Customize your EAGLE software with community-created programs.
Rotate a package in Library and generate package veriants.Dreht ein Package in der Bibliothek und erzeugt Packagevarianten im Device.\r\nUploaded by A. Zaffran from CadSoft
ENGLISH: dumps a ULP-library-struct to a textfile while in library-editor DEUTSCH: gibt aus dem LibEditor ein komplettes ULP-library-objekt in eine textdatei aus\r\nUploaded by Frank Benkert from FRB Computersysteme GmbH
DRILEGEND.ULP for eagle 4.04 is the new version of \\\"driltabh.ulp\\\". It create a drill legend for add in your board. There is a lot of new functions: horizontal or vertical legend, choice of layer and size for symbols and texts, ranks for fields, editable title fields, precision, mils, milimeters, microns, quantity, plated, tolerance, and more...\r\nUploaded by Christian Bohrer from AZ electronic (France)
A ulp that copies the layout from one project to an other. Needs some work on signals names and Ref-Des\"s\r\nUploaded by Tom Morrison from Datac Control Ireland.
Draw a circle with the number of pins specified on the command line, eg: RUN drawpoly.ulp \r\nUploaded by Bill Eichin from backwoods technologies llc
This EAGLE User Language Program generates a drill configuration file for the current board, which can be used as ASCII rack-file in GC-PREVUE. The main body was taken from DRILLCFG.ULP. \r\nUploaded by Reinhard Daemon from University of Technology Graz
This EAGLE User Language Program generates new layers for cream frame.This can be edited seperately.Das ULP erzeugt neue Layer fuer die Loetstopsymbole. Diese können seperat geändert werden.\r\nUploaded by Holger Buss from Forschung und Entwicklung
A modified renumber-sch.ulp that allows you to optionally specify the starting number, skip numbers ending in particular digits and/or renumber only those parts within a rectangle you draw on a separate layer (as a sort of primitive group function).\r\nUploaded by Neil Allison from Avon Technical Solutions
This ULP converts a schematic or a board into input for GNU PIC. PIC is a picture description language used by Troff and LaTeX for very high quality typesetting of documents, reports, manuals, datasheets, etc. Adapted from the dxf writer ulp.\r\nUploaded by D. Jeff Dionne from uClinux project
BILL OF MATERIAL, improved version of PART.ULP\r\nUploaded by Reinhard Dämon from University of Technology Graz