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Revision 1.11, Fri Nov 6 22:32:31 2009 UTC (11 years ago) by dmcmahill
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deprecate the individual geda packages.  They are now distributed upstream as a single package which is in cad/geda

Revision 1.10 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jun 14 18:16:34 2009 UTC (11 years, 5 months ago) by joerg
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Convert @exec/@unexec to @pkgdir or drop it.

Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu May 31 12:48:33 2007 UTC (13 years, 6 months ago) by dmcmahill
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update to 20070526

Release notes for the gEDA/gaf 20070526 snapshot



     * libgeda's shared library version is now 29:0:0.
     * Added  "recently used files" File menu option. Now you can open up
       files  you  used recently (and if you have a gafrc your components
       should  be  found  too)  and  open  those files up in a new gschem
       window. (Ivan Stankovic)
     * Merge  of  the noscreen branch (many changes). This branch removed
       all  cached  screen  coordinates. Now all calculations are done in
       world  coordinates and should yield some drawing improvements. End
       users  should  not  notice  any  difference (other than the slight
       speed up). (Peter Clifton)
     * Many  improvements  to  the "Write image..." dialog box in gschem.
       gschem   can   now   export   any   image  that  gtk+  (gdk-pixbuf
       specifically)  can write (png, jpg, ico, bmp, etc...). Libgd is no
       longer   an   optional   dependency   and   cannot  be  used  with
       libgeda/gschem. (Carlos Nieves Onega)
     * Improved  the  auto  placing  mechanism.  One improvement (amongst
       others)  is  in  the  cases of: if the attribute overlap with pins
       (including  pinnumbers),  or  the pin connection direction where a
       net  is  supposed  to  be  drawn,  then  the  attributes are moved
       automatically. (Carlos Nieves Onega)
     * A  few  improvements  to  the  component  place selector including
       adding  ok  button  to  hide  the  component  insert  dialog box).
     * Added  items  (links to the wiki and FAQ) to the gschem help menu.
       (Peter Brett)
     * Fixed  a  nasty  bug  that was causing random crashes with keymaps
       that did not have a valid keyval/keysym. (Peter Clifton)
     * Fixed  the  drawing of dotted arcs/circles when the dot spacing is
       too small to render. (Peter Clifton)
     * Fixed  component  selector  filter to be case insensitive. (Carlos
       Nieves Onega)
     * Added  PageUp  and  PageDown  hotkeys  to  change pages in gschem.
       (Peter Brett)
     * Fixed  the  ordering  of  buttons  in  all  gtk dialog boxes to be
       correct  (based  on  what gtk+/gnome/desktop conventions). (Carlos
       Nieves Onega)
     * Added  %%Orientation  to  DSC  block  in  postscript output. (Mike
     * Fixed  color  printing  of  select  objects (should not output the
       selected color). (Peter Clifton)
     * Added  hotkeys  to  decrease  and  increase the snap grid spacing.
       (Carlos Nieves Onega and Peter Brett)
     * Improved keymap filling routines (Werner Hoch and Patrick Bernaud)
     * Fixed a couple of small memory leaks. (Ales Hvezda)
     * The usual slew of bug fixes by many individuals.
     * A bunch of code cleanup/fixes by various individuals.
     * Various language translations updated by various individuals.

     * New gnetlist backends written: Calay and Osmond. (John Doty)
     * Moved  the  loading  of  scheme  files using the "-l" command line
       before  the  schematics are loaded (this allows the scheme code to
       modify the various search paths).
     * Various  improvements  to  the  spice-sdb  backend  including  the
       treatment  of  slotted  parts  (so that pins are emitted in pinseq
       order). (Stuart Brorson)
     * Added  and improved a bunch of regression tests. The vast majority
       of  these tests are now run during make distcheck. (Stuart Brorson
       and Ales Hvezda)
     * A few bugs fixed. (Various)

     * Added doxygen generated docs. (Stuart Brorson)
     * A bunch of bugs fixed. (Stuart Brorson and Peter Clifton)

     * Removed  the  html  version of the gsch2pcb tutorial. Instead, the
       gsch2pcb  tutorial  is  now  part  of  the  wiki thanks to several
       individuals (Patrick Doyle and Bogdan Petrisor).
     * Updated  the  wiki  snapshot to the latest web wiki version. (Ales
     * Misc improvements to various wiki scripts. (Ales Hvezda)

     * Added greek mu character. (Carlos Nieves Onega)
     * Added upper case greek omega character. (Jens Persson)

     * No significant changes.

