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buddha1987
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What is mean of "group" and "endpoint" in "number of paths per group" and "number of paths per endpoint"?

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When I open the report timing tab after I opened the design, I can see the path limits (as attachment). I have two questions:

 

1. For the setting about "number of paths per group". What is the "group" here ? Does the pair of a source (launch) clock and destination (latch) clock determine a group?

 

2. For the setting about "number of  paths per endpoint". Is the endpoint a destination register? If I set the number as "2", I will see 2 paths that has the same destination register, right?

 

Thanks.

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graces
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1. The destination clock determines a path group.

2. That's correct.

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graces
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1. The destination clock determines a path group.

2. That's correct.

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buddha1987
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Thanks, graces.
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