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def moveJsonPlus(self, jsonPath, targetDir):
ext = os.path.splitext(jsonPath)[1]
if ext == ".json":
tar = self.json2targz(jsonPath)
if tar:
shutil.move(tar, targetDir)
# believe the move throws an error. So return value (the targetDir name) isn't really useful.
return shutil.move(jsonPath, targetDir)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a list of the libraries in the user's ip folder
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_library_list(self):
# Get contents of directory
try:
iplist = glob.glob(self.projectdir + '/ip/*/*')
except:
iplist = []
else:
pass
return iplist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a list of the files in the user's design import folder
# (use current 'import' but also original 'upload')
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def get_import_list(self):
# Get contents of directory
importlist = os.listdir(self.projectdir + '/' + importdir)
# If entries have both a .json and .tar.gz file, remove the .tar.gz (also .tgz).
# Also ignore any .swp files dropped by the vim editor.
# Also ignore any subdirectories of import
for item in importlist[:]:
if item[-1] in '#~':
importlist.remove(item)
continue
ipath = self.projectdir + '/' + importdir + '/' + item
# recognize dirs (as u2u projects) if not symlink and has a 'project.json',
# hide dirs named *.bak. If originating user does u2u twice before target user
# can consume/import it, the previous one (only) is retained as *.bak.
if os.path.isdir(ipath):
if os.path.islink(ipath) or not self.validProjectName(item) \
or self.importProjNameBadrex1.match(item) \
or not os.path.isfile(ipath + '/info.yaml'):
importlist.remove(item)
continue
else:
ext = os.path.splitext(item)
if ext[1] == '.json':
if ext[0] + '.tar.gz' in importlist:
importlist.remove(ext[0] + '.tar.gz')
elif ext[0] + '.tgz' in importlist:
importlist.remove(ext[0] + '.tgz')
elif ext[1] == '.swp':
importlist.remove(item)
elif os.path.isdir(self.projectdir + '/' + importdir + '/' + item):
importlist.remove(item)
# Add pathname to all items in projectlist
importlist = [self.projectdir + '/' + importdir + '/' + item for item in importlist]
# Add support for original "upload" directory (backward compatibility)
if os.path.exists(self.projectdir + '/upload'):
uploadlist = os.listdir(self.projectdir + '/upload')
# If entries have both a .json and .tar.gz file, remove the .tar.gz (also .tgz).
# Also ignore any .swp files dropped by the vim editor.
for item in uploadlist[:]:
ext = os.path.splitext(item)
if ext[1] == '.json':
if ext[0] + '.tar.gz' in uploadlist:
uploadlist.remove(ext[0] + '.tar.gz')
elif ext[0] + '.tgz' in uploadlist:
uploadlist.remove(ext[0] + '.tgz')
elif ext[1] == '.swp':
uploadlist.remove(item)
# Add pathname to all items in projectlist
uploadlist = [self.projectdir + '/upload/' + item for item in uploadlist]
importlist.extend(uploadlist)
# Remember the size of the list so we know when it changed
self.number_of_imports = len(importlist)
return importlist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import for json documents and related tarballs (.gz or .tgz):
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importyaml(self, projname, importfile):
# (1) Check if there is a tarball with the same root name as the JSON
importroot = os.path.splitext(importfile)[0]
badrex1 = re.compile("^\.")
badrex2 = re.compile(".*[/ \t\n\\\><\*\?].*")
if os.path.isfile(importroot + '.tgz'):
tarname = importroot + '.tgz'
elif os.path.isfile(importroot + '.tar.gz'):
tarname = importroot + '.tar.gz'
else:
tarname = []
# (2) Check for name conflict
origname = projname
newproject = self.projectdir + '/' + projname
newname = projname
while os.path.isdir(newproject) or self.blacklisted(newname):
if self.blacklisted(newname):
warning = "Name " + newname + " is not allowed for a project name."
elif badrex1.match(newname):
warning = 'project name may not start with "."'
elif badrex2.match(newname):
warning = 'project name contains illegal characters or whitespace.'
else:
warning = "Project " + newname + " already exists!"
newname = ProjectNameDialog(self, warning, seed=newname).result
if not newname:
return 0 # Canceled, no action.
newproject = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
print("New project name is " + newname + ".")
# (3) Create new directory
os.makedirs(newproject)
# (4) Dump the tarball (if any) in the new directory
if tarname:
with tarfile.open(tarname, mode='r:gz') as archive:
for member in archive:
archive.extract(member, newproject)
# (5) Copy the YAML document into the new directory. Keep the
# original name of the project, so as to overwrite any existing
# document, then change the name to match that of the project
# folder.
yamlfile = newproject + '/info.yaml'
try:
shutil.copy(importfile, yamlfile)
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
return None
# (6) Remove the original files from the import folder
os.remove(importfile)
if tarname:
os.remove(tarname)
# (7) Standard project setup: if spi/, elec/, and ngspice/ do not
# exist, create them. If elec/.java does not exist, create it and
# seed from deskel. If ngspice/run and ngspice/run/.allwaves do not
# exist, create them.
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/spi'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/spi/pex'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi/pex')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/spi/lvs'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi/lvs')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/ngspice'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/ngspice/run'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice/run')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/ngspice/run/.allwaves'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice/run/.allwaves')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/elec'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/elec')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/xcirc'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/xcirc')
if not os.path.exists(newproject + '/mag'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/mag')
self.reinitElec(newproject) # [re]install elec/.java, elec/LIBDIRS if needed, from pdk-specific if-any
return 1 # Success
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import for netlists (.spi):
# (1) Request project name
# (2) Create new project if name does not exist, or
# place netlist in existing project if it does.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Install netlist in electric:
# "importfile" is the filename in ~/design/import
# "pname" is the name of the target project (folder)
# "newfile" is the netlist file name (which may or may not be the same
# as 'importfile').
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
def install_in_electric(self, importfile, pname, newfile, isnew=True):
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Install the netlist.
# If netlist is CDL, then call cdl2spi first
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
newproject = self.projectdir + '/' + pname
if not os.path.isdir(newproject + '/spi/'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi/')
if os.path.splitext(newfile)[1] == '.cdl':
if not os.path.isdir(newproject + '/cdl/'):
os.makedirs(newproject + '/cdl/')
shutil.copy(importfile, newproject + '/cdl/' + newfile)
try:
p = subprocess.run(['/ef/apps/bin/cdl2spi', importfile],
stdout = subprocess.PIPE, stderr = subprocess.PIPE,
check = True)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
print('Error running cdl2spi: ' + e.output.decode('utf-8'))
if isnew == True:
shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
else:
spi_string = p.stdout.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
if p.stderr:
err_string = p.stderr.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
# Print error messages to console
print(err_string)
if not spi_string:
print('Error: cdl2spi has no output')
if isnew == True:
shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
outname = os.path.splitext(newproject + '/spi/' + newfile)[0] + '.spi'
with open(outname, 'w') as f:
f.write(spi_string)
else:
outname = newproject + '/spi/' + newfile
try:
shutil.copy(importfile, outname)
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
if isnew == True:
shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Symbol generator---this code to be moved into its own def.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# To-do, need a more thorough SPICE parser, maybe use netgen to parse.