     * Added refdes_renum test suite. (Dan McMahill and Stuart Brorson)
     * Incorporated  --gentle  into  refdes_renum which doesn't overwrite
       refdes'es already numbered. (Stuart Brorson)
     * Moved  gschemdoc  to  the gschem package. Bunch of improvements to
       the    gschemdoc    script   related   to   finding   local/remote
       documentation. (Carlos Nieves Onega)

     * Fixed  automake  infrastructure  to  install  2N3904 model for the
       TwoStageAmp example. (Stuart Brorson)

   For more a detailed changes, please look in the appropriate ChangeLogs
   in the source tarballs.

Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Feb 21 13:23:54 2007 UTC (13 years, 9 months ago) by dmcmahill
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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2007Q1-base, pkgsrc-2007Q1
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Update to 20070216 snapshot.  Many changes and improvements since the
last snapshot.  A highly abbreviated list is:

  - fixes to postscript output
  - fixes to arc handling
  - added some functions for embedding and deembedding symbols
  - many changes to the internal data structure.
  - fix a bug which could cause missing connectivity on a bus
  - improvements to attribute handling
  - fix a bunch of compiler warnings.
  - various other bug fixes

  - improvements and bug fixes to the autonumber code
  - improvements to the various file selection dialogs
  - improvements to attribute handling
  - improvements to the internal data structure
  - various other bug fixes

  - fixes for guile-1.8
  - update the gsch2pcb backend to allow running or never running m4 for pcb
  - changed "package" to "refdes" in the BOM/BOM2 backends
  - added a drc2 regression test
  - bugfix in the allegro backend
  - other misc fixes

  - added 4 missing characters to complete the hungarian character set
  - add greek mu

  - man page improvements

  - enhanced sorting functions
  - various bug fixes

  - add an option to gsch2pcb to let the user prevent m4 from ever being run
    when looking for pcb footprints.
  - let gsch2pcb look both for "name" and "name.fp" when looking for a footprint
    called "name".
  - use some configure options to set the default gsch2pcb footprint search paths
    rather than hardcoding them.
  - added a script to do non-flattened verilog netlisting
  - added options to gschlas to embed or de-embed all symbols in a schematic

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Aug 23 00:02:20 2005 UTC (15 years, 3 months ago) by dmcmahill
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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2006Q4-base, pkgsrc-2006Q4, pkgsrc-2006Q3-base, pkgsrc-2006Q3, pkgsrc-2006Q2-base, pkgsrc-2006Q2, pkgsrc-2006Q1-base, pkgsrc-2006Q1, pkgsrc-2005Q4-base, pkgsrc-2005Q4, pkgsrc-2005Q3-base, pkgsrc-2005Q3
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update to 20050820 snapshot.

Major changes since the last snapshot:

- gsch2pcb updated to work with latest pcb
- pcb library directories default to something sane for gsch2pcb
- grenum utility for refdes renumbering added
- add a few new symbols
- added -p option to autoplace the windows.  Useful for scripting.
- gattrib can now change attribute visibility
- improvements to the spice-sdb netlist backend
- added support for printing pictures in schematics to postscript
- added german translation
- fixed a segfault in the geda manager.

Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jan 11 03:16:23 2005 UTC (15 years, 10 months ago) by dmcmahill
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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2005Q2-base, pkgsrc-2005Q2, pkgsrc-2005Q1-base, pkgsrc-2005Q1
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update to 20041228.

