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gEDA-user: Printing from PCB from commandline
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- From: Karel Kulhavý <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2004 09:41:49 +0000
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I have read PCB manpage and realized it's possible to define several UNIX
commands that are executed at various occassions. However didn't find any
place where PCB commands could be specified to be executed.
I would like PCB to start, print the design in postscript, print the
design in Gerber, set the displayed texts from refdeses to values, then
print the design again in postscript under different filename base, then
quit without saving file.
Is it possible to program this sequence of actions from commandline?