# Need to find topmost subcircuit, by parsing the hieararchy.
subcktrex = re.compile('\.subckt[ \t]+([^ \t]+)[ \t]+', re.IGNORECASE)
subnames = []
with open(importfile, 'r') as f:
for line in f:
lmatch = subcktrex.match(line)
if lmatch:
subnames.append(lmatch.group(1))
if subnames:
subname = subnames[0]
# Run cdl2icon perl script
try:
p = subprocess.run(['/ef/apps/bin/cdl2icon', '-file', importfile, '-cellname',
subname, '-libname', pname, '-projname', pname, '--prntgussddirs'],
stdout = subprocess.PIPE, stderr = subprocess.PIPE, check = True)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
print('Error running cdl2spi: ' + e.output.decode('utf-8'))
return None
else:
pin_string = p.stdout.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
if not pin_string:
print('Error: cdl2icon has no output')
if isnew == True:
shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
if p.stderr:
err_string = p.stderr.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
print(err_string)
# Invoke dialog to arrange pins here
pin_info_list = SymbolBuilder(self, pin_string.split(), fontsize=self.prefs['fontsize']).result
if not pin_info_list:
# Dialog was canceled
print("Symbol builder was canceled.")
if isnew == True:
shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return 0
for pin in pin_info_list:
pin_info = pin.split(':')
pin_name = pin_info[0]
pin_type = pin_info[1]
# Call cdl2icon with the final pin directions
outname = newproject + '/elec/' + pname + '.delib/' + os.path.splitext(newfile)[0] + '.ic'
try:
p = subprocess.run(['/ef/apps/bin/cdl2icon', '-file', importfile, '-cellname',
subname, '-libname', pname, '-projname', pname, '-output',
outname, '-pindircmbndstring', ','.join(pin_info_list)],
stdout = subprocess.PIPE, stderr = subprocess.PIPE, check = True)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
print('Error running cdl2icon: ' + e.output.decode('utf-8'))
if isnew == True:
shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
else:
icon_string = p.stdout.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8') # not used, AFAIK
if p.stderr:
err_string = p.stderr.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
print(err_string)
return 1 # Success
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import netlist file into existing project
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importspiceinto(self, newfile, importfile):
# Require existing project location
ppath = ExistingProjectDialog(self, self.get_project_list()).result
if not ppath:
return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
pname = os.path.split(ppath)[1]
print("Importing into existing project " + pname)
result = self.install_in_electric(importfile, pname, newfile, isnew=False)
if result == None:
print('Error during import.')
return None
elif result == 0:
return 0 # Canceled
else:
# Remove original file from imports area
os.remove(importfile)
return 1 # Success
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import netlist file as a new project
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importspice(self, newfile, importfile):
# Use create project code first to generate a valid project space.
newname = self.createproject(None)
if not newname:
return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
print("Importing as new project " + newname + ".")
result = self.install_in_electric(importfile, newname, newfile, isnew=True)
if result == None:
print('Error during install')
return None
elif result == 0:
# Canceled, so do not remove the import
return 0
else:
# Remove original file from imports area
os.remove(importfile)
return 1 # Success
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Determine if JSON's tar can be imported as-if it were just a *.v.
# This is thin wrapper around tarVglImportable. Find the JSON's associated
# tar.gz if any, and call tarVglImportable.
# Returns list of two:
# None if rules not satisified; else path of the single GL .v member.
# None if rules not satisified; else root-name of the single .json member.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def jsonTarVglImportable(self, path):
ext = os.path.splitext(path)[1]
if ext != '.json': return None, None, None
tar = self.json2targz(path)
if not tar: return None, None, None
return self.tarVglImportable(tar)
def yamlTarVglImportable(self, path):
ext = os.path.splitext(path)[1]
if ext != '.yaml': return None, None, None
tar = self.yaml2targz(path)
if not tar: return None, None, None
return self.tarVglImportable(tar)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a single named member (memPath) out of a JSON's tar file.
# This is thin wrapper around tarMember2tempfile. Find the JSON's associated
# tar.gz if any, and call tarMember2tempfile.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def jsonTarMember2tempfile(self, path, memPath):
ext = os.path.splitext(path)[1]
if ext != '.json': return None
tar = self.json2targz(path)
if not tar: return None
return self.tarMember2tempfile(tar, memPath)
def yamlTarMember2tempfile(self, path, memPath):
ext = os.path.splitext(path)[1]
if ext != '.yaml': return None
tar = self.yaml2targz(path)
if not tar: return None
return self.tarMember2tempfile(tar, memPath)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Determine if tar-file can be imported as-if it were just a *.v.
# Require exactly one yosys-output .netlist.v, and exactly one .json.
# Nothing else matters: Ignore all other *.v, *.tv, *.jelib, *.vcd...
#
# If user renames *.netlist.v in cloudv before export to not end in
# netlist.v, we won't recognize it.
#
# Returns list of two:
# None if rules not satisified; else path of the single GL netlist.v member.
# None if rules not satisified; else root-name of the single .json member.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def tarVglImportable(self, path):
# count tar members by extensions. Track the .netlist.v. and .json. Screw the rest.
nbrExt = {'.v':0, '.netlist.v':0, '.tv':0, '.jelib':0, '.json':0, '/other/':0, '/vgl/':0}
nbrGLv = 0
jname = None
vfile = None
node = None
t = tarfile.open(path)
for i in t:
# ignore (without counting) dir entries. From cloudv (so far) the tar does not
# have dir-entries, but most tar do (esp. most manually made test cases).
if i.isdir():
continue
# TODO: should we require all below counted files to be plain files (no symlinks etc.)?
# get extension, but recognize a multi-ext for .netlist.v case
basenm = os.path.basename(i.name)
ext = os.path.splitext(basenm)[1]
root = os.path.splitext(basenm)[0]
ext2 = os.path.splitext(root)[1]
if ext2 == '.netlist' and ext == '.v':
ext = ext2 + ext
if ext and ext not in nbrExt:
ext = '/other/'
elif ext == '.netlist.v' and self.tarMemberIsGLverilog(t, i.name):
vfile = i.name
ext = '/vgl/'
elif ext == '.json':
node = self.tarMemberHasFoundryNode(t, i.name)
jname = root
nbrExt[ext] += 1
# check rules. Require exactly one yosys-output .netlist.v, and exactly one .json.
# Quantities of other types are all don't cares.
if (nbrExt['/vgl/'] == 1 and nbrExt['.json'] == 1):
# vfile is the name of the verilog netlist in the tarball, while jname
# is the root name of the JSON file found in the tarball (if any)
return vfile, jname, node
# failed, not gate-level-verilog importable:
return None, None, node
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# OBSOLETE VERSION: Determine if tar-file can be imported as-if it were just a *.v.