Release notes for the gEDA/gaf 20041228 snapshot



     * Shared library version number now at 22.
     * Added  a  new  attribute:  symversion= and associated mechanism to
          + The symversion= mechanism allows symbols to be versioned with
            a  major  and  minor  number. An example of this attribute is
          + This symversion= attribute is typically found in symbol files
            at  first,  but  it  will be promoted if it is found when the
            symbol is read in from disk.
          + The  symversion=  attribute  is  an  auto-prompted attribute,
            which  if  present in a symbol will always be promoted to the
          + If the major number of the symversion= attributes (the one in
            the symbol and the one in the schematic) does not match, then
            a serious warning message is issued.
          + When  a user changes a symbol file in a major or incompatible
            way   (translation,   addition/removal   of   pins/attributes
            etc...),  the major number of the symversion= attribute value
            should be incremented by one.
          + For minor changes, primarily cosmetic changes, only the minor
            number  of the symversion= attribute value should incremented
            by one.
          + If  the minor number of the symversision= attributes (the one
            in  the  symbol and the one in the schematic) does not match,
            then a minor warning message is issued.
          + The  default value is 0.0 even if no symversion= attribute is
     * Fixed  the  randomly  colored  midpoint postscript bug reported by
       Gabriel  Paubert.  Also  removed  some  redundant  code related to
       postscript printing.
     * Moved  a whole bunch of rc routines from gschem/gnetlist/gsymcheck
       into libgeda. This makes using the common rc code much easier.
     * Added  the  --with-rcdir  ./configure  flag  to  libgeda. This was
       required   because  of  the  above  rc  code  refactor.  You  must
       ./configure  libgeda  with  this flag if you intend to move the rc
       files  to  a  different directory. Be sure to put this flag on all
       programs (gschem/gnetlist/gsymcheck/gattrib etc...) if you want to
       move the rc files.
     * Part  of  the  above  rc code refactor was to add an additional rc
       file:  gafrc.  The  gafrc  file is read in last after all other rc
       files  are  read in. Only common rc keywords can be put inside the
       gafrc file, including:
          + component-library
          + component-library-search
          + source-library
          + source-library-search
          + world-size
          + reset-component-library
          + reset-source-library
          + default-series-name
          + untitled-name
          + scheme-directory
          + bitmap-directory
          + font-directory
          + bus-ripper-symname
       Now  you  do not have to create a gschemrc, gnetlistrc, gattribrc,
       gschlasrc   etc...   if  you  are  just  adding  custom  component
       libraries.  Just  create a gafrc file and put the library lines in
     * Added  a  bunch  of  init function to libgeda_init() to make using
       libgeda a little easier.


     * Added  a  dialog  box  which pops up when a schematic is loaded up
       which  has  components  which have changed in a major or minor way
       (based  on  the  new symversion= attribute). See above the libgeda
       section for a description of the new symversion= attribute and its
     * Hopefully  finally  fixed  the  broken postscript problem when the
       locale uses commas instead of periods. Original fix by Bill Wilson
       and patch by Andreas Fester.
     * Fixed  a  gschem  crash when certain components (depending on what
       was  connected  to  them)  were being updated. I have also started
       working  on  fixing  Edit/Component Update... to be more sane (and
       not  cause  duplicated  attached  attributes).  This  work  is not
       complete,  and  for now, Edit/Component/Update... will still cause
       duplicate attributes.
     * Fixed  some visual garbage/corruption in the preview window in the
       file selection and component place dialog boxes.
     * Added  a new rc keyword "grid-dot-size" which lets you control the
       size of the grid dots. Handy if the dots are too small to see.
     * Applied  the  scroll  wheel  pan patch by Sascha Silbe. The scroll
       wheel pans the display vertically and holding down the control key
       and moving the wheel the will scroll the display horizontally.
     * Added  a  modal  "Are  you  sure?" dialog box to page revert. This
       should  prevent  accidental page reverts (cause work losses). This
       dialog box is only implemented for gtk+ 2.x
     * Added an Italian translation by Petrecca Michele.
     * Added  the  comment  and  symversion  attribute  to  the attribute
       pulldown list in the Add/Attribute dialog box.
     * Updated gschem with the newly refactored rc code.


     * Stuart  implemented  a whole slew of improvements to the spice-sdb
     * Stuart  added  several  functions  to  passing the command line to
       scheme backends.
     * Removed  gschem2pcb  as  an  installed  program.  gsch2pcb  is the
       preferred tool for going from schematic to PCB.
     * Applied a bugfix patch to the cascade backend by Dan McMahill.
     * Integrated  the  initial  version  of  a  SystemC backend by Jaume
     * Integrated  a  new  scheme  backend for Eagle PCB. The backend was
       written by Braddock Gaskill.
     * Updated gnetlist with the newly refactored rc code.


