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Parsing Syntax error in conformal LEC

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Richa Verma

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Hi

I am getting following error while performing LEC with Cadence conformal.

Error: PARSE_ERROR: Parsing syntax error
// Missing a left parenthesis in an instantiation statement

The line of code for which this error is shown is :
Code:
localparam                     MC_AUXM          = (MC_AUX == 0) ? 1 : MC_AUX ;

NOTE: before giving error, conformal showed following warning.

Identifier 'localparam' is a Verilog 2001 keyword

Code is compiled correctly with ncsim and did not show any syntax error also, after reviewing code throughly I do not find any need to add parenthesis.

Thanks in Advance!
Richa
 

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Could you post whole RTL code and also LEC command you use to compile file? Standalone code seems to look fine.
 

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Hi kornukhin
Could you post whole RTL code and also LEC command you use to compile file? Standalone code seems to look fine.

LEC command to compile file and do file:
Code:
bsub -Is -q long -P pictus /sw/cadence/conformal/111usr1/lnx86/bin/lec_64 -lpgxl -nogui -dofile rtc.do

//****************************************************//
// do file : conformal command script
//****************************************************//

// set log file
set log file lec.log -replace

// read golden file which which revised file needs to be compared
read design -verilog -gold -f file_list_old_rgm  

// read revised file
read design -verilog -rev -f file_list_rgm 


// set LEC mode
// Conformal has two operating modes//
// 1 : Setup mode //
// 2 : LEC mode //
set sys mode lec

report unmapped points

add compare points -all
compare

report compare data

exit

RTL code:
Code:
  localparam                     MC_AUXM          = (MC_AUX == 0) ? 1 : MC_AUX ;
  parameter   [(16*MC_AUXM)-1:0] AUXCLK_SRC_AVAIL = {MC_AUXM{16'hffff}} ;
  parameter   [(24*MC_AUXM)-1:0] MC_ADIV_WIDTH    = {MC_AUXM{24'h444444}} ;
  parameter   [(24*MC_AUXM)-1:0] MC_AFRA_WIDTH    = {MC_AUXM{24'haaaaaa}} ;
  parameter    [(6*MC_AUXM)-1:0] MC_ADIV_DEF_EN   = {MC_AUXM{6'h3f}} ;
  parameter   [(78*MC_AUXM)-1:0] MC_ADIV_DEF_DIV  = {MC_AUXM{78'b0}} ;
  parameter    [(6*MC_AUXM)-1:0] MC_ADIV_DE_RO    = {MC_AUXM{6'h00}} ;
  parameter        [MC_AUXM-1:0] MC_ADIV_ALIGN    = {MC_AUXM{1'b0}} ;
        
  parameter                      MC_PCS_PRECISION = 20 ;
  parameter                [0:0] MC_AXBS_HALT_EN = 1'b0;
  
  localparam                     SIMPLE_CLK_MUX = 2'b00;
  localparam                      MC_SDIV_TRIGR_EN = 1'b1 ; 
  localparam        [MC_AUXM-1:0] MC_ADIV_TRIGR_EN = {MC_AUXM{1'b1}} ;

To debug, I commented the first localparam and re-ran the LEC. But, the same error popped up for next localparam.
 

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"Identifier 'localparam' is a Verilog 2001 keyword" should tell you what the problem is. Try:

read design -verilog2k

Instead of:

read design -verilog
 

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If read design -verilog2k doesn't solve the problem, just read the Conformal User Reference manual (it is just 15 min work). There you'll get a variety of options and choose the right one.
 

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"Identifier 'localparam' is a Verilog 2001 keyword" should tell you what the problem is. Try:

read design -verilog2k

Instead of:

read design -verilog

Thanks jbeniston
This solved my problem! :)
 

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