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sarit8
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Timimg report summary - can I get the timing report according the destination of the path?

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I know that there is option to get the timing report according the source of the path, but is there option to get it by the destination?

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arpansur
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Hi @sarit8,

 

Sorry for the typo:

It's report_timing -to [get_pins {<pin name>}] -delay_type min_max -max_paths 10 -sort_by group -input_pins -name timing_1

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Arpan
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arpansur
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Hi @sarit8,

 

Please try similar to below command:

report_timing -to [get_pins {<pin name>}] -delay_type min_max -max_paths 10 -sort_by_group -input_pins -name timing_1

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Arpan
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sarit8
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I tried, and get  Unknown option '-sort_by_group', please type 'report_timing -help' for usage info.

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arpansur
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Hi @sarit8,

 

Sorry for the typo:

It's report_timing -to [get_pins {<pin name>}] -delay_type min_max -max_paths 10 -sort_by group -input_pins -name timing_1

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Arpan
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yashp
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Refer UG 835 to understand more about how you can use the TCL commands in different and customized way.

Also you can use the same in GUI report and this will give exact command for TCL usage.

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Yash
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