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KTechlab

   0.3  

KDE Scientific

Score 84%
KTechlab
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KTechlab
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KTechlab
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Link:  http://ktechlab.org
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  8035
Submitted:  Dec 17 2004
Updated:  Jan 5 2006

Description:

KTechlab is an IDE for electronic circuits and microcontrollers. It can perform simulation a variety of components (logic, integrated, linear, nonlinear and reactive), simulation and debugging of PIC microcontrollers via gpsim, and comes with its own closely-linked and complementary high level languages: FlowCode and Microbe.

It has been designed to be as easy to use and unintrusive as possible; all components and FlowParts have context sensitive help, and simulating electronics is as simple as dragging components onto the work area and creating connectors that autoroute themselves between their pins. FlowCode allows users new to PICs to instantly create their own programs, while the electronic simulation allows stepping through a PIC's assembly program inside a circuit.

Debian packages: http://ktechlab.org/download/deb/

Build Recommendations:
- gpsim (see http://ktechlab.org/download/gpsim.php)

Runtime Recommendations:
- gputils - http://gputils.sourceforge.net/




Changelog:

For the full changelog, see: http://ktechlab.org/features/changelog.php

- Simulation support for transistors, inductors and opamps.
- Translations into French, Italian and Spanish.
- Support for SDCC, a C compiler that supports PICs.
- Programming of PICs.
- High-level-language debugging (C and Microbe).
- Symbol inspection in debugger, including mouse-over tooltip display.
- Voltage and current probes for the oscilloscope.




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 yeah

 
 by x0mp on: Sep 27 2006
 
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This is an excelent app! It´s perfect to learn easier, a few minutes trying and I love it! Thanks for your work :)


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 Does't find gpsim

 
 by karlosp on: Oct 24 2006
 
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I installed gpsim 0.21.11 but when I configure it prints
WARNING: gpsim support will not be compiled as gpsim >= 0.21.4 was not found


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 ktechlab.org gone

 
 by blilly on: Feb 11 2007
 
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For the past month, I have tried unsuccessfully to reach ktechlab.org.

Whois lists ns1.aaaa.ws and ns2.aaaa.ws as nameservers.

ns1.aaaa.ws is 83.149.123.165 and is unreachable from here (route dies at 213.248.73.163).

ns2.aaaa.ws is 83.149.123.179, which is reachable but returns no responses to DNS queries.

Therefore it is impossible to obtain an IP address for ktechlab.org, which is consequently unreachable.


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 Re: ktechlab.org gon

 
 by pklaus on: Apr 22 2007
 
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Take a look at https://sourceforge.net/projects/ktechlab/


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 Bug with '100' value

 
 by falcom on: Jul 16 2007
 
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Great application, I've compiled it in SuSe 10.2. It runs well but if I tried to set value of any component (resistor, capacitor) to 100 it got frozen. Does anybody know any hint or correction?
Maybe cooperation with EagleCAD (www.cadsoft.de) would be good for the future enhancement.


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 Great!

 
 by mutlaqja on: Aug 29 2007
 
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Great application that's a pleasure to use! It compiled and ran perfectly on SUSE 10.2. Now if we can just get PCB design support, that would be fantastic!


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 Dead project?

 
 by ssuominen on: Jan 24 2010
 
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No homepage and for KDE 3.5.x.

Too bad.


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 Re: Dead project?

 
 by mikilinux on: Feb 18 2010
 
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Project is not dead. :-))

Wiki -> http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/ktechlab/index.php?title=Main_Page

Web site project -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/ktechlab/

Bye 8-)


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