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On Fri, 14 Dec 2012, Levente wrote:

>Okay....
>
>
>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
>warning.
>
>

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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