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Reading the DRC Runsets documentation, I see the examples all use the "raw" layer specification (layer/datatype):
layer = input(1, 0)
layer2 = layer
layer = layer.sized(0.0)
Now I have just gone and made a nice fat layertable (.lyp) that has all (188) layers named uniquely per (used) layer/datatype pair. This includes Tanner meta-layers which I am trying to stick with, in translating the Tanner DRC deck. I would like to use the same "human readable" names for layers, if this is supported. But the syntax for so-doing, I do not find (unless this here, shows it?):
w = width(layer, 0.2)
output(w, "width violations")
Question1: is output(100,0) the same as output("width violations") if the layer named "width violations" exists and is defined as 100/0@1?
Question 1b: is "width violations" a layer, or something else (like a report-section label)?
Question2: Has anybody here got interesting examples of runsets that work, and exercise "most of what DRC usually does"? Getting from textbook to runs-clean code, like?