     * Integrated   Stuart   Brorson's  attribute  editor:  gattrib  into
       gEDA/gaf.  This  is  the  first  gEDA/gaf  release  that  includes
     * Here's a description of gattrib:
        Gattrib is gEDA's attribute editor. It reads a set of gschem .sch
            files  (schematic  files),  and creates a spreadsheet showing
            all   components  in  rows,  with  the  associated  component
            attributes  listed in the columns. It allows the user to add,
            modify, or delete component attributes outside of gschem, and
            then  save  the .sch files back out. When it is completed, it
            will   allow   the   user  to  edit  attributes  attached  to
            components,   nets,  and  pins.  (Currently,  only  component
            attribute   editing   is   implemented;  pin  attributes  are
            displayed only, and net attributes are TBD.)


     * Integrated  a  patch  by Jim Duchek which adds several more useful
       tests to gsymcheck.
     * Updated gsymcheck with the newly refactored rc code.


     * Redrew  the following symbols and set the symversion= attribute to
        4000/4002-1.sym  4000/40107-1.sym 4000/4011-1.sym 4000/4012-1.sym
            4000/4023-1.sym        4000/4025-1.sym        4000/4030-1.sym
            4000/4068-1.sym        4000/4070-1.sym        4000/4072-1.sym
            4000/4073-1.sym        4000/4075-1.sym        4000/4078-1.sym
            4000/4081-1.sym 4000/4082-1.sym 4000/4085-1.sym:
       If  you  have any of these symbols in any existing schematics, you
       should get a warning that major changes have occurred when you run
       gschem or gnetlist.
     * Added  over ~100 user contributed symbols to the various component
       libraries. Created 5 new component libraries: minicircuits st apex
       allegro irf
     * Moved  the  local component library to the beginning of the search
     * Updated Peter Kaiser's asic library with the latest set of symbol.
       Added  Peter's  asic  pad  symbols  into the new asicpads library.
       Commented  in  the  asic  library  now  that  the symbol names are
     * Werner Hoch has fixed a whole slew of symbols in various component
       libraries (74, 4000, and memory). Thanks Werner!

   geda (gManager)

     * Piotr Miarecki added graphman, a new tool for managing graphs.
     * Piotr update gManager to build with gtk+ 2.2.x
     * Integrated  a  French  and  Italian  translation.  Not sure if the
       translations are work yet.


     * Added symbol cleanup ( script by Mike Skerritt.
     * Updated gschlas with the newly refactored rc code.


     * attributes and symbols documents: Added information and details on
       the symversion= attribute
     * toplevel  doc  page:  Added  links  to  SystemC  and Eagle backend

Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Mar 5 13:03:47 2004 UTC (16 years, 9 months ago) by dmcmahill
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2004Q4-base, pkgsrc-2004Q4, pkgsrc-2004Q3-base, pkgsrc-2004Q3, pkgsrc-2004Q2-base, pkgsrc-2004Q2, pkgsrc-2004Q1-base, pkgsrc-2004Q1
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update to 20040111.

