Re: [kicad-users] Re: Tried the FreeRouting option - get an error when exporting to *.dsn file
- On 04/27/2012 10:31 AM, dickelbeck wrote:
> > The >>actual<< Reference name it was complaining about was calledAs I mentioned in my original reply, the first paragraph describes how I
> > "MOUNT-HOLE1" not just "M". So someone should really look into
> > the Error reporting when it comes to this.
> I did, the code looks fine.
> I'm not an expert programmer,
> > primarily in hardware but I dabble a lot in programming. But I do know
> > it's very important to provide >>clear and concise<< error reporting,
> > Otherwise your work is not going to help anyone -- but I digress.
> You did, into a worthless realm.
> Open your board with a text editor. If you do not find the module named
> "M", then submit a patch to lines around line number 979 of
resolved the problem. I also had stated that I double checked the
schematics for any Component Reference ID that begins with an "M".
Thereafter, the specctra export worked fine and it's now currently in
autoroute. Therefore the error message was indeed referring to these 4
mounting holes I had added in PCBnew at a later stage.
Perhaps the error reporting is truncating the Reference name ??
- 2012/4/26 Dan Roganti <ragooman@...>QAutorouter is a project at very early stage. It is not yet ready to be used for any kind of production, it can be used only for testing partially done elements of the application. However some plug-ins are being developed right now.[...]
I can successfully run the autorouter using Freerouting.net. Its working
right now. I also installed QtAutorouter, but it doesn't seem to start
after I load the *.dsn file and clisk on the 'Start' button--because I
see no indication that's it's running (As I do with the FreeRouting.net
I noticed inside the QtAutorouter Preferences, on the Autorouter tab,
the Default Autorouter menu selection is left blank --and there's no
other selection to choose--. Maybe this is reason ? Can this be correct ?