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Re: LTspice data import

From: Kay Nick
Subject: Re: LTspice data import
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2019 18:39:18 +0200
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So I am making good progress on this.

I'm wondering now what is the proper way to state authorship and declare
license conditions for this work. I think I'm going to go with GPL but
AFAIK this has to be stated explicitly in text form in the file itself.
Somehow I didn't come across any good example.

Can anyone give me some example, probably a text snippet, that is
already proven and accepted as an unambiguous declaration of license
conditions and authorship?

Thanks in advance.


On 26.07.19 10:09, Dr. K. nick wrote:
> Dear octave maintainers,
> for my project I have created a function to load LTspice (=very popular
> freeware circuit simulation package from Linear Technologies, now Analog
> devices
> https://www.analog.com/en/design-center/design-tools-and-calculators/ltspice-simulator.html)
> simulation results into octave. It works quite decent so far but it
> needs a bit of polishing and documentation to be easily usable for
> somebody other than me.
> Before taking on this task I'd like to know whether people are
> interested in this kind of functionality being added to octave.
> Let me know what you feel about this.
> regards
> Marcin

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