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Re: [Gnucap-devel] [GNUCAP][GSOC] Replacement of gwave

From: Abhinav singh
Subject: Re: [Gnucap-devel] [GNUCAP][GSOC] Replacement of gwave
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2014 15:37:42 +0530

Thanks for response. I have prior knowledge related to GTK+ libraries and
Python. So i wants to know what is the main focus of this project whether
better GUI or we should emphasize upon more commands and plugins with
simple GUI.

Abhinav Kumar Singh
Third Year Undergraduate
IIT (BHU) Varanasi

On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 3:57 AM, al davis <address@hidden> wrote:

> On Monday 03 March 2014, Abhinav singh wrote:
> > I went through the projects listed @
> >  and
> > found that 'replacement of gwave' is one project which lies
> > in my interest and work domain.
> > So can you please provide me some guidance like from where i
> > should start, initial steps which i should take before
> > submitting proposal etc.
> Where to start?
> For the user perspective, I would start by looking at the
> competition.
> 1. gwave, as it is now.  You might be able to use it as a
> starting point.  As a minimum, a replacement must provide an
> equal or better user experience.
> 2. The viewer that comes with NGspice, showing the level of
> integration we need.
> 3. Wave viewers that come with commercial simulators.  What have
> you used?
> As it stands, Gnucap has no graphics.  The graphics will always
> not be part of the core.  It could be done with plugins or
> utility programs.  Regardless, it needs to be easy to use, at
> least as good as whatever else is available.
> For the coding perspective, look at the libraries you might use
> (GTK+?), the gnucap plugin system and gnucap's own libraries.
> Also,  look at languages ..  compiled C++ or interpreted Python?
> That should get you started.

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