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    What are the meaings of the following Calibre warnings

    Hi,

    What do the following warnings mean in Calibre ?

    - WARNING: Cell <cell name> is referenced but not defined. Empty cell used

    - WARNING: Cell <cell name> already exists, will overwrite

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    Re: What are the meaings of the following Calibre warnings

    don't know anything about calibre
    taking a stab in the dark

    WARNING: Cell <cell name> is referenced but not defined. Empty cell used
    you used a cell name that was not previously defined.
    such as putting a variable in an equation when you did not specify anything about the variable earlier

    WARNING: Cell <cell name> already exists, will overwrite
    this seems like you defined the same variable name (cell name) twice

    both or either may be the result of a misspelled cell name



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    Re: What are the meaings of the following Calibre warnings

    Quote Originally Posted by aditya1579 View Post
    Hi,

    What do the following warnings mean in Calibre ?

    - WARNING: Cell <cell name> is referenced but not defined. Empty cell used

    - WARNING: Cell <cell name> already exists, will overwrite

    Thanks,
    Aditya
    Assuming you are using calibre for DRC, these errors happen when you generate broken GDS. Maybe the reason is a library is missing, maybe the reasons is two libraries have cells with the same name.
    Really, I am not Sam.



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