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Re: gEDA-user: TI-TINA Spice and gEDA

   I use the spice-sdb back end for gnetlist.
   I was having some problems with simulating a circuit with a "floating"
   ground.  It turns out when I set it up in LTSpice (which I run under
   Wine on OS X) it works fine.  That is, I manually enter the schematic
   and components into the GUI frontend.
   So the most likely explanations are, I have an error in my schematic
   that I am not spotting, or the spice-sdb is outputting something that
   is upsetting LTSpice.  The truth of the matter is I have modified the
   spice-sdb scheme file, so I may have made a boo-boo.

   From: Stefan Salewski <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
   To: gEDA user mailing list <geda-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
   Sent: Sat, January 1, 2011 5:53:23 AM
   Subject: Re: gEDA-user: TI-TINA Spice and gEDA
   On Fri, 2010-12-31 at 16:30 -0800, Oliver King-Smith wrote:
   > I have been having problems with LTSpice simulating some components
   >    from TI.
   Why, what was not working? LTSpice with wine and Linux?
   >  I was thinking of looking at TINA-TI spice program.  Has
   >    anyone tried going from gschem to TINA?
   So gschem -> LTSpice works fine? How did you do it?
   I have tried TINA-TI once with Windows-XP -- not too bad for evaluating
   properties missing in the datasheet. But you can not really trust the
   spice models, one was very wrong. You may still find my problem
   mentioned in sci.electronics.design, but they have fixed it now.
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