Eagle PCB 6.4 can now import and export files from LTSpice

etheory

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It's like Christmas in my simulations!

Just type:
"RUN ltspice /I"

for import into your eagle script line or

"RUN ltspice /E"

for export.

Just tested it and it kind of works.

There are some things I have to figure out, since at the moment it pretty much is just importing the lines, BUT, it's so so so close to being automatic.
Once I figure out the details I'll let you all know,

This will potentially save me HOURS and HOURS of time.

Very happy upgrade!

enjoy.
 

etheory

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OK, so....

After the export you can right click on parts and choose "replace" to replace them with the parts you would normally use, which is pretty cool.
That alone just saved me about an hours worth of work on a new DOA design.

Still not flawless, but.... I will find a way!
 

Moby

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etheory said:
It's like Christmas in my simulations!

Just type:
"RUN ltspice /I"

for import into your eagle script line or

"RUN ltspice /E"

for export.

Just tested it and it kind of works.

There are some things I have to figure out, since at the moment it pretty much is just importing the lines, BUT, it's so so so close to being automatic.
Once I figure out the details I'll let you all know,

This will potentially save me HOURS and HOURS of time.

Very happy upgrade!

enjoy.
Awesome :)
 

joaquins

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Nice to know!

Complete integration between both would be perfect, to run simulations in a Eagle project... If I could ask too much PCB traces parastic properties would take a place!

JS
 

tv

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Yeah ... from spice girls to Eagles of spice metal!
 

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