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Cannot create a via with a copper annulus less than 0.0508mm

Bug #1539882 reported by Rob Spanton on 2016-01-30
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Bug Description

Currently, pcb requires that vias and pins have a copper annulus of 0.0508mm, and if they don't, pcb will increase the pad size to enforce this requirement.

This should really be something that is enforced by a DRC, rather than a hard-coded constant.

Find a patch attached that fixes this issue.

Peter Clifton (pcjc2) wrote :

Deemed to be a valid feature request / bug.

I believe the code to impose the minimums for older file format loads is unnecessary, so should be removed - rather than patched to retain the old minimum.

Changed in pcb:
status: New → Triaged
Changed in pcb:
milestone: none → next-bug-release
importance: Undecided → Low
Rob Spanton (r-rnb-2) wrote :

Ok, I've removed the old file format support stuff. There was also an issue with an extra use of MIN_PINORVIACOPPER that the first patch didn't remove (I actually wrote this patch about a year ago, and I assume it crept in since then), which I've also removed. Patch attached.

Tested with round, square and octagonal pin pads.

Changed in pcb:
milestone: next-bug-release → future-bug-release
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