Customize your EAGLE software with community-created programs.
A small modification of find-single-ended-wire.ulp. If you have a board containing a number of vias connecting polygons on different layers find-single-ended-wire would flag these, which can be irritating if you have a large number of them. find-sew skips these, unless you start it with the \'via\' parameter.
Place the mark on various board, schematic, and package objects via the context menu.
A newer version of my module duplicate ULP that includes duplication of routing (except for power and GND nets). This is still in the initial development stage, but still useful for duplicating some modules.
v1.1 Update: Added smart mode option. Will only enable certain layers (tPlace, bStop, etc.) if the respective copper layer is already enabled. See description for more details and usage. Simple ULP to toggle layers. Intended to use with key shortcuts, but works fine in any application. Argument can be either layer name or number, or a mix of both. Only tested in Layout but should work in lib/lay/sch. No limit to number of arguments. Special CLI option to toggle all arguments the same direction or each individually.
Simple ULP to toggle layers. Intended to use with key shortcuts, but works fine in any application. Argument can be either layer name or number, or a mix of both. Only tested in Layout but should work in lib/lay/sch. No limit to number of arguments. Special CLI option to toggle all arguments the same direction or each individually.
This ULP for v7.2 duplicates the placement of a hierarchical module given an x/y offset and source/destination module name instance. No routing duplication is supported, only the placement is duplicated. This is initial release of this ULP.
Hides all airwires except a group of airwires selected via the group command. Use \'RATS *\' at the command line to unhide all airwires. Modified version of Bob Starr\'s hide-airwires.ulp.
alignD.ulp is a rework of align.ulp with a dialog box for easy text entry and option comparisons. Sadly, like the original, it only works on parts in boards.
Selects components or nets listed at the command line. The component or nets specified at the commandline can be added or subtract to the existing group, filter the existing group, or define a new group. Please rename file from select3.ulp to select.ulp before use. This is an update: Now works in Schematic, added device type, minor change to syntax to allow \"-\" in names, minor bugfix for names with \"+\" chrs.\r\nUploaded by Danny Damhave from Damhave Systems
This ULP generates a script from an existing board that can be run in a library to create a device that represents the PCB with pogo pin holes that match the X/Y locations of SMD test points that contain the attribute \'POGOPIN\'. The SMD test points can be on the top or bottom side of the board and MUST also have an attribute of type \'POGOPIN\' defined for each test point that requires a hole location for mounting a pogo pin