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    Tutu Ajayi
    @tajayi
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    Tutu Ajayi
    @tajayi
    Please feel free to post any generate questions, comments and feedback. Thanks
    kareefardi
    @kareefardi
    Hello, I am interested to know more about the flow the scripts used etc..
    Are there some sort of docs available?
    Thanks
    Abdelrahman
    @abdelrahmanhosny

    Hi @kareefardi
    Your starting point is https://github.com/The-OpenROAD-Project/alpha-release/tree/develop/flow#running-the-flow

    It also has links to other README files that you might be interested in.

    yrrapt
    @yrrapt
    Hey, I'm trying to setup a process/platform but I can't seem to find any documentation on the tracks.info file format
    it appears to be some combination of widths, pitches and offsets but it's not immediately clear how the different layer routing directions interact
    is there some info someone could point me to?
    thanks in advance
    Tutu Ajayi
    @tajayi
    @yrrapt Some of the information can be found in the Resizer readme
    What I've typically done is to reference the pitch and offset information in the technology lef
    yrrapt
    @yrrapt
    @tajayi that's great thanks, looks like the info I need
    I was thinking since I'm going through the process of setting up a technology it might be worth me documenting it in a step by step guide which others could use in the future. Is this something you'd welcome and if so where would be the best place to put the info? A README in alpha-release/flow/platforms?
    Tutu Ajayi
    @tajayi
    @yrrapt Yes please! Any contributions and documentation (or fixes to existing documentation) is welcome. Depending on how long it is we can add it to this page (https://github.com/The-OpenROAD-Project/alpha-release/blob/master/flow/README.md) or create a new page (as you've suggested) and link from there. Thanks
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    Hi, all. OpenROAD looks like a very exciting WIP. Step 2 of https://github.com/The-OpenROAD-Project/alpha-release/tree/develop/flow "Running the Flow" is "An OpenROAD release must be setup to run the tests. More info in the build README". "README" is a broken link. So, 1) where is this supposed to point, and 2) is this flow ready to try?
    Abdelrahman
    @abdelrahmanhosny
    Hi @stevehoover
    Please, refer to the master branch at https://github.com/The-OpenROAD-Project/alpha-release/tree/master/flow
    The develop branch is .. still being developed :)
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    :) thx
    SupersonicMike
    @SupersonicMike
    Has anyone had luck getting the public cloud version working? I can't even log in.
    Abdelrahman
    @abdelrahmanhosny
    Hi @SupersonicMike
    Can you send me a screenshot of the error you see?
    SupersonicMike
    @SupersonicMike
    Hi @abdelrahmanhosny I don't get an error, after I click log on it takes me back to the login page
    Abdelrahman
    @abdelrahmanhosny
    Sorry for the late response. Can you start from the home page https://flow.theopenroadproject.org/ to create an account (using the Get Started Button), not the login page directly. I reported the issue with the login page that does not give a proper error message.
    Fatsie
    @Fatsie_gitlab
    In the documentation on the Cloud Flow there is reference to the template repository but I can't access that repository.
    The same for the RISCV example.
    kareefardi
    @kareefardi
    Agree with @Fatsie_gitlab the template repository is not accessible.
    kareefardi
    @kareefardi
    I get the following cloud error running AES example:
    make: *** [/openroad-sandbox/d8e38a12-3211-4eb8-98cf-80d3e0e9a4c0/flow_output/results/route.guide] Error 1
    [WARNING] Failed to open file /openroad-sandbox/d8e38a12-3211-4eb8-98cf-80d3e0e9a4c0/flow_output/objects/../../..//openroad-sandbox/d8e38a12-3211-4eb8-98cf-80d3e0e9a4c0/flow_output/tech/merged_padded.lef
    Abdelrahman
    @abdelrahmanhosny
    Hi @Fatsie_gitlab and @kareefardi
    Thanks for your interesting in trying the flow. I added a reply to the issue on GitHub: abdelrahmanhosny/FlowRunnerAESExample#2
    kareefardi
    @kareefardi
    Hello, @abdelrahmanhosny Thank you for you reply. I am sorry I missed replying back, unfortunately I am busy at the moment and will be unable to contribute. However, I will make sure to report any other issues I find.
    I have a question regarding tritonCTS. I wanted to know what does the argument percentile refer to.
    Also In general CTS docs and readme(s) are slightly outdated.