Release notes for the gEDA/gaf 20040111 snapshot


   General / Summary

     * Lots  of  changes  in  most  areas.  This release contains the largest amount of changes in quite a while.
       Expect bugs, crashes, and general instability. If you tell me about them, I might be able to fix them.
     * Probably the biggest set of changes were the addition of multi-line text support. The bulk of the work was
       done  by  Carlos.  The  text add dialog box and the multi attribute add/change dialog box both support the
       adding  and  editing  of  multi  line  text  items,  however, I am going to change these dialog boxes in a
       subsequent  release  to be a little like the old behavior, but still support multi-line text support. Full
       multi-line text support requires that you use gtk+ 2.2.x.
     * Also  part  of  the  above  changes  was to get rid of some fixed sized buffers within libgeda and gschem.
       Hopefully  I  have  hashed  out  all  the  bugs  in these changes, but I wouldn't be surprised if I missed
       something. Please report all crashes. Thanks.
     * Changed  the  file  format  a little. Changed the way sch/sym files are versioned and added a field to the
       text  item  to  support  the  multi-line  text  feature addition. I recommend everybody run gsymupdate and
       gschupdate  (and  verify the resulting files!) to get rid of the log warning message. gEDA/gaf will always
       write the new file format for all saved schematic/symbols.
     * The  v  flag  (the  version  of  the  sym/sch file), in the past, was keyed off of a version date, such as
       20030901.  Starting  with 20040111, I am no longer using this date as the version of the sch/sym file, but
       rather I added a new field (number) which is the file format version. The new version line looks like:
        v 20040111 1
       This  is  nice that I don't have to update all the symbols, schematics, etc... to get rid of a log warning
       message. The current version of the file format is 1. All past files are versioned as 0. As an experiment,
       I  left  all the symbol files at v 20031231 1 and nobody should care/notice. I am planning more changes to
       the file format in subsequent releases and this version field will make changing it easier.
     * The  text object has an additional field which is the number of lines (N) the text item contains. The text
       item is then followed by N number of lines of text. Example:
        T 48400 59900 9 10 1 0 0 0 3
     * The component libraries:
        vhdl, verilog, new asic, and the new gnetman
       are  commented  OUT  in  the  system-commonrc  file.  I did this because there are significant symbol name
       clashes  between  these libraries. If you want to use one of these libraries, please place the appropriate
       (component-library  "...")  string  in  some  rc  file.  This  commenting out is temporary, till I fix the
       component name clashing bug (jitterbug#9).
     * The  component-library-search  keyword  in  the  system-commonrc file was commented out. If a directory is
       specified  for  the component-library-search keyword, then libgeda/gschem/gnetlist will automatically find
       any  directories  in  the  specified  directory  and add them to the component search path. By having this
       keyword in place, this would have undone the above commenting out.
       If  gschem/gnetlist  cannot  find your custom component libraries after upgrading to 20040111, then either
       comment  in  the component-library-search keyword back into the system-commonrc file or explicitly add the
       custom component libraries to an rc file. The latter action is prefered.
       This info was added on 02/08/2004.
     * Upgraded  all  packages  to use gettext (GNU gettext) 0.12.1. I don't think that anybody who downloads the
       source  tarballs  will  need  this particular version, but you will certainly need it if you build the CVS
     * Partially  applied  Carlos' UTF-8 patch for gtk+ 2.2.x. I couldn't test the complete patch, so I will keep
       working  on  this.  Moving libgeda to use UTF-8 internally is going to be a bit of work, but the sooner it
       happens, the better.
     * The  gEDA Suite setup program has been improved considerably. It now supports the download of the tarballs
       automatically  using  wget.  All  you need to get from the gEDA website is the toplevel Makefile and type:
       make  xinstall and the setup program will do the rest. See below in the build section for more information
       on using xinstall. Please report any problems with gEDA Suite setup so it can be further improved.
     * Much  more  documentation  that  gets  installed now (almost all of it). I included Bill Wilson's gsch2pcb
       tutorial  and  Russ  Dill's  tragesym  tutorial.  I  also  am  installing  all  READMEs, so please see the
       gedadocs.html  file  for  almost  all  available  documentation  on gEDA/gaf. You can access this file via
       Help/Manual... in gschem (make sure you have a web browser installed).


     * Shared library version number now at 20.
     * In 20030901, libgeda was accidentally being built without optimization. Fixed in this version.
     * Applied  Carlos  Nieves  Onega's  multi-line text patch. See below in the gschem for more info. This patch
       changed and fixed a lot of things in libgeda, so expect some instability.
     * Applied  a  few  more  patches by Carlos to perfect the multi-line text support in libgeda (mainly dealing
       with support for tabs in multi-line text items).
     * Added postscript output for mutli-line text items. This support is really new and not 100% perfect. Expect
       some  problems  here,  mainly  when you start rotating and changing the alignment of many line text items.
       Putting tabs into the text strings is not yet supported.
     * Fixed  a  really  nasty bug in o_attrib_get_name_value() which was caused by g_strsplit() not behaving the
       same  between  glib  1.2.x  and  glib  2.2.x. Be careful when using g_strsplit, especially if you use both
       versions of glib. Bug caught by Stuart.


