Wojciech,

Thank you, thank you!  That reporter is a great way to
verify that all ports have a "mate".  Thanks again!

Travis


My post haven't reached the Forum, again, so I repost:

Website Visitor wrote:

<snip>
 > 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!
<snip>


There is a utility (server) that may help with this:
Schematic Port Cross-Reference Wizard by Aspiring
Technology,
see:
http://www.aspiring-technology.com/website/prt_xrf.html

Wojciech Oborski




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