> Martin wrote: >> Have a look at KiCAD http://www.lis.inpg.fr/realise_au_lis/kicad/. > > I'm impressed by it appearance. But it only has a small library; no 65xx present. I'm using Eagle, www.cadsoft.de, which has a free version as well. [...] As said I'm impressed. But with almost no library present and (AFAIK) no conversion tool, I stick with Eagle. The best library is the one created by yourself - because you're sure, the dimensions are correct. I've made bad experiences using 3rd-party-libraries what was very annoying. Creating own libraries is IHMO easier in KiCAD than in Eagle, but that may be a matter of experience. Tools exist to convert Eagle schematics and libraries to KiCAD, and for some other CAD programs too. Best thing is the lack of any limit: KiCAD allows you to create as many sheets, sub-sheets or boards at any size you want. Nils Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2010-10-04 08:00:14
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