# Rules for members: one *.v, {0,1} *.jelib, {0,1} *.json, 0 other types.
# Return None if rules not satisified; else return path of the single .v.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# def tarVglImportable(self, path):
# # count tar members by extensions. Track the .v.
# nbrExt = {'.v':0, '.jelib':0, '.json':0, 'other':0}
# vfile = ""
# t = tarfile.open(path)
# for i in t:
# ext = os.path.splitext(i.name)[1]
# if ext not in nbrExt:
# ext = 'other'
# nbrExt[ext] += 1
# if ext == ".v": vfile = i.name
#
# # check rules.
# if (nbrExt['.v'] != 1 or nbrExt['other'] != 0 or
# nbrExt['.jelib'] > 1 or nbrExt['.json'] > 1):
# return None
# return vfile
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get a single named member (memPath) out of a tar file (tarPath), into a
# temp-file, so subprocesses can process it.
# Return path to the temp-file, or None if member not found in the tar.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def tarMember2tempfile(self, tarPath, memPath):
t = tarfile.open(tarPath)
member = t.getmember(memPath)
if not member: return None
# Change member.name so it extracts into our new temp-file.
# extract() can specify the root-dir befow which the member path
# resides. If temp is an absolute-path, that root-dir must be /.
tmpf1 = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(delete=False)
if tmpf1.name[0] != "/":
raise ValueError("assertion failed, temp-file path not absolute: %s" % tmpf1.name)
member.name = tmpf1.name
t.extract(member,"/")
return tmpf1.name
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create an electric .delib directory and seed it with a header file
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def create_electric_header_file(self, project, libname):
if not os.path.isdir(project + '/elec/' + libname + '.delib'):
os.makedirs(project + '/elec/' + libname + '.delib')
p = subprocess.run(['electric', '-v'], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
eversion = p.stdout.splitlines()[0].decode('utf-8')
# Create header file
with open(project + '/elec/' + libname + '.delib/header', 'w') as f:
f.write('# header information:\n')
f.write('H' + libname + '|' + eversion + '\n\n')
f.write('# Tools:\n')
f.write('Ouser|DefaultTechnology()Sschematic\n')
f.write('Osimulation|VerilogUseAssign()BT\n')
f.write('C____SEARCH_FOR_CELL_FILES____\n')
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create an ad-hoc "project.json" dictionary and fill essential records
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def create_ad_hoc_json(self, ipname, pname):
# Create ad-hoc JSON file and fill it with the minimum
# necessary entries to define a project.
jData = {}
jDS = {}
'''
jDS['ip-name'] = ipname
pdkdir = self.get_pdk_dir(pname, path=True)
try:
jDS['foundry'], jDS['node'], pdk_desc, pdk_stat = self.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
except:
# Cannot parse PDK name, so foundry and node will remain undefined
pass
'''
jDS['format'] = '3'
pparams = []
param = {}
param['unit'] = "\u00b5m\u00b2"
param['condition'] = "device_area"
param['display'] = "Device area"
pmax = {}
pmax['penalty'] = '0'
pmax['target'] = '100000'
param['max'] = pmax
pparams.append(param)
param = {}
param['unit'] = "\u00b5m\u00b2"
param['condition'] = "area"
param['display'] = "Layout area"
pmax = {}
pmax['penalty'] = '0'
pmax['target'] = '100000'
param['max'] = pmax
pparams.append(param)
param = {}
param['unit'] = "\u00b5m"
param['condition'] = "width"
param['display'] = "Layout width"
pmax = {}
pmax['penalty'] = '0'
pmax['target'] = '300'
param['max'] = pmax
pparams.append(param)
param = {}
param['condition'] = "DRC_errors"
param['display'] = "DRC errors"
pmax = {}
pmax['penalty'] = 'fail'
pmax['target'] = '0'
param['max'] = pmax
pparams.append(param)
param = {}
param['condition'] = "LVS_errors"
param['display'] = "LVS errors"
pmax = {}
pmax['penalty'] = 'fail'
pmax['target'] = '0'
param['max'] = pmax
pparams.append(param)
jDS['physical-params'] = pparams
jData['data-sheet'] = jDS
return jData
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create info.yaml file (automatically done in create_project.py in case it's executed from the command line)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def create_yaml(self, ipname, pdk_dir, description="(Add project description here)"):
# ipname: Project Name
data = {}
project= {}
project['description'] = description
try:
project['foundry'], foundry_name, project['process'], pdk_desc, pdk_stat = self.pdkdir2fnd( pdk_dir )
except:
# Cannot parse PDK name, so foundry and node will remain undefined
pass
project['project_name'] = ipname
project['flow'] = 'none'
data['project']=project
return data
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# For a single named member (memPath) out of an open tarfile (tarf),
# determine if it is a JSON file, and attempt to extract value of entry
# 'node' in dictionary entry 'data-sheet'. Otherwise return None.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def tarMemberHasFoundryNode(self, tarf, memPath):
fileJSON = tarf.extractfile(memPath)
if not fileJSON: return None
try:
# NOTE: tarfile data is in bytes, json.load(fileJSON) does not work.
datatop = json.loads(fileJSON.read().decode('utf-8'))
except:
print("Failed to load extract file " + memPath + " as JSON data")
return None
else:
node = None
if 'data-sheet' in datatop:
dsheet = datatop['data-sheet']
if 'node' in dsheet:
node = dsheet['node']
fileJSON.close() # close open-tarfile before any return
return node
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# For a single named member (memPath) out of an open tarfile (tarf),
# determine if first line embeds (case-insensitive match): Generated by Yosys
# Return True or False. If no such member or it has no 1st line, returns False.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def tarMemberIsGLverilog(self, tarf, memPath):
fileHdl = tarf.extractfile(memPath)
if not fileHdl: return False
line = fileHdl.readline()
fileHdl.close() # close open-tarfile before any return
if not line: return False
return ('generated by yosys' in line.decode('utf-8').lower())
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import vgl-netlist file INTO existing project.
# The importfile can be a .v; or a .json-with-tar that embeds a .v.
# What is newfile? not used here.
#
# PROMPT to select an existing project is here.
# (Is also a PROMPT to select existing electric lib, but that's within importvgl).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importvglinto(self, newfile, importfile):
# Require existing project location
ppath = ExistingProjectDialog(self, self.get_project_list()).result
if not ppath: return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
pname = os.path.split(ppath)[1]
print( "Importing into existing project: %s" % (pname))
return self.importvgl(newfile, importfile, pname)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import cloudv project as new project.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def install_from_cloudv(self, opath, ppath, pdkname, stdcellname, ydicts):
oname = os.path.split(opath)[1]
pname = os.path.split(ppath)[1]
print('Cloudv project name is ' + str(oname))
print('New project name is ' + str(pname))
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog', exist_ok=True)
vfile = None
isfullchip = False
ipname = oname
# First check for single synthesized projects, or all synthesized
# digital sub-blocks within a full-chip project.
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog/source', exist_ok=True)
bfiles = glob.glob(opath + '/build/*.netlist.v')
for bfile in bfiles:
tname = os.path.split(bfile)[1]
vname = os.path.splitext(os.path.splitext(tname)[0])[0]
tfile = ppath + '/verilog/' + vname + '/' + vname + '.vgl'
print('Making qflow sub-project ' + vname)
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog/' + vname, exist_ok=True)
shutil.copy(bfile, tfile)
if vname == oname:
vfile = tfile
# Each build project gets its own qflow directory. Create the
# source/ subdirectory and make a link back to the .vgl file.
# qflow prep should do the rest.
os.makedirs(ppath + '/qflow', exist_ok=True)
os.makedirs(ppath + '/qflow/' + vname)
os.makedirs(ppath + '/qflow/' + vname + '/source')
# Make sure the symbolic link is relative, so that it is portable
# through a shared project.
curdir = os.getcwd()
os.chdir(ppath + '/qflow/' + vname + '/source')
os.symlink('../../../verilog/' + vname + '/' + vname + '.vgl', vname + '.v')
os.chdir(curdir)
# Create a simple qflow_vars.sh file so that the project manager
# qflow launcher will see it as a qflow sub-project. If the meta.yaml
# file has a "stdcell" entry for the subproject, then add the line
# "techname=" with the name of the standard cell library as pulled
# from meta.yaml.
stdcell = None
buildname = 'build/' + vname + '.netlist.v'
for ydict in ydicts:
if buildname in ydict:
yentry = ydict[buildname]
if 'stdcell' in yentry:
stdcell = yentry['stdcell']
with open(ppath + '/qflow/' + vname + '/qflow_vars.sh', 'w') as ofile:
print('#!/bin/tcsh -f', file=ofile)
if stdcell:
print('set techname=' + stdcell, file=ofile)
# Now check for a full-chip verilog SoC (from CloudV)
modrex = re.compile('[ \t]*module[ \t]+[^ \t(]*_?soc[ \t]*\(')
genmodrex = re.compile('[ \t]*module[ \t]+([^ \t(]+)[ \t]*\(')
bfiles = glob.glob(opath + '/*.model/*.v')
for bfile in bfiles:
tname = os.path.split(bfile)[1]
vpath = os.path.split(bfile)[0]
ipname = os.path.splitext(tname)[0]
tfile = ppath + '/verilog/' + ipname + '.v'
isfullchip = True
break
if isfullchip:
print('Cloudv project IP name is ' + str(ipname))
# All files in */ paths should be copied to project verilog/source/,
# except for the module containing the SoC itself. Note that the actual
# verilog source goes here, not the synthesized netlist, although that is
# mainly for efficiency of the simulation, which would normally be done in
# cloudV and not in Open Galaxy. For Open Galaxy, what is needed is the
# existence of a verilog file containing a module name, which is used to
# track down the various files (LEF, DEF, etc.) that are needed for full-
# chip layout.
#
# (Sept. 2019) Added copying of files in /SW/ -> /sw/ and /Verify/ ->
# /verify/ for running full-chip simulations on the Open Galaxy side.
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog', exist_ok=True)
cfiles = glob.glob(vpath + '/source/*')
for cfile in cfiles:
cname = os.path.split(cfile)[1]
if cname != tname:
tpath = ppath + '/verilog/source/' + cname
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog/source', exist_ok=True)
shutil.copy(cfile, tpath)
cfiles = glob.glob(vpath + '/verify/*')
for cfile in cfiles:
cname = os.path.split(cfile)[1]
tpath = ppath + '/verilog/verify/' + cname
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog/verify', exist_ok=True)
shutil.copy(cfile, tpath)
cfiles = glob.glob(vpath + '/sw/*')
for cfile in cfiles:
cname = os.path.split(cfile)[1]
tpath = ppath + '/verilog/sw/' + cname
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog/sw', exist_ok=True)
shutil.copy(cfile, tpath)
# Read the top-level SoC verilog and recast it for OpenGalaxy.
with open(bfile, 'r') as ifile:
chiplines = ifile.read().splitlines()
# Find the modules used, track them down, and add the source location
# in the Open Galaxy environment as an "include" line in the top level
# verilog.
parentdir = os.path.split(bfile)[0]
modfile = parentdir + '/docs/modules.txt'
modules = []
if os.path.isfile(modfile):
with open(modfile, 'r') as ifile:
modules = ifile.read().splitlines()
else:
print("Warning: No modules.txt file for the chip top level module in "
+ parentdir + "/docs/.\n")
# Get the names of verilog libraries in this PDK.
pdkdir = os.path.realpath(ppath + '/.ef-config/techdir')
pdkvlog = pdkdir + '/libs.ref/verilog'
pdkvlogfiles = glob.glob(pdkvlog + '/*/*.v')
# Read the verilog libraries and create a dictionary mapping each
# module name to a location of the verilog file where it is located.
moddict = {}
for vlogfile in pdkvlogfiles:
with open(vlogfile, 'r') as ifile:
for line in ifile.read().splitlines():
mmatch = genmodrex.match(line)
if mmatch:
modname = mmatch.group(1)
moddict[modname] = vlogfile
# Get the names of verilog libraries in the user IP space.
# (TO DO: Need to know the IP version being used!)
designdir = os.path.split(ppath)[0]
ipdir = designdir + '/ip/'
uservlogfiles = glob.glob(ipdir + '/*/*/verilog/*.v')
for vlogfile in uservlogfiles:
# Strip ipdir from the front
vlogpath = vlogfile.replace(ipdir, '', 1)
with open(vlogfile, 'r') as ifile:
for line in ifile.read().splitlines():
mmatch = genmodrex.match(line)
if mmatch:
modname = mmatch.group(1)
moddict[modname] = vlogpath
# Find all netlist builds from the project (those that were copied above)
buildfiles = glob.glob(ppath + '/verilog/source/*.v')
for vlogfile in buildfiles:
# Strip ipdir from the front
vlogpath = vlogfile.replace(ppath + '/verilog/source/', '', 1)
with open(vlogfile, 'r') as ifile:
for line in ifile.read().splitlines():
mmatch = genmodrex.match(line)
if mmatch:
modname = mmatch.group(1)
moddict[modname] = vlogpath
# (NOTE: removing 'ifndef LVS' as netgen should be able to handle
# the contents of included files, and they are preferred since any
# arrays are declared in each module I/O)
# chiplines.insert(0, '`endif')
chiplines.insert(0, '//--- End of list of included module dependencies ---')
includedfiles = []
for module in modules:
# Determine where this module comes from. Look in the PDK, then in
# the user ip/ directory, then in the local hierarchy. Note that
# the local hierarchy expects layouts from synthesized netlists that
# have not yet been created, so determine the expected location.
if module in moddict:
if moddict[module] not in includedfiles:
chiplines.insert(0, '`include "' + moddict[module] + '"')
includedfiles.append(moddict[module])
# chiplines.insert(0, '`ifndef LVS')
chiplines.insert(0, '//--- List of included module dependencies ---')
chiplines.insert(0, '// iverilog simulation requires the use of -I source -I ~/design/ip')
chiplines.insert(0, '// NOTE: Includes may be rooted at ~/design/ip/ or at ./source')
chiplines.insert(0, '// SoC top level verilog copied and modified by project manager')
# Copy file, but replace the module name "soc" with the ip-name
with open(tfile, 'w') as ofile:
for chipline in chiplines:
print(modrex.sub('module ' + ipname + ' (', chipline), file=ofile)
# Need to define behavior: What if there is more than one netlist?
# Which one is to be imported? For now, ad-hoc behavior is to select
# the last netlist file in the list if no file matches the ip-name.
# Note that for full-chip projects, the full chip verilog file is always
# the last one set.
if not vfile:
try:
vfile = tfile
except:
pass
# NOTE: vfile was being used to create a symbol, but not any more;
# see below. All the above code referencing vfile can probably be
# removed.
try:
sfiles = glob.glob(vpath + '/source/*')
sfiles.extend(glob.glob(vpath + '/*/source/*'))
except:
sfiles = glob.glob(opath + '/*.v')
sfiles.extend(glob.glob(opath + '/*.sv'))
sfiles.extend(glob.glob(opath + '/local/*'))
for fname in sfiles:
sname = os.path.split(fname)[1]
tfile = ppath + '/verilog/source/' + sname
# Reject '.model' and '.soc" files (these are meaningful only to CloudV)
fileext = os.path.splitext(fname)[1]
if fileext == '.model' or fileext == '.soc':
continue
if os.path.isfile(fname):
# Check if /verilog/source/ has been created
if not os.path.isdir(ppath + '/verilog/source'):
os.makedirs(ppath + '/verilog/source')
shutil.copy(fname, tfile)
# Add standard cell library name to project.json
pjsonfile = ppath + '/project.json'
if os.path.exists(pjsonfile):
with open(pjsonfile, 'r') as ifile:
datatop = json.load(ifile)
else:
datatop = self.create_ad_hoc_json(ipname, ppath)
# Generate a symbol in electric for the verilog top module
iconfile = ppath + '/elec/' + ipname + '.delib/' + ipname + '.ic'
if not os.path.exists(iconfile):
# NOTE: Symbols are created by qflow migration for project
# builds. Only the chip top-level needs to run create_symbol
# here.
if isfullchip:
print("Creating symbol for module " + ipname + " automatically from verilog source.")
