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Cadence Design Systems, Inc. announce hotfix version 044 for 16.50 release. This update includes some critical bug fixes.
New technologies in Allegro and OrCAD 16.5 include advanced miniaturization capabilities, integrated power delivery network analysis, DDR3 design-in kit, bolstered co-design featured and flexible team-design enablement to address global designer productivity.
DATE: 06-7-2013 HOTFIX VERSION: 044
CCRID PRODUCT PRODUCTLEVEL2 TITLE
1055338 SIP_LAYOUT DRC_CONSTRAINTS Soldermask to Via drcs on bondfingers
1084716 ALLEGRO_EDITOR OTHER Getting an MPS error when updating CM from SigXplorer
1104145 ALLEGRO_EDITOR SCHEM_FTB User defined properties do not appear in PCB
1106116 FLOWS PROJMGR view_pcb setting change was cleared by switching Flows in projmgr.
1106900 CONCEPT_HDL COMP_BROWSER Component Browser performance utility should honor CPM directives for include and exclude PPT
1110323 APD DXF_IF DXF out is offsetting square discrete pads.
A hot fix is a software maintenance package containing a small number of code fixes, designed to fix a small number of critical problems. A hot fix enables a customer to receive fixes for urgent problems, without having to wait for the next service pack.
Each successive Fix Pack is comprehensive and contains the material from the earlier Fix Packs for that Release, as well as all Interim Fixes made available since the previous Fix Pack or full Release. In other words, when multiple Fix Packs are available, you would not need to apply Fix Pack 1 before applying Fix Pack 2.
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