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Re: gEDA-user: shorted net warning
After I received your message I went back and took a
look at the layout prior to routing. Two components
did have touching pads.
Thanks for the help.
(* jcl *)
--- Dan McMahill <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 02:53:46PM -0700, John
> Luciani wrote:
> > I am using PCB version 1.99p and get the following
> > warnings after I choose Connects->optimize
> > 2: WARNING!! net "unnamed_net6" is shorted to net
> > "unnamed_net3"
> > 3: WARNING!! net "unnamed_net3" is shorted to net
> > "unnamed_net6"
> > Here is the netlist:
> > unnamed_net7 U2-4 C6-2
> > unnamed_net6 U2-1 C6-1
> > unnamed_net5 U2-3 T1-8
> > unnamed_net4 T1-7 T1-6
> > unnamed_net3 U2-2 T1-5
> > unnamed_net2 T1-4 T1-2
> > unnamed_net1 T1-3 T1-1
> > If I ignore the warning and route the circuit I
> > get the message:
> > Congratulations!!
> > The layout is complete!
> > And has no shorted nets.
> > I am not sure why the original warning was
> > or why it disappeared. Has anyone else seen this?
> > (* jcl *)
> When you first got the warning, were there any
> traces on the board?
> Were some of the component pads touching each other?
> Are you certain that there are no shorted nets in
> the routed design?
> (I should hope not, if so its a serious bug and I
> want it fixed)
> Was this autorouted?
> Do you have a copy of the layout in the state where
> you had
> the shorted nets warning you could post?
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