The Timing Analyzer generates the report and it fails to open. This is due to the fact
that the text editor can not handle large files. This problem does not exist on M1.4
or later on the Windows NT and Workstation platforms, but it is still a
problem for Windows 95.
The file does exist and can be read with another text editor. The file is temporarily
placed in the c:\windows\temp directory (or the directory where the TEMP
environment variable points to). The files are prefixed with "xil_", followed by a
number. Find the most recent file generated of this type, since will be the last file
generated by the Timing Analyzer.
You can run T.A. and a "command line" mode by opening the Console window from
the View menu. Here you can issue an "AnalyzeAllPaths", or
"AnalyzeDesignPerformance" command etc which equates to the "All" and "Mhz"
toolbar buttons etc. How does this help?
There is an extra option to the command line that allows you to save the timing
report to a specific file rather than view it. So you can then open the file in an editor.
An example command line is:
AnalyzeAllPaths save c:\temp\timing.twr
or abbreviated to
aap s c:\temp\timing.twr