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Re: Benchmarking kicad compilation on CPUsreleased 6 years apart


I will get an RC-1 of the macOS builds out early next week. I need to
rekajigger it so wx builds without debug asserts.


On Thu, Oct 31, 2019 at 7:26 PM Holger Vogt <holger.vogt@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Do we want to switch to this for the next stable release?  If so, what
> > is the procedure for making sure it's tested?
> >
> > Adam
> >
> I have assembled some test circuits. These include the 4 demo circuits
> delivered by KiCad and some others, simple and more complex ones. You
> may find them at http://ngspice.sourceforge.net/applic.html#KiCad as a
> 7z file. Plots of expected results have been added. So one simply has to
> load the *.sch files, run the simulation and compare the resulting
> plots. PSPICE compatibility has to be enabled (see
> http://ngspice.sourceforge.net/ngspice-eeschema.html#setting).
> I have run these examples with
> KiCad (5.1.5-rc1-2-gfb9b12a98)-1, release build
> and ngspice-31 under Windows 7 (everything is o.k.), and will do this
> with Linux (openSUSE tumbleweed), Windows 10, and macOS Catalina during
> the next few days.
> Holger
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