create_symbol(ppath, vfile, ipname, iconfile, False)
# Add header file
self.create_electric_header_file(ppath, ipname)
dsheet = datatop['data-sheet']
if not stdcellname or stdcellname == "":
dsheet['standard-cell'] = 'default'
else:
dsheet['standard-cell'] = stdcellname
with open(pjsonfile, 'w') as ofile:
json.dump(datatop, ofile, indent = 4)
return 0
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import vgl-netlist AS new project.
# The importfile can be a .v; or a .json-with-tar that embeds a .v.
# What is newfile? not used here.
#
# PROMPT to select an create new project is within importvgl.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importvglas(self, newfile, importfile, seedname):
print('importvglas: seedname is ' + str(seedname))
return self.importvgl(newfile, importfile, newname=None, seedname=seedname)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Utility shared/used by both: Import vgl-netlist file AS or INTO a project.
# Called directly for AS. Called via importvglinto for INTO.
# importfile : source of .v to import, actual .v or json-with-tar that embeds a .v
# newfile : not used
# newname : target project-name (INTO), or None (AS: i.e. prompt to create one).
# Either newname is given: we PROMPT to pick an existing elecLib;
# Else PROMPT for new projectName and CREATE it (and use elecLib of same name).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importvgl(self, newfile, importfile, newname=None, seedname=None):
elecLib = None
isnew = not newname
# Up front: Determine if this import has a .json file associated
# with it. If so, then parse the JSON data to find if there is a
# foundry and node set for the project. If so, then the foundry
# node is not selectable at time of import. Likewise, if "isnew"
# is false, then we need to check if there is a directory called
# "newname" and if it is set to the same foundry node. If not,
# then the import must be rejected.
tarVfile, jName, importnode = self.jsonTarVglImportable(importfile)
if isnew:
print('importvgl: seedname is ' + str(seedname))
# Use create project code first to generate a valid project space.
newname = self.createproject(None, seedname, importnode)
if not newname: return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
print("Importing as new project " + newname + ".")
elecLib = newname
ppath = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
if not elecLib:
choices = self.get_elecLib_list(newname)
if not choices:
print( "Aborted: No existing electric libraries found to import into.")
return 0
elecLib = ExistingElecLibDialog(self, choices).result
if not elecLib:
# Never a just-created project to delete here: We only PROMPT to pick elecLib in non-new case.
return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
# Isolate just electric lib name without extension. ../a/b.delib -> b
elecLib = os.path.splitext(os.path.split(elecLib)[-1])[0]
print("Importing to project: %s, elecLib: %s" % (newname, elecLib))
# Determine isolated *.v as importactual. May be importfile or tar-member (as temp-file).
importactual = importfile
if tarVfile:
importactual = self.jsonTarMember2tempfile(importfile, tarVfile)
print("importing json-with-tar's member: %s" % (tarVfile))
if not os.path.isfile(importactual):
# TODO: should this be a raise instead?
print('Error determining *.v to import')
return None
result = self.vgl_install(importactual, newname, elecLib, newfile, isnew=isnew)
if result == None:
print('Error during install')
return None
elif result == 0:
# Canceled, so do not remove the import
return 0
else:
# If jName is non-NULL then there is a JSON file in the tarball. This is
# to be used as the project JSON file. Contents of file coming from
# CloudV are correct as of 12/8/2017.
pname = os.path.expanduser('~/design/' + newname)
legacyjname = pname + '/' + newname + '.json'
# New behavior 12/2018: Project JSON file always named 'project.json'
jname = pname + '/project.json'
# Do not overwrite an existing JSON file. Overwriting is a problem for
# "import into", as the files go into an existing project, which would
# normally have its own JSON file.
if not os.path.exists(jname) and not os.path.exists(legacyjname):
try:
tarJfile = os.path.split(tarVfile)[0] + '/' + jName + '.json'
importjson = self.jsonTarMember2tempfile(importfile, tarJfile)
except:
jData = self.create_ad_hoc_json(newname, pname)
with open(jname, 'w') as ofile:
json.dump(jData, ofile, indent = 4)
else:
# Copy the temporary file pulled from the tarball and
# remove the temporary file.
shutil.copy(importjson, jname)
os.remove(importjson)
# For time-being, if a tar.gz & json: archive them in the target project, also as extracted.
# Remove original file from imports area (either .v; or .json plus tar)
# plus temp-file if extracted from the tar.
if importactual != importfile:
os.remove(importactual)
pname = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
importd = pname + '/' + archiveimportdir # global: archiveimportdir
os.makedirs(importd, exist_ok=True)
# Dirnames to embed a VISIBLE date (UTC) of when populated.
# TODO: improve dir naming or better way to store & understand later when it was processed (a log?),
# without relying on file-system mtime.
archived = tempfile.mkdtemp( dir=importd, prefix='{:%Y-%m-%d.%H:%M:%S}-'.format(datetime.datetime.utcnow()))
tarname = self.json2targz(importfile)
if tarname:
with tarfile.open(tarname, mode='r:gz') as archive:
for member in archive:
archive.extract(member, archived)
self.moveJsonPlus(importfile, archived)
else:
self.removeJsonPlus(importfile)
return 1 # Success
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Prepare multiline "warning" indicating which files to install already exist.
# TODO: ugly, don't use a simple confirmation dialogue: present a proper table.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def installsConfirmMarkOverwrite(self, module, files):
warning = [ "For import of module: %s," % module ]
anyExists = False
for i in files:
exists = os.path.isfile(os.path.expanduser(i))
if exists: anyExists = True
warning += [ (" * " if exists else " ") + i ]
if anyExists:
titleSuffix = "\nCONFIRM installation of (*: OVERWRITE existing):"
else:
titleSuffix = "\nCONFIRM installation of:"
warning[0] += titleSuffix
return ConfirmInstallDialog(self, "\n".join(warning)).result
def vgl_install(self, importfile, pname, elecLib, newfile, isnew=True):
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Convert the in .v to: spi, cdl, elec-icon, elec-text-view forms.
