Specifies the maximum borrowed time for level-sensitive latches. The actual borrowed time
will be determined automatically, but will never exceed the amount you specify. For any
latches without a set_max_time_borrow constraint, no limit will apply (except for the physical
limit of what is possible on the device, as described below).
By using the -exact option, you can bypass the automatic algorithm and specify the exact
amount of borrowing at a given latch. For optimum results, using the automatic algorithm
is recommended (ideally, without any set_max_time_borrow constraints).
Time borrowing is specified with respect to the earliest possible time a signal can be
clocked into the latch node. For example, for a positive latch, if the earliest possible
arrival time of the rising clock edge is 1.025ns, then a signal that has an arrival time
of 1.035ns (where this arrival time already includes the micro-setup time of the latch)
will require at least 0.010ns of time borrowing.
Regardless of how the borrowed time is determined (automatically without a limit, automatically
with a set_max_time_borrow constraint, or manually with a set_max_time_borrow -exact constraint),
the borrowed time can never exceed what is physically possible to borrow on the device.
The maximum amount that can be borrowed is the period of time when the latch is open
(e.g. half the clock period if the clock has a 50% duty cycle), but this time is reduced
by clock propagation time spread and clock uncertainty between the latch-opening and
latch-closing clock edges, and is further reduced by the closing-edge setup time of the latch.
Some of these factors vary from corner to corner, as well as from clock to clock
(if multiple clocks drive the latch).
Time borrowing analysis will only occur in t