On 9/27/2013 6:19 AM, Stefan Petersen wrote:
> On 09/27/2013 09:03 AM, Florian Knodt wrote:
>> but i dont know if they can do measurements.
@Florian: I traded emails with the author, sent him samples, etc, and he
was able to add logic analyzer support over the weekend! You can now
export the rigol .WFM files to VCD or OLS using a python command line
I also posted a new blog post detailing how you can use awk/sed/cut to
rearrange a Rigol csv into an OLS data file.
> There is a bunch of other (external) viewers at
I never knew there were so many of these out there. I've got play and
find the "best" one. So far, gtkwave seems to be the most feature rich.
> Also found Gwave http://gwave.sourceforge.net/
I'll try this, too!
Maybe this is "the" problem with open source in general, but I see all
of these separate efforts to achieve more or less the same thing. I
can't help but think how awesome a final product that combined the
efforts of everyone could be. And I know there are differences in
direction, sometimes the targeted platform, overall goal, language
expertise, people's roles.... I appreciate that it's difficult. I just
see this repeated theme across many application areas, and can't help
but mention it.
Thanks everyone for the replies.