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From: Roger Johansson
Subject: Re: Why can't I find an old used copy of Electronics Workbench?
Date: Wed, 04 Sep 2002 03:59:49 +0200
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John Woodgate wrote:
>>You can import a netlist into ewb and get a schematic capture.
>Really? I thought people here said you could not do that.
I tried it myself before posting the message so I know it works.
It doesn't work well but it works.
EWB does not use any rules like those I talked about, it just puts all
the components randomly on the working area.
With just a few rules the result would be a lot better.
With a good schematic capture prog user interface it is easy to fix it
up manually but this is of course easier if the autoplacement rules
have positioned the components a little better than just randomly
This is not hard to do, and it is very important for the users.
The user wants a spice simulator (including graphical editing) which
works for circuits in standard netlist format.
It is too much work to re-enter every circuit manually so users who
have lots of circuits drawn in another spice package need a way to
convert their old circuits.
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