How to get rid of the "What's new" pop-up window on icfb

Discussion in 'Cadence' started by Hannes, May 14, 2010.

  1. Hannes

    Hannes Guest

    Hi,

    despite I add the line

    ddserv showWhat'sNew string "5.1"

    in my .cdsenv, i am still getting the what's new window, when starting icfb.

    I tried also

    ddserv showWhatsNew string "5.1"

    ddserv showWhatsNew string "no"
    ddserv showWhatsNew string nil


    It is not working.

    Can anybody help me.

    Thanks and best regard

    Hannes
     
    Hannes, May 14, 2010
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  2. Hannes

    Tarek Guest

    I have the following in my .cdsenv and don't get any whats new popups
    in icfb or ADE

    ddserv showWhatsNew string "5.1"
    asimenv showWhatsNew string "5.1.0"
     
    Tarek, May 14, 2010
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  3. Hannes

    I-F AB Guest

    Hi,

    I got rid of mine with using the following in .cdsenv of my home
    directory:

    ddserv showWhatsNew string "no"
    layout showWhatsNew string "no"
    asimenv showWhatsNew string "no"

    You have to check which .cdsenv file is being used, since there is
    priority between using .cdsenv of the current directory, home
    directory and cadence installation default directory.
    In my .....dfII/etc/tools/layout/.cdsenv file, the default command
    uses:

    layout showWhatsNew string "yes" nil

    While the ddserve/.cdsenv file uses the line:
    ddserv showWhatsNew string "yes" nil


    Best regards,
    I-FAB
     
    I-F AB, May 17, 2010
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  4. Hannes

    vtcad Guest

    When the pop up opens, in one of its pull down menus there is a "OFF
    AT STARTUP" option. Click it and its gone.
     
    vtcad, May 19, 2010
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  5. Hannes

    PM Guest

    Yeh, and this is saved e.g. in $HOME/.cdsenv which is NOT loaded by default
    next time you start icfb/virtuoso. So there you are again ...
     
    PM, May 20, 2010
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  6. Hannes

    Guest Guest

    That depends one your settings for .cdsenv loading. If you are setup to load
    using CSF, then the setup.loc file will control which .cdsenv files are loaded
    and in which order.

    If not setup for CSF, then the environment variable CDS_LOAD_ENV controls
    which .cdsenv files are loaded. The default with no CSF and CDS_LOAD_ENV
    not set is to load from the $HOME.

    -Pete Zakel
    ()

    "Got Mole problems?
    Call Avogardo 6.02 x 10^23"
     
    Guest, May 20, 2010
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  7. Hannes

    PM Guest

    And here is the real problem: I don't like to save anything in my $HOME
    directory (there are plenty of reasons for this), so

    - CDS_LOAD_ENV is set to CWD
    - but all "Off at Startup"s settings are written to $HOME/.cdsenv

    A CDS_SAVE_ENV should be nice. If not set, then use CDS_LOAD_ENV and so on ...

    PM
     
    PM, May 21, 2010
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  8. Hannes

    Guest Guest

    Actually, the saving through the env interface saves to the appropriate
    place. The problem is that the adding of the showWhatsNew envvar setting
    was not done through the env interface and was ignoring where the file was
    actually loaded from when updating it.

    I believe this is fixed in IC 6.1.4.

    -Pete Zakel
    ()

    "Don't feed the bats tonight."
     
    Guest, May 21, 2010
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