New old products :)
Alexandre Souza - Listas
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Tue Apr 13 11:49:42 CDT 2010
>> Next time, use kicad, diptrace or something useful. Eagle sux.
> I'm not going to defend Eagle, but I'm unfamiliar with diptrace - what
> makes it better?
Ethan, it is a matter of using the tool, I could say wonders about
diptrace, but I do believe nothing will be compared with you getting the
tool and taking a look.
> I use Eagle because it works on any computer I'm likely to be sitting
> and and because there are lots of examples and user-contributed parts.
> I'm not opposed to switching tools, but I'd rather not switch tools
> just to spend all my time creating libraries for classic computer
> components. If another tool has better libraries and is easier to
> use, then I'm all for it.
I use Altium Designer, but I admit it is too expensive for (legal) hobby
I do believe in Diptrace. But KICAD is getting better and better
everyday. More libraries and a very active development. Maybe you'll want to
take a look at it :)
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