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Re: gEDA-user: Symbol question â suggestions?

Den 2011-01-04 21:48:55 skrev <asomers@xxxxxxxxx>:

That chip is a quad analog switch, right?  I would set the pin types
to "pas" because they aren't digital pins at all.  The enable pin is
definitely of type "in".

Maybe this is in the wiki somewhere and I just missed it, but what are the possible text strings for pintype? So far I've seen in, out, oc, pas. Are there more? Do the gEDA software use them for something or is it just for the user?

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 1:42 PM, Stephan Boettcher
<boettcher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

"Johnny Rosenberg" <gurus.knugum@xxxxxxxxx> writes:

I created this symbol, it's the 74-series version of the 4066 (4
bilateral switches), called 744066 (as in 74LV4066, for example):



The documentation of the symbol can be found at
I am not sure I got the pin numbers right (or how to use pinseq vs

The slot attribute does not get promoted.  Why can't I promote an
attribute after placement from the (ee) Element attribute edit window?

I am also not sure about the pin type of ICs like this one. It's not
really just âinâ and âoutâ, is it? I used âinâ and âoutâ anyway, since
I  couldn't come up with anything better, and I called the third one
âenâ as  in âenableâ but I am not sure about that one either.

pintype has a limited set of valid values.  The E pin is an input so
it's pintype=in, I guess.


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