Product Documentation

feo policy

Sep 12, 2016

The following operations can be performed on "feo policy":

add | rm | set | unset | show

add feo policy

Create a front end optimization policy.

Synopsys

add feo policy <name> <rule> <action>

Arguments

name

The name of the front end optimization policy.

rule

The rule associated with the front end optimization policy.

action

The front end optimization action that has to be performed when the rule matches.

rm feo policy

Remove a front end optimization policy.

Synopsys

rm feo policy <name>

Arguments

name

The front end optimization policy to be removed.

set feo policy

Modify a front end optimization policy.

Synopsys

set feo policy <name> [-rule <expression>] [-action <string>]

Arguments

name

The front end optimization policy to be modified.

rule

The new rule to be associated with the front end optimization policy.

action

The optimization to be associated with the front end optimization policy.

unset feo policy

Use this command to remove feo policy settings.Refer to the set feo policy command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset feo policy <name> [-rule] [-action]

show feo policy

Display the configured front end optimization policies.

Synopsys

show feo policy [<name>]

Arguments

name

The name of the front end optimization policy.

Outputs

stateflag

rule

The rule associated with the front end optimization policy.

action

The front end optimization action that has to be performed when the rule matches.

builtin

Flag to determine if the front end optimization policy is built-in or not

hits

Total number of hits.

undefHits

Total number of undefined policy hits.

activePolicy

Indicates whether a policy is bound or not.

boundTo

Location where the policy is bound to.

priority

Priority of the policy.

gotoPriorityExpression

Expression specifying the priority of the next policy which will get evaluated if the current policy rule evaluates to TRUE.

devno

count