This is a little hard to explain, but here goes...

I am running the ERC on a schematic in Protel 99SE.  It's interesting that there isn't 
a rule for determining whether a port has a mating counterpart.  The Orcad ERC has a 
place where it will verify that all off-page connectors have mating counterparts.  The 
only thing Protel 99 verifies is that the port is connected to something electrical.  
If you had a port that was supposed to match a port on another page, but you mispelled 
one of them, had a space in one of them, etc. you wouldn't know it by using the ERC.  
That seems really strange to me!
Posted from Association web site by: Travis



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