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Re: gEDA-user: Out and In symbols in gschem & getting net names to come out in PCB

   Really?  So now instead of having a nice clean schematic with net names
   like clk, _clk, reset and _reset I have to have clk:1, _clk:1...
   Is the way around that making the net attribute not visible and making
   the value attribute visible giving it the net name I want to show up on
   the schematic?

   On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 7:00 PM, Stephen Ecob
   <[1]silicon.on.inspiration@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

   On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 8:49 AM, Rob Butts <[2]r.butts2@xxxxxxxxx>
   >   I'm using out and in symbols in gschem to label nets in a schematic
   >   tie nets together without traces running everywhere.  I set the net
   >   attribute of the corresponding out and in symbols in the schematic
   >   the same value (clk for example) and connect these symbols to
   >   pins of various chips.  When I run gsch2pcb and look at the netlist
   >   don't see those nets listed which makes me feel the pins of all the
   >   chips I tie the out and in symbols to are not connected.  How do I
   >   these symbols correctly?
   >   Thanks

     For some reason gschem insists that all nets end in the two
     characters :1
     So a net that I would normally call VCC I call VCC:1 in gschem
     I don't know why, but that's the way it is.
     Failure to add the :1 results in behaviour like what you describe.
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