but orcad DSN files are what is needed these days

Dennis Saputelli


Matt Pobursky wrote:
> 
> Well the Orcad SDT library format is well documented (I still have all
> the SDT386 manuals even), especially the ASCII format. Someone who is
> "programming inclined" could probably whip up a Protel-to-Orcad library
> translater -- provided they have the Protel library format.
> 
> This is something I'd be very interested in also.
> 
> Matt Pobursky
> Maximum Performance Systems
> 
> On Tue, 17 Sep 2002 09:17:41 -0400, vincent mail wrote:
> >well i have had good success using the SDT files. on the first try all
> > wires , ports and nets come up correclty.
> >only part that is missing are the symbols themselves.
> >
> >so if there were a way to translate my protel ibrary to orced. this
> >woudl be a one step conversion : save as sdt , open in orcad ( with
> >the library loaded ) and save it to a DSN . done. and my customers
> >would be happy.
> >

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