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1 files changed, 7 insertions, 7 deletions
diff --git a/manual/command-reference-manual.tex b/manual/command-reference-manual.tex
index 9d9665c1..35249ed8 100644
@@ -85,10 +85,10 @@ This is just a shortcut for 'select -clear'.
This is identical to 'opt_clean', but less verbose.
-When commands are seperated using the ';;' token, this command will be executed
+When commands are separated using the ';;' token, this command will be executed
between the commands.
-When commands are seperated using the ';;;' token, this command will be executed
+When commands are separated using the ';;;' token, this command will be executed
in -purge mode between the commands.
@@ -419,7 +419,7 @@ commands.
hierarchy [-check] [-top <module>]
hierarchy -generate <cell-types> <port-decls>
-In parametric designs, a module might exists in serveral variations with
+In parametric designs, a module might exists in several variations with
different parameter values. This pass looks at all modules in the current
design an re-runs the language frontends for the parametric modules as
@@ -881,7 +881,7 @@ The following options can be used to set up a sequential problem:
-set-def-at <N> <signal>
-set-any-undef-at <N> <signal>
-set-all-undef-at <N> <signal>
- add undef contraints in the given timestep.
+ add undef constraints in the given timestep.
-set-init <signal> <value>
set the initial value for the register driving the signal to the value
@@ -942,7 +942,7 @@ design.
Usually this command only considers internal non-memory cells. With
- this option set, all cells are considered. For unkown cells all ports
+ this option set, all cells are considered. For unknown cells all ports
are assumed to be bidirectional 'inout' ports.
-set_attr <name> <value>
@@ -1089,7 +1089,7 @@ The following actions can be performed on the top sets on the stack:
(i.e. select all cells connected to selected wires and select all
wires connected to selected cells) The rules specify which cell
ports to use for this. the syntax for a rule is a '-' for exclusion
- and a '+' for inclusion, followed by an optional comma seperated
+ and a '+' for inclusion, followed by an optional comma separated
list of cell types followed by an optional comma separated list of
cell ports in square brackets. a rule can also be just a cell or wire
name that limits the expansion (is included but does not go beyond).
@@ -1452,7 +1452,7 @@ Write the current design to an BLIF file.
-false <cell-type> <out-port>
use the specified cell types to drive nets that are constant 1 or 0
-The following options can be usefull when the generated file is not going to be
+The following options can be useful when the generated file is not going to be
read by a BLIF parser but a custom tool. It is recommended to not name the output
file *.blif when any of this options is used.