     * Added the --with-stroke command line to specify where ./configure can find the libstroke files.
     * Changed the behavior of the print dialog box to close when the user presses the Print button.
     * Added  the ability to generate PNGs from the command line. Look at gschem/scripts/image.scm for the scheme
       script. Command line looks like: gschem -o test.png -s image.scm filename.sch
     * Added  a  schem  rc  keyword:  image-size which lets you set the size of the PNG image generated using the
       above guile script.
     * Applied  Carlos  Nieves  Onega's  multi-line  text  patch.  This  patch  adds  multi-line  text support to
       gschem/libgeda.  This  patch  made  some very deep changes to internals which haven't changed in years, so
       expect  some  instability.  Multi-line  text is properly supported only when using gtk+ 2.2.x. You will be
       able to load schematics and edit multi-line text (in a limited fashion) if you use gtk+ 1.2.x
     * Part  of  the  above  patch was the removal of a bunch of fixed sized buffers. Hopefully Carlos and I have
       fixed  all  issues  surrounding these changes, but expect some instability here as well as we work out the
     * Applied  a  patch  by  Carlos  to  highlight  the proper alignment value in the pull down menu in the Edit
       Text... dialog box.
     * Fixed the visual alignment of the menu items and hotkeys when using gtk+ 2.2.x.
     * Improved  the  appearance  of a few of the dialog box, by mainly adding whitespace. A few dialog box got a
       few more touch ups, but nothing too drastic.
     * Applied  a  patch  by  Carlos  to  add multi-line attribute editing to the multi attribute dialog box. The
       changes for this are not complete and will change in the next release.
     * Updated the pt_BR.po with Antonio's UTF-8 version.
     * Applied  Stuart's  multi-select  open  patch.  Now  you  can  select multiple schematics to open using the
       File/Open... dialog box. Hold down the shift or control key as you click on filenames.
     * Part  of  Carlos'  multi-line  text  patch  was  to  change  the  quick rendering of text from a line to a
       rectangle. Refined and refactored this code a little to properly display attributes.
     * Fixed  a  long  standing  bug  in the File/Open... and File/Close... mechanisms when dealing with multiple
       windows. Bug identified by Karel Kulhav.
     * Fixed  a  long  standing  bug  in  the preview window (for schematics and components) where there would be
       garbage  data  in  the bottom of the window. The bug only manifested itself under very specific conditions
       and only when using gtk+ 1.2.x. I'm quite surprised nobody else complained about it (or rather recently).
     * Applied a patch by Carlos to support the new Spanish characters.
     * Fixed the invalid scrollbars on startup bug.
     * Updated  the  man  page a little bit. Added code to the build mechanism to generate an html version of the
       man page, which is installed into the documentation directory.
     * Bunch of other improvements and bug fixes.


     * Upgraded Bill Wilson's gsch2pcb gnetlist backend to the latest (1.4)
     * Applied all of Carlos' DRC2 patches.
     * Applied  all  of  Stuart's  spice-sdb  patches. The included spice-sdb backend should be Stuart's absolute
       latest version. A bunch of improvements to various parts of gnetlist were included in these patches.
     * Applied of Stuart's patch to the partlist backends.
     * Updated  the  man  page a little bit. Added code to the build mechanism to generate an html version of the
       man page, which is installed into the documentation directory.
     * Added  the  scheme  rc  keyword:  unnamed-netname  which  lets you control what the unnamed nets should be
     * Add  the  necessary  rules  to  the  Makefiles  to  install all the backend READMEs into the documentation
     * Applied  a patch by Christopher K Eveland to fix a condition where gschem2pcb was picking up a pin when it
       should  not.  If  somebody  could  test  gschem2pcb on an existing project and make sure it still works as
       expect, it would be greatly appreciated.
     * Added the Racal Redac format backend by W. Kazubski.
     * Added the new RF Cascade and futurenet2 backends by Dan McMahill.
     * Applied  a  bunch  of patches by Dan for doing net aliasing/renaming. These patches touched the C files as
       well as various backends.
     * Applied a few more patches by Dan to fix some m4 quoting issues with the PCB backends.
     * Bunch of other minor bug fixes.


     * No significant changes (lots of pending work though).
     * Updated  the  man  page a little bit. Added code to the build mechanism to generate an html version of the
       man page, which is installed into the documentation directory.


