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Re: XSPICE code models in the simulator
Here are a few:
(you can reassign the first one from me to you if you want to take it on)
Basically the bug reports say "buggy", but in fact these features are not
If you search for "spice" or "ngspice" in the bug tracker (and filter by
status to get rid of the bugs already fixed) you can find more.
On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 4:16 PM Dmitry Salychev <darkness.bsd@xxxxxxxxx>
> On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 01:56:35PM -0400, Wayne Stambaugh wrote:
> > Advanced simulation capabilities would definitely be something the KiCad
> > project would be interested in providing. There is nothing on the road
> > map at the moment because there is no one available to work on it in the
> > foreseeable future. If you are interested in helping to improve KiCad's
> > simulation support, I suggest you take a look at the current simulation
> > code (in eeschema/sim) and help improve the simulation we currently
> > have. There are several outstanding bugs for the ngspice simulator as
> > well as some feature requests which would make simulation a bit more
> > user friendly. That would be a good start to learn your way around the
> > current simulator code before attempting to add a new feature ike xspice
> > support.
> > Cheers,
> > Wayne
> Hi Wayne,
> This is how I hoped to start tinkering with the simulation code. Thanks
> for your advice.
> How can I found these bugs or feature requests associated with ngspice?
> Are they marked somehow in the bug tracker?
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