manipulating an existing plot !

ram rokr ramrokstheweb at
Fri Nov 28 14:29:00 CET 2014

     I already have a script that plots a polygon. But now I'm trying to script a python class that would enable me to import the previous plot , make instances and control it too(like specifying parameters like spacing , width, height or the like). My approach was, to create a new layout and try to import the exisiting plot and then try to make instances and manipulate it. 

class DerivedClass(BaseClass):
  def __init__(self, layout,topcell):
      self.layout = pya.Layout()
      self.layout.dbu = 0.001
      self.topcell = self.layout.create_cell("TOP")
      l1 = layout.layer(1, 0)
      topcell.shapes(l1).insert(pya.Box(0, 0, 1000, 2000))
      self.path = []
  def add_new(self,path):

How could I use layer mapping or any other method to accomplish this? Looking forward to your advise. Thanks.

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