     * Werner Hoch has fixed a whole slew of symbols in various component libraries. Thanks Werner!
     * Added a whole bunch of contributed symbols from various people. Thanks.
     * Added a bunch of new Spanish characters by Carlos.
     * Removed vhdl, verilog, asic, and gnetman from the system-commonrc file.

   geda (gManager)

     * Piotr  Miarecki  added a bunch of features and fixed a few bugs in gManager. Give it a try and let him how
       gManager works for you. gManager is looking really nice.
     * Integrated Antonio's pt_BR translation. This should work now.
     * Added a strategic sleep to the mainloop of gManager to reduce the CPU load.


     * Updated Bill Wilson's gsch2pcb to version 1.4
     * Add  the  necessary  rules  to  the  Makefiles  to  install all the backend READMEs into the documentation
     * Integrated Stuart's garchive script.


     * Applied a whole bunch of patches from Dan McMahill to the symbol creation guide. These patches added/fixed
       information related to the footprint= attribute.
     * Started using hyperref.sty for all LaTeX generated documentation, which adds hyperlinks to the pdf files.
     * Added a bunch of converted txt -> tex documents. The conversions were done by Dan McMahill.
     * Added the Dan McMahill's documentation for the RF Cascade gnetlist backend.
     * Rewrote  the  toplevel gedadocs.html index file to link all the new documentation, readmes, man pages, and
       tutorials.  The  gedadocs.html  now  file  contains almost all existing documentation on gEDA/gaf that I'm
       aware of.
     * Added  a  couple  of  tutorials  that  people  have written. Namely Bill Wilson's gsch2pcb and Russ Dill's
       tragesym tutorials. Both of these tutorials are accessible from the gedadocs.html file.
     * Explicitly  stated  in  the  file  formats document that all the file formats associated with gEDA/gaf are
       covered by the GPL version 2.0.
     * Lots of improvements and fixes to various docs.


     * No significant changes.

   For more a detailed changes, please look in the appropriate ChangeLogs in the source tarballs.

Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Sep 10 23:43:35 2003 UTC (17 years, 2 months ago) by dmcmahill
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Update to the gEDA/gaf 20030901 development snapshot

Release notes for the gEDA/gaf 20030901 development snapshot

   General / Summary

        * The biggest change in this release is the addition of gtk+ 2.2.x
          support.  Now you can build gEDA/gaf with either gtk+ 1.2.x or
          gtk+ 2.2.x.  Some programs like setup and geda still require
          gtk+ 1.2.x, but that will be fixed in a future release.
          The original gtk+ 2.2.x patch was by Ye Ma (Thanks!).

        * Added --with-gtk12 commandline flag to all ./configure scripts
          to force the use of gtk+ 1.2.x.  Just add this to the opt=
          variable in the toplevel Makefile to force all of gEDA/gaf to
          use gtk+ 1.2.x instead of gtk+ 2.2.x.  The default used gtk+
          library if both 1.2.x and 2.2.x are installed is gtk+ 2.2.x.

        * In order support above, pkg-config is now REQUIRED to successfully
          ./configure the packages.  pkg-config is also required if you
          are building/linking against gtk+ 1.2.x.   You can get pkg-config
          from either:
                or [2]

        * If you do not keep all of your packages installed in one
          place or if it is not in a standard location (like
          /usr/lib/pkgconfig), then you must tell pkg-config where
          to look by using the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable.
          I keep all of my *.pc files in /usr/local/lib/pkgconfig,
          so my PKG_CONFIG_PATH is set like this:

          export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig

        * Rewrote and simplified all the ./ files.  Here are
          the versions of the auto* tools I use:

                autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.54
                automake (GNU automake) 1.7.1
       (GNU libtool) 1.4.2
                aclocal (GNU automake) 1.7.1
                gettext (GNU gettext) 0.11.5

          If you use any other versions, good luck. :-)


        * Shared library version number now at 19.

        * Removed libgeda-config, replaced with libgeda.pc (pkg-config file).
          In order for gschem and the other libgeda programs to find this
          file during the ./configure stage, you must set the PKG_CONFIG_PATH
          environment variable to something like this:

          export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$HOME/geda/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH

          The settings for this variable is printed when you type 'make'
          in the upper most directory (toplevel) where you untarred all
          the source tarballs.

