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TWINWAVE(1)	      Simulation Wave Viewer Multiplexer	   TWINWAVE(1)

NAME
       twinwave	 -  Wraps  multiple GTKWave sessions in	one window or two syn-
       chronized windows

SYNTAX
       twinwave	<arglist1> <separator> <arglist2>

DESCRIPTION
       Wraps multiple GTKWave sessions with synchronized  markers,  horizontal
       scrolling, and zooming.

EXAMPLES
       To run this program the standard	way type:

       twinwave	filename1.vcd filename1.sav + filename2.vcd filename2.sav
	      Two  synchronized	 viewers  are then opened in one window.  Note
	      that accelerator keys for	menus will be disabled as some	window
	      managers	have  focus  issues  and route keystrokes to the wrong
	      part of the window.

       twinwave	filename1.vcd filename1.sav ++ filename2.vcd filename2.sav
	      Two synchronized viewers are then	opened in two windows.

LIMITATIONS
       twinwave	uses the GtkSocket/GtkPlug mechanism to	embed  two  gtkwave(1)
       sessions	 into one window.  The amount of coupling is currently limited
       to communication	of temporal information.  Other	 than  that,  the  two
       gtkwave	processes  are isolated	from each other	as if the viewers were
       spawned separately.  Keep in mind that using the	 same  save  file  for
       each session may	cause unintended behavior problems if the save file is
       written back to disk: only the session  written	last  will  be	saved.
       (i.e.,  the  save  file	isn't cloned and made unique to	each session.)
       Note that twinwave compiled against Quartz (not X11) on OSX as well  as
       MinGW does not place both sessions in a single window.

AUTHORS
       Anthony Bybell <bybell@rocketmail.com>

SEE ALSO
       gtkwave(1)

Anthony	Bybell			    3.3.79			   TWINWAVE(1)

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