|From:||Nicklas SB Karlsson <nk...@nksb.eu>|
|Date:||Sun, 19 Jun 2022 22:53:08 +0200|
|Subject:||Re: [pcb-rnd] RFC: project file considerations|
|in-reply-to:||5700 from ka...@aspodata.se|
> This is not true, I have been using hiearchical designs for years > and only needed to specify the top file. Metoo. > "Since gnetlist doesn't handle project files, it's you, the user, > who has to remember (or write a script) to pass all sheets." > > In a hierarchical design, the top sch file is the "project file", > though you have to specify in gafrc (e.g.) where to find the other > files. And yes, I complained about the lack of distinction between > files with the same basename in the directory lists. So as a > project file it is flawed or incomplete.
5702 Re: [pcb-rnd] RFC: project file considerations from Nicklas SB Karlsson <nk...@nksb.eu>