Example 1

% mkdir aof_ex1
% cd aof_ex1
% date > Block.v
  1. To run Example 1, create a directory and create a file called Block.v.
    % mkdir aof_ex1
    % cd aof_ex1
    % date > Block.v
  2. Start a FlowTracer project and start a GUI:
    % vovproject create art_of_flows
    % vovproject enable art_of_flows
    % vovconsole -view graph -set All:nodes &

Example 1 with Scripts

The first script is "naked", the second has more frills.
% $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/script1_1.csh Block.v Block.vg
% $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/script1_2.csh Block.v Block.vg

Example 1 with make

The first makefile is simple, the second tries to augment the information about how the job is executed by printing additional information on stdout.
% make -f $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/Makefile1_1
% make -f $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/Makefile1_2
If you have Accelerator, you can also try a makefile that has hard-coded links to a specific scheduler:
% make -f $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/Makefile1_3

Example 1 with FlowTracer

The two flow descriptions yield exactly the same result.
% vovbuild -f $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/Flow1_1.tcl
% vovbuild -f $VOVDIR/training/art_of_flows/example1/Flow1_2.tcl

Figure 1. Flow is Built

Figure 2. Flow is done

Figure 3. Flow has been changed

Figure 4. Flow is failing