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Revision as of 19:47, 20 March 2012

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gerbv

gerbv has been upgraded to 2.6.0 from 2.5.0. Changes include:

  • Greater accuracy
  • Support for panelization
  • A number of bugfixes


gtkwave

gtkwave (http://gtkwave.sourceforge.net/) has been upgraded from 3.3.25 to 3.3.31


kicad

kicad has been upgraded from 2011.07.12 to 2012.01.19. The project's web sit is at https://launchpad.net/kicad


pcb

pcb has been updated from 0.20100929 to 0.20110918. In addition to numerous bug fixes, the following list some of the significant changes:

  • Internal coordinate space is now metric. This should fix the "trace nubs on metric grids" issue. Also, units are allowed on pretty much every "coordinate" that PCB accepts. Example: 5.4in, 10cm, 0.55mm.
  • New configure option --enable-coord64 to force (slower?) 64-bit type for coordinates on 32-bit systems (if you need a board bigger than 1 meter across). The internal precision is 1 nanometer,
  • New GTK layer view/choose widget and other GUI enhancements.
  • GTK HID warns if the *.pcb file has changed on disk.
  • Enhanced grid snapping logic.
  • Select/report nets by name.
  • Auto-pan has been removed.
  • Zoom can zoom out beyond the edge of the board's workspace.
  • Personally identifiable information is no longer stored in the PCB.
  • Toggling vias from hole to plated is reversible.
  • Gerber exporter has options for including outlines on other layers.
  • Edited footprint files are saved as footprints, not pcbs.
  • Autorouter has a progress dialog.
  • PCB will no longer let you delete the last top/bottom layer.
  • Via copper may overlap.

For additional details, including a list of bug fixes, refer to the NEWS page at http://pcb.gpleda.org/news.html