# TODO: Prompt to confirm final install of 5 files in dir-structure.
#
# newfile: argument is not used. What is it for?
# Target project AND electricLib MAY BE same (pname) or different.
# Rest of the filenames are determined by the module name in the source .v.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
newproject = self.projectdir + '/' + pname
try:
p = subprocess.run(['/ef/apps/bin/vglImport', importfile, pname, elecLib],
stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE,
check=True, universal_newlines=True)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
if hasattr(e, 'stdout') and e.stdout: print(e.stdout)
if hasattr(e, 'stderr') and e.stderr: print(e.stderr)
print('Error running vglImport: ' + str(e))
if isnew == True: shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
else:
dataLines = p.stdout.splitlines()
if p.stderr:
# Print error messages to console
for i in p.stderr.splitlines(): print(i)
if not dataLines or len(dataLines) != 11:
print('Error: vglImport has no output, or wrong #outputs (%d vs 11)' % len(dataLines))
if isnew == True: shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return None
else:
module = dataLines[0]
confirm = self.installsConfirmMarkOverwrite(module, dataLines[2::2])
if not confirm:
print("Cancelled")
if isnew == True: shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return 0
# print("Proceed")
clean = dataLines[1:]
nbr = len(dataLines)
ndx = 1
# trap I/O errors and clean-up if any
try:
while ndx+1 < nbr:
trg = os.path.expanduser(dataLines[ndx+1])
os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(trg), exist_ok=True)
shutil.move(dataLines[ndx], trg)
ndx += 2
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
for i in clean:
with contextlib.suppress(FileNotFoundError): os.remove(i)
if isnew == True: shutil.rmtree(newproject)
return 0
print( "For import of module %s installed: %s" % (module, " ".join(dataLines[2::2])))
return 1 # Success
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Callback function from "Import Into" button on imports list box.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importintodesign(self, value):
if not value['values']:
print('No import selected.')
return
# Stop the watchdog timer while this is going on
self.watchclock.stop()
newname = value['text']
importfile = value['values'][0]
print('Import project name: ' + newname + '')
print('Import file name: ' + importfile + '')
# Behavior depends on what kind of file is being imported.
# Tarballs are entire projects. Other files are individual
# files and may be imported into new or existing projects
if os.path.isdir(importfile):
print('File is a project, must import as new project.')
result = self.import2project(importfile, addWarn='Redirected: A projectDir must Import-As new project.')
else:
ext = os.path.splitext(importfile)[1]
vFile, jName, importnode = self.jsonTarVglImportable(importfile)
if ((ext == '.json' and vFile) or ext == '.v'):
result = self.importvglinto(newname, importfile)
elif ext == '.json':
# Same behavior as "Import As", at least for now
print('File is a project, must import as new project.')
result = self.importjson(newname, importfile)
else:
result = self.importspiceinto(newname, importfile)
if result:
self.update_project_views(force=True)
self.watchclock.restart()
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Callback function from "Import As" button on imports list box.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
def importdesign(self, value):
if not value['values']:
print('No import selected.')
return
# Stop the watchdog timer while this is going on
self.watchclock.stop()
newname = value['text']
importfile = value['values'][0]
print('Import project name: ' + newname)
print('Import file name: ' + importfile)
# Behavior depends on what kind of file is being imported.
# Tarballs are entire projects. Other files are individual
# files and may be imported into new or existing projects
if os.path.isdir(importfile):
result = self.import2project(importfile)
else:
pathext = os.path.splitext(importfile)
vfile, seedname, importnode = self.jsonTarVglImportable(importfile)
if ((pathext[1] == '.json' and seedname) or pathext[1] == '.v'):
result = self.importvglas(newname, importfile, seedname)
elif pathext[1] == '.json':
result = self.importjson(newname, importfile)
else:
result = self.importspice(newname, importfile)
if result:
self.update_project_views(force=True)
self.watchclock.restart()
def deleteimport(self, value):
if not value['values']:
print('No import selected.')
return
print("Delete import " + value['text'] + ' ' + value['values'][0] + " !")
# Require confirmation
warning = 'Confirm delete import ' + value['text'] + '?'
confirm = ProtectedConfirmDialog(self, warning).result
if not confirm == 'okay':
return
print('Delete confirmed!')
item = value['values'][0]
if not os.path.islink(item) and os.path.isdir(item):
shutil.rmtree(item)
return
os.remove(item)
ext = os.path.splitext(item)
# Where import is a pair of .json and .tar.gz files, remove both.
if ext[1] == '.json':
if os.path.exists(ext[0] + '.tar.gz'):
os.remove(ext[0] + '.tar.gz')
elif os.path.exists(ext[0] + '.tgz'):
os.remove(ext[0] + '.tgz')
def update_project_views(self, force=False):
# More than updating project views, this updates projects, imports, and
# IP libraries.
projectlist = self.get_project_list()
self.projectselect.repopulate(projectlist)
pdklist = self.get_pdk_list(projectlist)
self.projectselect.populate2("PDK", projectlist, pdklist)
'''
old_imports = self.number_of_imports
importlist = self.get_import_list()
self.importselect.repopulate(importlist)
valuelist = self.importselect.getvaluelist()
datelist = self.get_date_list(valuelist)
itemlist = self.importselect.getlist()
self.importselect.populate2("date", itemlist, datelist)
# To do: Check if itemlist in imports changed, and open if a new import
# has arrived.
if force or (old_imports != None) and (old_imports < self.number_of_imports):
self.import_open()
iplist = self.get_library_list()
self.ipselect.repopulate(iplist, versioning=True)
valuelist = self.ipselect.getvaluelist()
datelist = self.get_date_list(valuelist)
itemlist = self.ipselect.getlist()
self.ipselect.populate2("date", itemlist, datelist)
'''
def update_alert(self):
# Project manager has been updated. Generate an alert window and
# provide option to restart the project manager.
warning = 'Project manager app has been updated. Restart now?'
confirm = ConfirmDialog(self, warning).result
if not confirm == 'okay':
print('Warning: Must quit and restart to get any fixes or updates.')
return
os.execl('/ef/efabless/opengalaxy/project_manager.py', 'appsel_zenity.sh')
# Does not return; replaces existing process.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Delete a project from the design folder.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
def deleteproject(self, value):
if not value['values']:
print('No project selected.')
return
path = value['values'][0]
print('Delete project ' + value['values'][0])
# Require confirmation
warning = 'Confirm delete entire project ' + value['text'] + '?'
confirm = ProtectedConfirmDialog(self, warning).result
if not confirm == 'okay':
return
if os.path.islink(path):
os.unlink(path)
self.update_project_views()
else:
shutil.rmtree(value['values'][0])
if ('subcells' in path):
self.update_project_views()
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Clean out the simulation folder. Traditionally this was named
# 'ngspice', so this is checked for backward-compatibility. The
# proper name of the simulation directory is 'simulation'.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
def cleanproject(self, value):
if not value['values']:
print('No project selected.')
return
ppath = value['values'][0]
print('Clean simulation raw data from directory ' + ppath)
# Require confirmation
warning = 'Confirm clean project ' + value['text'] + ' contents?'
confirm = ConfirmDialog(self, warning).result
if not confirm == 'okay':
return
else:
self.clean(ppath)
def clean(self, ppath):
if os.path.isdir(ppath + '/simulation'):
simpath = 'simulation'
elif os.path.isdir(ppath + '/ngspice'):
simpath = 'ngspice'
else:
print('Project has no simulation folder.')
return
filelist = os.listdir(ppath + '/' + simpath)
for sfile in filelist:
if os.path.splitext(sfile)[1] == '.raw':
os.remove(ppath + '/ngspice/' + sfile)
print('Project simulation folder cleaned.')
