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Re: gEDA-user: Broken TO92 footprint

On Fri, 20 May 2011 11:29:20 -0400
DJ Delorie <dj@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > Perhaps, and as DJ says the actual mapping varies from one
> > transistor type to another.  [...]
> I think, if we were to accept such a change, what we'd need is a range
> of TO92 packages with all the permutations of EBC and SGD, like
> TO92_EBC.fp, TO92_ECB.fp, TO92_SDG.fp, etc.  Likewise for SOT23,
> SOT323, SOT523, SOT723, TO220, etc.  We'd probably need variants for
> regulators, like TO220_IGO.fp (in,gnd,out) vs TO220_IOG.fp (7805 vs
> 3.3v LDO).
> I suggest using a script :-)
> (geek points if it's an M4 script ;)

You mean, like THIS? (see attachment)

I added a few additional types I ran across while researching this.

I'll take my geek points thank you very much, whether it's M4 or bash. :-)

"There are some things in life worth obsessing over. ÂMost
things aren't, and when you learn that, life improves."
Vanessa Ezekowitz <vanessaezekowitz@xxxxxxxxx>

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