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A welcome and introduction to the XCircuit circuit drawing and schematic
``All the source that's fit to distribute.''
This page includes all the libraries of objects created by users
of xcircuit and sent to me to be made publically available.
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A gentle introduction guiding you through all the standard and
advanced features of the program.
The tutorial is available as a tarred, gzipped file for download
A separate tutorial which covers features of and issues specific to
circuits and schematic capture. Includes parameter substitution and
(about 80 percent complete, but covers the main features).
Note: This tutorial has changed slightly as of version 2.2,
to reflect changes in the way schematics and symbols are
associated, and the change in menu selections and macros
implementing those features. A quick review is recommended for
anyone who has been using schematic capture under version 2.0 and
A list of features in xcircuit, including menu items, keyboard commands,
X-defaults, and library files (now about 90 percent complete).
Commands linking the embedded Python interpreter to xcircuit
What to do when you get into trouble when compiling or running xcircuit:
First look for the problem here.
Go to Tim's home page. . .
Last updated: August 5, 2016 at 6:58pm