I cannot find a clean way to probe the currents of a component.
Tweaking the ".print" line of the simulation file generates the data (and is overriden all the time ;-(
but labels etc are tied to "V(…). Does gspiceui support current probing at all ?
The list of parameters on the right of the GUI is the probe type.
Select current and you will probe the component current.
I've got two voltage sources named V_V1 and V_V2. The "Parameteres" box to the right shows voltage activated and everything else (e.g. current) greyed out. This holds for all simulation types. I cannot pick current for probing. Do I need a different ( newer) version ? I'm running 0.9.98 alpha, the one part of the Ubuntu 10.04 repositories …
Furthermore, I'm confused by the fact that I can pick probing type just for the singe, sweept source.
How about the fixed sources ?
Does this work for windows yet? I built the application using MinGW and I see the GUI working but when I try to simulate the circuit it fails with "Unknown Error". I have both ngspice and GNUCAP installed in the same directory. Both of these applications work independently.
I haven't tried to compile gspiceui under Windoze. The last time I did any Windoze development was decades ago, probably under Win95 or maybe Win98. I wouldn't know where to start these days.
Having said all that I recognise that there are some people out there who don't use Linux. So I could support you in you're efforts to getting it going if you like.
Let me know.
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