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Re: kicad save file format
Damien RANNOU <damien.rannou@...>
Sun, 10 May 2009 00:56:11 +0200
Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 (X11/20090409)
good idea, and it works.
Commit done for eeschema, thank you !
Dick Hollenbeck a écrit :
Damien RANNOU wrote:
> Yeah sorry about that, this was just a suggestion.
> I'm trying to fix it !
What about putting \n in the text that you are saving?
so that if you load the file into a text editor, you actually see \n
here is the first line\nhere is the second
What I am saying is that this is not a newline, but rather a human
readable \n combo of two characters that is interpreted as a new line.
> Dick Hollenbeck a écrit :
>> Damien RANNOU wrote:
>>> My name is Damien RANNOU, I'm a hardware and software developer in a
>>> French company, and I use kicad since 3 years ago (I was using it in a
>>> french robotic association).
>>> I recently commited some modifications in eeschema and pcbnew, to be
>>> able to write multilines text. I found some bugs, that I'm trying to
>> This sounds like you created a bug, not found a bug.
>>> The biggest one is that if you save a eeschema with a multiline
>>> Text, you will not be able to load it because file format doesn't
>>> multiline text.
>> It is good to know where you are going before you begin your trip.
>> I agree that the file format cannot support your changes. But this is
>> an involved discussion that cannot be made by one person,
>> that just arrived. I suggest you look at all previous postings about
>> file formats.
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