Before I even begin, let me just tell you that you have a very good piece o=
software there with great potential. I've been fiddling with it for the pas=
month and I like what I see.
I myself am an electrical engineering student (Specialize in Power
Electronics and RF), so as you can understand, there is a lot for me to
benefit from Qucs.
Anyway, I couldn't help but notice that Qucs seriously lacks in
I was wondering if there is anything I can do to help.
Also, I would like to help with coding a bit too if I can, but my
programming skills are a bit rusty since I haven't done anything in years,
so I'm a bit scared to try anything. So if there is anything small I could
start on to get back on track I would be most grateful.
Well, that's about it, if you have any suggestions I'll be more than happy
to help (plus I have some ideas for Qucs, as one that uses it, if you are
willing to listen).
Hoping to hear from you soon,
From: Stefan Jahn <stefan@gr...> - 2006-04-27 06:29:24
Am Mi, 26.04.2006, 16:50, schrieb Michael.Margraf@...:
>> I was glad hearing from you and I'm eager to start.
>> The import/output filters sound like a good place to start for me, and I
>> that it was marked with "nothing or very little effort has been made".
>> Anyway, I don't know much about the development procedure, so if you
>> will be
>> kind enough to guide me at how I send you the code or guidelines for how
>> yo u
>> want the code to look (If there is a certain uniformity in code you wish
>> to have).
> I think it would be nice to implement it into qucsconv.
> Stefan, do you agree ?
> You then need a function that gets a file descriptor for the
> input file and one for the output file, and that's it.
> There is no other guidline. You are totally free.
It would be nice if you could use bison/flex for input scanning and
parsing. Just see the examples in qucsconv...
> If you have a very first version of that program, please send
> it to me. I will put it into CVS. You then need a sourceforge
> account to access the CVS. Are you already registered at
> sourceforge ? Do you know CVS ?
>> For the meantime, I'll start looking into other software file format
> Do you know ADS ? It would be nice to importing ADS schematics.
> I already have "decoded" the file format.
Ah. Did you already? Nice. Can you send me your material?