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Re: gEDA-user: Part specification
> On Sun, Aug 08, 2004 at 08:59:30AM -0400, Stuart Brorson wrote:
> > Here's a suggestion: Create a "description" attribute, and use
> > gattrib to enter it multiple times.
> I have a Makefile that generates -g bom2 or -g bom I don't remember
> and then processes it by a C program to get a part list:
> Will it work with "description" attribute too?
Yes. Both bom and bom2 use a file called "attribs" which holds a
single line list of the attribs you want to list out in order. Just
add "description" to the list. Then it will work. I just checked
this, so I am sure! Here's the attribs file:
[root@localhost gEDA_Test]# less attribs
refdes device footprint description
and here's a session log where I create output.net and then list it:
[root@localhost gEDA_Test]# gnetlist -g bom test.sch
gEDA/gnetlist version 20040111
gEDA/gnetlist comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; see COPYING for more
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under
conditions; please see the COPYING file for more details.
Loading schematic [test.sch]
[root@localhost gEDA_Test]# less output.net
package refdes device footprint description
R4 R4 RESISTOR 0603 Single_Resistor
C47 C47 CAPACITOR 0805 SingleCap
As for your C program, I can't tell you what it will do.
> Is it possible to
> tell gnetlist that "description" attribute should be used and where
> "description" is not present, "device" should be used instead?
Why don't you experiment for a while?!? :-)