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Summary Timing-gen is a tool to generate high quality Postscript timing diagrams from text input files. Timing-gen comes with a simple simulator (nanosim) to help a user to prove his concept during the design phase. It has many features, such as adding offsets from clock, slew rates, meta states, multi-clocks, parameter measurements, cause and effect arrows, etc. to make diagrams look like ones in many device data sheets. It also has many options, such as colors, filling patterns, text fonts and sizes for better presentation and documentation. It generates a Postscript file (.eps) as the final output. It also creates a Tk file (.tk) and an xfig file (.fig) as intermediate files. Requirement Perl5 transfig libclone-perl Timing-gen uses fig2dev program (in transfig) to convert its output file to Postscript format (or any others). Currently, timing-gen uses libclone for perl (libclone-perl) to copy its internal data structures. This requirement is plan to be removed in the near future. Files timing-gen perl script to generate timing diagrams in xfig format file. timing-gen-viewer an optional tk tool to see the output diagram immediately. doc Directory under construction. A preliminary version of Reference manual (html) is available. A preliminary version of Tutorial (html) is available. sample Directory .tdg is timing-gen input file. .eps is corresponding output result. features.tdg demonstrate many features supported by timing-gen. Invocation timing-gen <input file> or timing-gen-gui <input file> Project page Contact
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