# Also clean the log file
filelist = os.listdir(ppath)
for sfile in filelist:
if os.path.splitext(sfile)[1] == '.log':
os.remove(ppath + '/' + sfile)
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Determine which schematic editors are compatible with the PDK, and return a list of them.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
def list_valid_schematic_editors(self, pdktechdir):
# Check PDK technology directory for xcircuit, xschem, and electric
applist = []
if os.path.exists(pdktechdir + '/elec'):
applist.append('electric')
if os.path.exists(pdktechdir + '/xschem'):
applist.append('xschem')
if os.path.exists(pdktechdir + '/xcircuit'):
applist.append('xcircuit')
return applist
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Determine which layout editors are compatible with the PDK, and return a list of them.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
def list_valid_layout_editors(self, pdktechdir):
# Check PDK technology directory for magic and klayout
applist = []
if os.path.exists(pdktechdir + '/magic'):
applist.append('magic')
if os.path.exists(pdktechdir + '/klayout'):
applist.append('klayout')
return applist
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create a new project folder and initialize it (see below for steps)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
def createproject(self, value, seedname=None, importnode=None):
global currdesign
# Note: value is current selection, if any, and is ignored
# Require new project location and confirmation
badrex1 = re.compile("^\.")
badrex2 = re.compile(".*[/ \t\n\\\><\*\?].*")
warning = 'Create new project:'
print(warning)
development = self.prefs['development']
# Find out whether the user wants to create a subproject or project
parent_pdk = ''
try:
with open(os.path.expanduser(currdesign), 'r') as f:
pdirCur = f.read().rstrip()
if ('subcells' in pdirCur):
# subproject is selected
parent_path = os.path.split(os.path.split(pdirCur)[0])[0]
pdkdir = self.get_pdk_dir(parent_path, path=True)
(foundry, foundry_name, node, desc, status) = self.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
parent_pdk = foundry + '/' + node
warning = 'Create new subproject in '+ parent_path + ':'
elif (pdirCur[0] == '.'):
# the project's 'subproject' of itself is selected
parent_path = pdirCur[1:]
pdkdir = self.get_pdk_dir(parent_path, path=True)
(foundry, foundry_name, node, desc, status) = self.pdkdir2fnd( pdkdir )
parent_pdk = foundry + '/' + node
warning = 'Create new subproject in '+ parent_path + ':'
except:
pass
while True:
try:
if seedname:
newname, newpdk = NewProjectDialog(self, warning, seed=seedname, importnode=importnode, development=development, parent_pdk=parent_pdk).result
else:
newname, newpdk = NewProjectDialog(self, warning, seed='', importnode=importnode, development=development, parent_pdk=parent_pdk).result
except TypeError:
# TypeError occurs when "Cancel" is pressed, just handle exception.
return None
if not newname:
return None # Canceled, no action.
if parent_pdk == '':
newproject = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
else:
newproject = parent_path + '/subcells/' + newname
if self.blacklisted(newname):
warning = newname + ' is not allowed for a project name.'
elif badrex1.match(newname):
warning = 'project name may not start with "."'
elif badrex2.match(newname):
warning = 'project name contains illegal characters or whitespace.'
elif os.path.exists(newproject):
warning = newname + ' is already a project name.'
else:
break
if parent_pdk !='' and not os.path.isdir(parent_path + '/subcells'):
os.makedirs(parent_path + '/subcells')
try:
subprocess.Popen([config.apps_path + '/create_project.py', newproject, newpdk]).wait()
# Show subproject in project view
if parent_pdk != '':
self.update_project_views()
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
return None
except:
print('Error making project.')
return None
return newname
'''
# Find what tools are compatible with the given PDK
schemapps = self.list_valid_schematic_editors(newpdk + '/libs.tech')
layoutapps = self.list_valid_layout_editors(newpdk + '/libs.tech')
print('New project name will be ' + newname + '.')
print('Associated project PDK is ' + newpdk + '.')
try:
os.makedirs(newproject)
# Make standard folders
if 'magic' in layoutapps:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/mag')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi/pex')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/spi/lvs')
if 'electric' in layoutapps or 'electric' in schemapps:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/elec')
if 'xcircuit' in schemapps:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/xcirc')
if 'klayout' in schemapps:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/klayout')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice/run')
if 'electric' in schemapps:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice/run/.allwaves')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/testbench')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/verilog')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/verilog/source')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/.ef-config')
if 'xschem' in schemapps:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/xschem')
pdkname = os.path.split(newpdk)[1]
# Symbolic links
os.symlink(newpdk, newproject + '/.ef-config/techdir')
# Copy preferences
# deskel = '/ef/efabless/deskel'
#
# Copy examples (disabled; this is too confusing to the end user. Also, they
# should not be in user space at all, as they are not user editable.
#
# for item in os.listdir(deskel + '/exlibs'):
# shutil.copytree(deskel + '/exlibs/' + item, newproject + '/elec/' + item)
# for item in os.listdir(deskel + '/exmag'):
# if os.path.splitext(item)[1] == '.mag':
# shutil.copy(deskel + '/exmag/' + item, newproject + '/mag/' + item)
# Put tool-specific startup files into the appropriate user directories.
if 'electric' in layoutapps or 'electric' in schemapps:
self.reinitElec(newproject) # [re]install elec/.java, elec/LIBDIRS if needed, from pdk-specific if-any
# Set up electric
self.create_electric_header_file(newproject, newname)
if 'magic' in layoutapps:
shutil.copy(newpdk + '/libs.tech/magic/' + pdkname + '.magicrc', newproject + '/mag/.magicrc')
if 'xcircuit' in schemapps:
xcircrc = newpdk + '/libs.tech/xcircuit/' + pdkname + '.' + 'xcircuitrc'
xcircrc2 = newpdk + '/libs.tech/xcircuit/xcircuitrc'
if os.path.exists(xcircrc):
shutil.copy(xcircrc, newproject + '/xcirc/.xcircuitrc')
elif os.path.exists(xcircrc2):
shutil.copy(xcircrc2, newproject + '/xcirc/.xcircuitrc')
if 'xschem' in schemapps:
xschemrc = newpdk + '/libs.tech/xschem/xschemrc'
if os.path.exists(xschemrc):
shutil.copy(xschemrc, newproject + '/xschem/xschemrc')
spinit = newpdk + '/libs.tech/ngpsice/spinit'
if os.path.exists(spinit):
shutil.copy(spinit, newproject + '/xschem/.spiceinit')
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
return None
return newname
'''
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Import a CloudV project from ~/cloudv/<project_name>
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
def cloudvimport(self, value):
# Require existing project location
clist = self.get_cloudv_project_list()
if not clist:
return 0 # No projects to import
ppath = ExistingProjectDialog(self, clist, warning="Enter name of cloudV project to import:").result
if not ppath:
return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
pname = os.path.split(ppath)[1]
print("Importing CloudV project " + pname)
importnode = None
stdcell = None
netlistfile = None
# Pull process and standard cell library from the YAML file created by
# CloudV. NOTE: YAML file has multiple documents, so must use
# yaml.load_all(), not yaml.load(). If there are refinements of this
# process for individual build files, they will override (see further down).
# To do: Check entries for SoC builds. If there are multiple SoC builds,
# then create an additional drop-down selection to choose one, since only
# one SoC build can exist as a single Open Galaxy project. Get the name
# of the top-level module for the SoC. (NOTE: It may not be intended
# that there can be multiple SoC builds in the project, so for now retaining
# the existing parsing assuming default names.)
if os.path.exists(ppath + '/.ef-config/meta.yaml'):
print("Reading YAML file:")
ydicts = []
with open(ppath + '/.ef-config/meta.yaml', 'r') as ifile:
yalldata = yaml.load_all(ifile, Loader=yaml.Loader)
for ydict in yalldata:
ydicts.append(ydict)
for ydict in ydicts:
for yentry in ydict.values():
if 'process' in yentry:
importnode = yentry['process']
# If there is a file ().soc and a directory ().model, then pull the file
# ().model/().model.v, which is a chip top-level netlist.
ydicts = []
has_soc = False
save_vdir = None
vdirs = glob.glob(ppath + '/*')
for vdir in vdirs:
vnameparts = vdir.split('.')
