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Re: [Help-gnucap] Library load


From: Al Davis
Subject: Re: [Help-gnucap] Library load
Date: Sun, 3 Oct 2004 23:05:38 -0400
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On Monday 30 August 2004 04:35 pm, Ruben Gomez Antoli wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> A stupid newbie questions here, sorry, but i can't find
> anything about this in doc and in mail list, sure is due to
> my incompetence to look for it.
>
> Sorry for my very bad english, too.
>
> And, please cc me, i'm not in the list.
>
> I'm engineering student and i should to do some eda
> practices. Commonly in my university, students use pspice,
> but i wan't to use it, because no windows in that machine,
> and i want to use free tools. I promise to my teacher write a
> howto about this, perhaps someone use free tool in my
> university in near future.
>
> My question:
>
> ┬┐how i transform the above lines from pspice format to
> gnucap?
>
> .LIB library.lib
> .PARAM FREQ=60.0Hz
>
> I can't load the library where there are some subcircuits
> necessary to do simulation.
>
> I try to do:
>
> gnucap>get library
>
> and after:
>
> gnucap> get circuit
>
> but, don't run.
>
> I read the tutorial, and search in manual with no sucess.

Sorry about the delay in responding.

".LIB" and ".PARAM" are PSPICE extensions, not standard SPICE.  
They are on the to-do list.

For now, it might work to do "include library.lib", but still 
there may be PSPICE extensions in the file.  It that doesn't 
work, manually extract the model you need into a separate file, 
then include that.

There is no easy way to do PARAM.  Maybe using cpp (the C 
preprocessor) might help.

The last 2 years have been dead as far as new work on  Gnucap is 
concerned.  It will get better soon.  I am beginning a 
"non-teaching term", so I have a few months to work on it 
almost full time.

LIB and PARAM are actually easy to do. 




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