The project and the pool manager have pretty much eliminated the need to run the interactive manipulator and other tools directly from a shell, but it’s still useful for development.
All of the commands below require the environment variable
HORIZON_POOL to point to the pool’s directory (the one with the
pool.json and pool.db in it)
horizon-imp -y <symbol file>
horizon-imp -c <schematic file> <block file>
horizon-imp -a <padstack file>
horizon-imp -k <package file>
horizon-imp -b <board file> <block file> <via directory>
Most of the -edit and -create commands will spawn $EDITOR with the file to be edited serialized as YAML.
horizon-pool create-unit <unit file> horizon-pool edit-unit <unit file> horizon-pool create-symbol <symbol file> <unit file> horizon-pool create-entity <entity file> [<unit file> ...] horizon-pool edit-entity <entity file> horizon-pool create-package <package file> horizon-pool create-padstack <padstack file> horizon-pool update #Recreates the pool's SQLite database.
Remember to run
horizon-pool update after creating things
Use these to create empty blocks, schematics, etc.
horizon-prj create-block <block filename> horizon-prj create-schematic <schematic filename> <block filename> horizon-prj create-board <schematic filename> <block filename>