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On Thu, 31 Jan 2013, Jan Kasprzak wrote:

> gedau AT igor2 DOT repo DOT hu wrote:
> :
> :
> : On Wed, 30 Jan 2013, Stefan Salewski wrote:
> :
> : >This is something what confused me too when I used gEDA/PCB for the
> : >first time, but there exist no easy solution. You should find
> : >discussions of this problem in in the wike and in this mailing list, or
> : >maybe on in older initial gEDA mailing list. DJ and others have mode
> : >suggestions to solve such kind of problems, some suggestions use a
> : >database to solve it.
> :
> :
> : The solution I found easy is my devmap script: I can use the generic
> : symbols with letters, then I attach a devmap attribute telling which
> : actual device and footprint shall be used (e.g. bc817_sot23) and the
> : rest is done while converting from gschem to pcb. Actual device maps
> : are plain text files that describe attributes to be
> : added/overwritten with a pinmap functionality that can replace pin
> : numbers by value (so that pin C becomes pin 3). Device maps are easy
> : to write, easy to maintain and VCS friendly. Schematics with the
> : above "bc817_sot23" next to the symbol are readable, still not
> : overtaxed with extra text.
>
> 	Interesting. It seems that devmap is not (yet?) packaged for
> Fedora. I will have a look at it.
>

I've packaging scripts for deb, but not for rpm yet. The infrastructure at 
repo.hu is capable of building rpms once the spec file and stuff are in 
place in the repository. If you have a Fedora and find the tool 
useful, a contribution of rpm packaging files is welcome!

Regards,

Tibor

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