        * libgdgeda 2.0.15 is now required to build libgeda.

        * No significant code changes.


        * Applied Carlos Nieves Onega's multi attribute patch.  With this
          patch, the multi attribute add/edit dialog box behaves a lot
          more intelligently when adding or changing attributes.

        * Bunch of work to support both gtk+ 1.2.x and 2.2.x.

        * Rewrote the exit dialog box to look better under both 1.2.x
          and 2.2.x.  Quite a few of the dialog box look bad under
          1.2.x, but look absolutely dreadful under 2.2.x, so they
          will be recreated (and hopefully improved in the process)
          in future releases.


        * Applied Carlos Nieves Onega's commandline (-l filename) load
          scheme patch.  The scheme code is loaded and executed from the
          specified file before the backend is loaded.

        * Added the -m commandline flag which allows scheme code to be
          loaded from a file after the backend is loaded but before it is

        * Integrated Carlos Nieves Onega's DRC2 backend.

        * Applied Carlos Nieves Onega's warning cleanup patch.

        * The required work to get gnetlist to work with both gtk+ 1.2.x and

        * Added Bill Wilson's gnet-gsch2pcb backend.

        * Applied Stuart Brorson's latest changes to the spice-sdb
          netlister.  His changes included the -s command line flag
          (sort output netlist) and the gnetlist:get-calling-flags as
          well as improvements to the spice-sdb backend itself.


        * No significant changes other than the gtk+ 2.2.x support changes.


        * Werner Hoch updated a bunch of symbols in various directories
          including memory and 74.

        * Removed gesym-config.  The new ./ files do not use
          this file anymore.

        * Added a bunch of contributed symbols (not all though, some are
          still pending for various reasons).

        * The author= and email= attribute on five symbols have been
          merged into one (author=).

   geda (gManager)

        * No changes


        * No changes


        * Finally integrated Werner Hoch's tragesym 0.0.5 into the
          utils package.  tragesym is a symbol creator for gEDA/gaf written
          in python.

        * Applied patch by Holger Dietze to update gmk_sym to be current.

        * Integrated Bill Wilson's gsch2pcb package.
          gsch2pcb is conceptually based on the gschem2pcb shell script
          distributed with gnetlist, but additionally handles multiple
          schematics, handles element file footprints, and removes pc
          board elements corresponding to components deleted from the
          schematics.  It also forward annotates component value changes

        * The necessary changes to support gtk+ 2.2.x.

        * Integrated pads backannotation script by Dan McMahill.
          A perl program which implements backannotation from Pads
          PowerPCB board layouts to gschem schematics.


        * Documented the merge of author= and email= (suggestion by
          Werner Hoch)

        * Updated spice-sdb document with a the latest version from
          Stuart Brorson.

        * Added Dan McMahill's documentation for the pads_backannotate


        * No changes.

   For more a detailed ChangeLog please look in the appropriate source

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Mar 9 06:18:25 2003 UTC (17 years, 9 months ago) by dmcmahill
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Changes since 1.2: +2 -1 lines
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update to gEDA-20030223

Quick summary of changes:

- works with guile-1.6.3 now
- Norwegian/Danish/German character fixes
- PNG output now has some of the objects appearing to have the right thickness.
- added Russian translation
- bug fix in postscript output
- non-applicable menu choices are now greyed out
- fixed PADS netlist output bug
- added several components to library
- added multisheet refdes renumber utility
- several other bug fixes.

Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Dec 13 05:19:48 2002 UTC (17 years, 11 months ago) by dmcmahill
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: netbsd-1-6-1-base, netbsd-1-6-1
Changes since 1.1: +9 -3 lines
Diff to previous 1.1 (colored)

update the gEDA suite of tools to the 20021103 release.

This represents many many improvements and bug fixes.  A few items to
note are that the attributes used by the symbol library have been
greately cleaned up and unified.  You may want to run gsymupdate and gschemupdate
if migrating from older versions of the tools.

Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Nov 1 00:48:10 2001 UTC (19 years, 1 month ago) by zuntum
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