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gspiceui - GUI frontend for various electronic circuit simulation engines
gspiceui [-v] [-h] [-r RCFILE] [-c] [-s SIMENG] [-a ANA] [-g [PROC]] [-w VIEWER] [FILE/S]
GNU SPICE GUI is intended to provide a GUI for various freely available electronic circuit
simulation engines ie. GNU-Cap and NG-Spice. It uses gnetlist to convert schematic files
to net list files and gWave or Gaw to display simulation results. gSchem is the preferred
schematic capture tool.
gspiceui accepts the following options :
-v Print version information.
-h Print usage information.
-d Enable debug mode (generates console spew on standard error).
-r RCFILE Specify a configuration file.
-c Rebuild/clean the configuration file.
-s SIMENG Specify the simulation engine to be used.
-a ANA Specify the analysis page to be displayed.
-g [PROC] Specify the guile procedure which is executed to create the netlist.
-w VIEWER Specify the waveform viewer to be used.
FILE/S Specify a circuit description file to load or schematic file/s to import. If
multiple schematics files are specified they are read sequentially and parsed
with the assumption that they are all part of the same design. Any file/s must
be specified at the end of the command line.
NOTE : Option -s should come before -a if both are specified.
Report bugs to <mwaters517_AT_gmail_DOT_com>.
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