[rescue] backup software
Joshua D. Boyd
jdboyd at celestrion.celestrion.net
Tue Aug 5 15:52:55 CDT 2003
On Tue, Aug 05, 2003 at 02:04:47PM -0400, Dave McGuire wrote:
> On Tuesday, August 5, 2003, at 01:35 PM, Joshua D. Boyd wrote:
> >> Yeah gEDA/gschem has always been pretty good, and it's gotten REALLY
> >>good just recently. It's not quite on-par with a Mentor Graphics
> >>system, but I like it just fine.
> >Any idea how it compares to Protel (what we use here)?
> Nope, never seen Protel. Windows and all.
I don't know what platforms it is/isn't on. I just know that they use
it here. No where near as costly as Mentor (which they'd like to use).
> >> And PCB has a built-in autorouter now, and all sorts of other cool
> >>stuff. And gEDA/gschem can now write netlists that PCB can read.
> >What do you use for simulations? That free spice clone?
> I use spice; it's free. I wasn't aware that there were any clones of
> spice. Other simulators, sure, but clones?
I was led to believe (in part to all the free "versions" of spice, and
in part by the next engineer over) that spice was a commercial system,
with a free beer version for students (pspice).
More information about the rescue