if len(vnameparts) > 1 and vnameparts[-1] == 'soc' and os.path.isdir(vdir):
has_soc = True
if len(vnameparts) > 1 and vnameparts[-1] == 'model':
save_vdir = vdir
if has_soc:
if save_vdir:
vdir = save_vdir
print("INFO: CloudV project " + vdir + " is a full chip SoC project.")
vroot = os.path.split(vdir)[1]
netlistfile = vdir + '/' + vroot + '.v'
if os.path.exists(netlistfile):
print("INFO: CloudV chip top level verilog is " + netlistfile + ".")
else:
print("ERROR: Expected SoC .model directory not found.")
# Otherwise, if the project has a build/ directory and a netlist.v file,
# then set the foundry node accordingly.
elif os.path.exists(ppath + '/build'):
vfiles = glob.glob(ppath + '/build/*.v')
for vfile in vfiles:
vroot = os.path.splitext(vfile)[0]
if os.path.splitext(vroot)[1] == '.netlist':
netlistfile = ppath + '/build/' + vfile
# Pull process and standard cell library from the YAML file
# created by CloudV
# Use yaml.load_all(), not yaml.load() (see above)
if os.path.exists(ppath + '/.ef-config/meta.yaml'):
print("Reading YAML file:")
ydicts = []
with open(ppath + '/.ef-config/meta.yaml', 'r') as ifile:
yalldata = yaml.load_all(ifile, Loader=yaml.Loader)
for ydict in yalldata:
ydicts.append(ydict)
for ydict in ydicts:
for yentry in ydict.values():
if 'process' in yentry:
importnode = yentry['process']
if 'stdcell' in yentry:
stdcell = yentry['stdcell']
break
if importnode:
print("INFO: Project targets foundry process " + importnode + ".")
else:
print("WARNING: Project does not target any foundry process.")
newname = self.createproject(value, seedname=pname, importnode=importnode)
if not newname: return 0 # Canceled in dialog, no action.
newpath = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
result = self.install_from_cloudv(ppath, newpath, importnode, stdcell, ydicts)
if result == None:
print('Error during import.')
return None
elif result == 0:
return 0 # Canceled
else:
return 1 # Success
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Make a copy of a project in the design folder.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
def copyproject(self, value):
if not value['values']:
print('No project selected.')
return
# Require copy-to location and confirmation
badrex1 = re.compile("^\.")
badrex2 = re.compile(".*[/ \t\n\\\><\*\?].*")
warning = 'Copy project ' + value['text'] + ' to new project.'
print('Copy project directory ' + value['values'][0])
newname = ''
copylist = []
elprefs = False
spprefs = False
while True:
copylist = CopyProjectDialog(self, warning, seed=newname).result
if not copylist:
return # Canceled, no action.
else:
newname = copylist[0]
elprefs = copylist[1]
spprefs = copylist[2]
newproject = self.projectdir + '/' + newname
if self.blacklisted(newname):
warning = newname + ' is not allowed for a project name.'
elif newname == "":
warning = 'Please enter a project name.'
elif badrex1.match(newname):
warning = 'project name may not start with "."'
elif badrex2.match(newname):
warning = 'project name contains illegal characters or whitespace.'
elif os.path.exists(newproject):
warning = newname + ' is already a project name.'
else:
break
oldpath = value['values'][0]
oldname = os.path.split(oldpath)[1]
patterns = [oldname + '.log']
if not elprefs:
patterns.append('.java')
if not spprefs:
patterns.append('ngspice')
patterns.append('pv')
print("New project name will be " + newname)
try:
if os.path.islink(oldpath):
os.symlink(oldpath, newproject)
else:
shutil.copytree(oldpath, newproject, symlinks = True,
ignore = shutil.ignore_patterns(*patterns))
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + str(e))
return
# NOTE: Behavior is for project files to depend on "project_name". Using
# the project filename as a project name is a fallback behavior. If
# there is a info.yaml file, and it defines a project_name entry, then
# there is no need to make changes within the project. If there is
# no info.yaml file, then create one and set the project_name entry to
# the old project name, which avoids the need to make changes within
# the project.
else:
# Check info.yaml
yamlname = newproject + '/info.yaml'
found = False
if os.path.isfile(yamlname):
# Pull the project_name into local store (may want to do this with the
# datasheet as well)
with open(yamlname, 'r') as f:
datatop = yaml.safe_load(f)
if 'project_name' in datatop['project']:
found = True
if not found:
pdkdir = self.get_pdk_dir(newproject, path=True)
yData = self.create_yaml(oldname, pdkdir)
with open(newproject + '/info.yaml', 'w') as ofile:
print('---',file=ofile)
yaml.dump(yData, ofile)
# If ngspice and electric prefs were not copied from the source
# to the target, as recommended, then copy these from the
# skeleton repository as is done when creating a new project.
if not spprefs:
try:
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice/run')
os.makedirs(newproject + '/ngspice/run/.allwaves')
except FileExistsError:
pass
'''
if not elprefs:
# Copy preferences
deskel = '/ef/efabless/deskel'
try:
shutil.copytree(deskel + '/dotjava', newproject + '/elec/.java', symlinks = True)
except IOError as e:
print('Error copying files: ' + e)
'''
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Allow the user to choose the flow of the project
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
def startflow(self, value):
projectpath = value['values'][0]
flow = ''
warning = 'Select a flow for '+value['text']
is_subproject = False
try:
with open(os.path.expanduser(currdesign), 'r') as f:
pdirCur = f.read().rstrip()
if ('subcells' in pdirCur):
# subproject is selected
is_subproject = True
except:
pass
if not os.path.exists(projectpath + '/info.yaml'):
project_pdkdir = self.get_pdk_dir(projectpath, path=True)
data = self.create_yaml(os.path.split(projectpath)[1], project_pdkdir)
with open(projectpath + '/info.yaml', 'w') as ofile:
print('---',file=ofile)
yaml.dump(data, ofile)
# Read yaml file for the selected flow
with open(projectpath + '/info.yaml','r') as f:
data = yaml.safe_load(f)
project = data['project']
if 'flow' in project.keys() and project['flow']=='none' or 'flow' not in project.keys():
while True:
try:
flow = SelectFlowDialog(self, warning, seed='', is_subproject = is_subproject).result
except TypeError:
# TypeError occurs when "Cancel" is pressed, just handle exception.
return None
if not flow:
return None # Canceled, no action.
break
project['flow']=flow
data['project']=project
with open(projectpath + '/info.yaml', 'w') as ofile:
print('---',file=ofile)
yaml.dump(data, ofile)
else:
flow = project['flow']
print("Starting "+flow+" flow...")