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calibreview can not find library during back annotation

Question asked by yguo1235 on Jul 25, 2018

Dear all,

 

This question has been posted in 2015 but still doesn't have a clear solution so I post it again.

This problem comes out after I run the PEX to extract the parasite RC and the LVS runs fine.

Here is the log says:

 

 

RUNNING PEX back-annotation...

//  Calibre FDI  v2015.2_36.27 Wed Jul 1 07:45:28 PDT 2015

//

//                  Copyright Mentor Graphics Corporation 2008-2015

//                             All Rights Reserved.

//         THIS WORK CONTAINS TRADE SECRET AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

//             WHICH IS THE PROPERTY OF MENTOR GRAPHICS CORPORATION

//               OR ITS LICENSORS AND IS SUBJECT TO LICENSE TERMS.

//

//  Mentor Graphics software executing under x86-64 Linux

//  64 bit virtual addressing enabled

//

//         This software is in pre-production form and is considered to be

//         beta code that is subject to the terms of the current Mentor

//         Graphics End-User License Agreement or your signed agreement

//         with Mentor Graphics that contains beta terms, whichever applies.

//

//  Running on Linux peter 2.6.32-754.2.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Jul 13 12:50:12 UTC 2018 x86_64

INFO: Parsing command line arguments...

INFO: License checked out successfully for calibreqdb.

INFO: Parsing cellmap file...

INFO: Executing back annotation...

ERROR: The library tsmc18rf can not be found.

 

So how to solve it?

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