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On Fri, 14 Dec 2012, Levente wrote:

>I lost track of this thread, but I have an idea. I've seen this
>implementation in Zuzken CR5000 Board designer. Each copper object had an
>attribute called "net". When you place a track you could click on an object
>to connect to. This way, there is no need to do any graphs, etc. Just
>compare touching copper objects net attribute. If it is not the same emit

This was recently propose by John Doty. There are some open questions 
(what do you do with untagged objects and how it would perform 
significantly better than other proposals - for the extra cost of a lot 
of manual net attachment).

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