An Electronic Definition Interchange Format (EDIF) parser which allows exports
from one EDA schematic capture system (such as OrCad) for import into another (such as KiCad)

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  • Since I cannot post anywhere else, I'll try it here: I found a couple of problems using this software: * If you export EDIF from Orcad, this EDF might have newlines at each 80 characters; if you use this file as input to the pretty print, spaces that happen to occur where these newlines are entered will be 'swallowed', and so it will show up as syntax error in the pretty-printed EDF. * When I tested it, the program segfaulted; it was because ref->p for some reason was a null pointer in edif.y:1456 - the solution is to insert the line "if (ref->p == NULL) ref->p = &zplst;" right before line 1455 (which is "OutInst(cellRef, ref->s, ") .... Other than that - the program seems to work fine !!

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C, Yacc

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2007-09-28