When all the primary clocks have been defined, you can use the Clock Networks or Check Timing
no_clock) reports to identify the clock tree portions that do not
have a timing clock and define the generated clocks accordingly.
It is sometimes difficult to understand the transformation performed by a cone of logic on the master clock. In this case, you must adopt the most conservative constraint. For example, the source pin is a sequential cell output. The master clock is at least divided by two, so the proper constraint should be, for example:
create_generated_clock -name clkDiv2 -divide_by 2 \ -source [get_pins fd/C] [get_pins fd/Q]
Finally, if the design contains latches, the latch gate pins also need to be reached by a timing clock and will be reported by Check Timing (
no_clock) if the constraint is missing. You can follow the examples above to define these clocks.