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Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2013 20:26:31 -0500
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> I don't consider it part of gEDA.

Note that the gEDA project does (and has for a long time) consider pcb
to be part of gEDA.  What you're thinking of is gaf, not gEDA, which
is just the schematic capture tools.  Most gEDA users, certainly most
*new* gEDA users, will use pcb for laying out their projects.

> The inflexibility of "pcb" . . .

Gee, thanks.  Was there a purpose to the rest of that paragraph?  I
see nothing constructive in it at all.

Ben wrote a tool that's designed to work with particular software
packages, please don't complain that it doesn't support your favorate
alternate packages - either appreciate what he's done or do it
yourself.

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