Customize your EAGLE software with community-created programs.
This ULP simplifies the renaming of a net bringing the most commonly needed information together. Launched from a context menu for a net wire it provides easy access to: The first unused name in Eagle\'s default N$xx format The names of the nets already in use. The names of the visible pin names. connected to the net. Requires Eagle version 6.0.0 or later.
Allows users to define the start and end angle for the circular array. Gives a little bit more flexibility.
YaAlign - Yet another Align Tool Ein einfaches Tool um gruppierte Bauteile untereinander und/oder am Raster auszurichten. (Oben, Unten, Links, Rechts, Mitte, gleicher Abstand) Interaktive Auswahl über Menü. A simple tool to align grouped parts together and/or to the grid. (Top, Bottom, Left, Right, Center, same Distance) Interactive selection via a menu.
Shows a detailed report of differences between schematic and libraries. It also reports if libraries or devices are missing.
V3.0 Improved accuracy in parts placement. As much as six decimal places.
Export netlist in PADS 2000 format. Initial release.
This ULP searches given directory and all subdirectories (1 level of depth only) for BRD files and then automatically exports PNG images from them. Image format, resolution and visible layers are configurable (you need to edit the ULP). You can also switch the ULP to search for other file types, though it is primarily intended for boards. On Windows, the resulting images may end up in VirtualStore, depending on your account security settings.
This ULP create an array of a previously created board, just place markers MRK_DOWN_LEFT,MRK_DELTAX, MRK_DELTAY around your block, also place components NBR_MODX, NBR_MODY and give them the appropriate value, that\"s all. Modules are added in the same board
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.