pcb

The windows version writes broken absolute path to *.pcb file

Bug #1403618 reported by KaiMartin on 2014-12-17
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
gEDA project
Medium
Unassigned
pcb
Low
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Bug Description

The windows version of pcb writes broken absolute path to *.pcb file .

Real world example:
 Attribute("import::src0" "E:DokumenteKlausArbeitDoktorElektronikPhotodiode MMIC 2.0PD-mmic2.0.sch")

There are no "/" or "\" to seperate the levels of the file tree.

Consequently, import_schematic fails with "file not found".

---<)kaimartin(>---

tags: added: windows
Bert Timmerman (bert-timmerman) wrote :

Hi Kai-Martin,

Which version or daily snapshot of pcb are you running ?

Kind regards,

Bert Timmerman.

Changed in pcb:
status: New → Incomplete
importance: Undecided → Low
Traumflug (mah-jump-ing) on 2015-09-27
Changed in geda-project:
importance: Undecided → Medium
  • trial1.sch Edit (389 bytes, application/x-kicad-schematic; name="trial1.sch")
  • trial1.eps Edit (18.7 KiB, application/postscript; name="trial1.eps")

Hi,

I am having problem in the schematic display with red boxes on the device
pins as shown in this attachment.
Could you please suggest a solution.
I am using gschem 1.8.2 (g875406c) version on Ubuntu 14.10.

Regards
Sani

On Sun, Sep 27, 2015 at 7:06 PM, Traumflug <email address hidden> wrote:

> ** Also affects: geda-project
> Importance: Undecided
> Status: New
>
> ** Changed in: geda-project
> Importance: Undecided => Medium
>
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> Title:
> The windows version writes broken absolute path to *.pcb file
>
> Status in gEDA project:
> New
> Status in pcb:
> Incomplete
>
> Bug description:
> The windows version of pcb writes broken absolute path to *.pcb file .
>
> Real world example:
> Attribute("import::src0" "E:DokumenteKlausArbeitDoktorElektronikPhotodiode
> MMIC 2.0PD-mmic2.0.sch")
>
> There are no "/" or "\" to seperate the levels of the file tree.
>
> Consequently, import_schematic fails with "file not found".
>
> ---<)kaimartin(>---
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