This page summarizes the changes, enhancements and fixes to the WMBatch program.
Corrected problem in reading/mapping bin codes above ASCII 128.
Added support for the STIF (ST Microelectronics) wafer map format.Installer
Modified the installer to support the Flexera licensing dongle.
Added support for a binary wafer map format known as Viking (*.vik). Due to limited documentation the following assumptions have been made:
Axis Direction: Right:Positive Up:Positive
Date/Time not supported during conversion
Added support for SEMI G85IBIS Bug Fix
Fixed some bugs discovered in the IBIS parser/writer.Floating Point Computations
Improved the accuracy of floating point values when converting formats.Multiple Wafer Maps in a Single File
Added support for saving multiple wafer map files when the input file contains multiple wafer maps -- provided the format supports it -- but the output wafer map format does not. For example, G85 can contain multiple maps within a single file but SINF cannot.New Command Directives for Multi-Map Files
Added new command file directive to select a specific wafer for subsequent commands.
New Input/Output Map Format IBIS was added to WMBatch list of supported formats.
New Input/Output Map Formats were added to WMBatch:
Added support for a new wafer map format called ASY.Added SECS-EG(TXT) Format
Added support for a format we call SECS(TXT).
Added new bin mapping commands to control bin quality and description.
A new ASCII format has been added we are calling MAP001. This was requested by a customer. It consists of a header and map. Each row of the map begins with:
and so on.
A new command has been added that enables a user to tell the program to process all files in the input directory. The syntax is:
repeat start files in "input_directory_path" open <FILE.EXT> format MAP001 convert format E5-1296 bin map 00 . bin map XX X bin map 01 1 bin map 99 F save <FILE>_E5.txt repeat end
In this example we have our input files (any qty) in our input_directory_path. The program will open each file (consecutively) it finds in that directory and then perform the commands such as convert, bin mapping and saving.
This is the initial release of WMBatch.