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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:  8079
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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 Don't compile

 
 by Kaisermart on: Jan 5 2006
 
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/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i586-suse-linux/3.3.5/../../../../i586-suse-linux/bin/ld: cannot find -lgtk-x11-2.0
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

This is the error. whats happens. I use suse 9.3 and kde 3.40.

I use the version 0.1 of ktechlab and it is amazing.


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 Re: Don't compile

 
 by davidsaxton on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Do you have gtk-2.0 library and development packages installed?


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 Re: Re: Don't compile

 
 by Kaisermart on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Yes I have the gtk2 devel installed. I think that the problem is the lib path.
libgtk-x11-2.0.* are installed in /opt/gnome/lib . I must use /usr/lib ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Don't compile

 
 by Kaisermart on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Still the same error


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 Re: Re: Re: Don't compile

 
 by davidsaxton on: Jan 5 2006
 
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I don't have SuSE, so all I can do is a quick google search for the error - which suggests making sure "pkgconfig" is installed.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Don't compile

 
 by Kaisermart on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Yes is installed too. I update gtk2 library and devel and obtain the same error.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Don't compile

 
 by davidsaxton on: Jan 5 2006
 
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I'm out of ideas. All I can suggest is that you google for your error message (http://www.google.com/search?q=%22cannot+find+-lgtk-x11-2.0%22) and try the suggestions that are found.

Alternatively, maybe someone will make a SuSE package :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Don't compile

 
 by Kaisermart on: Jan 6 2006
 
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The error is in -L/opt/gnome/lib not appear, and -L/usr/lib not appear to in the compilation. When I do ln -s libgtk-x11-2.0.la /opt/kde3/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.l and the same for the others libgtk-x11-2.0.* it compiles, but appear the error in other lib of gnome.How can I fix this?



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 Re: Don't compile

 
 by deif on: Jan 27 2006
 
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I had the very exact problem you have.
I fixed it doing a 'export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/gnome/lib' and executing make again.

I don't know why it works. I found it by changing some enviroment variables related to linking and paths. It was a matter of luck.


chmod 777 /dev/inet
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 Future plannings?

 
 by alphacentauri on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Great application! I'm locking for electronic software for linux since a long time, but most are out of development, user-unfriendly or patchworks.
It would be really nice to have an integrated, modular EDA solution for Linux.
Have you thought about SPICE support? That would offer lots of devices as all common EDA solutions are SPICE based. Furthermore this would provide enhanced simulation options.
What about PCB? AVR support would be great!

Many thanks for your work and a happy new year!


sorry for my worse english...
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 Re: Future plannings?

 
 by davidsaxton on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Hi alphacentauri,

What do you mean by SPICE support? Importing / exporting SPICE netlist files for simulation would be very easy to implement (just needs someone to do it ;)). Using an external SPICE simulator seems a bit strange though - it would remove the wonderful interactivity of simulation in ktechlab, which is fast approaching SPICE's feature-level anyway.

PCB support - it'll probably get implemented at some point as an option to export the circuit to an external PCB program. I haven't looked at this so I don't know how feasible it'd be.

AVR support - this question deserves to go in the FAQ (it gets asked lots). Quick answer: there's nothing available on linux that is directly suitable for ktechlab (simulavr++ seems to be the best avr simulator, but it would need lots of work to allow the simulation parts to be loaded as libraries as ktechlab does with gpsim). So if I get enough time / someone else has enough time to patch simulavr (or something similar), then AVR support can be implemented :)

Have a happy new year too!


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 Re: Re: Future plann

 
 by alphacentauri on: Jan 6 2006
 
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Hi David,
with SPICE support I mean an integrated SPICE frontend as PSPICE, for example. There is unfortunately no passable linux-interface so far.
The only projects I found are:
http://spiceplus.sourceforge.net
http://www.geda.seul.org/tools/gspiceui
http://arrakis.gforge.lug.fi.uba.ar
And there is another KDE project with its own simulator:
http://qucs.sourceforge.net
Your simulator is nice for experiments, but for professional use one needs features like frequency domain analysis, parametric sweep, etc. Furthermore I like the way to handle with the simulation results in PSPICE. There you can perform any calculation, create bode plots, access any voltage/current in the circuit after simulation finished.
But you are right, I doen't think that SPICE can offer this interactivity as your simulator does.
I would really like to help you with simulavr integration, but I'm not a PC developer and have zero knowledge about GUI programming. Maybe I can contribute a German translation after finishing my diploma thesis.
Best regards


sorry for my worse english...
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 Re: Re: Re: Future plann

 
 by davidsaxton on: Jan 7 2006
 
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> But you are right, I doen't think that SPICE can offer this interactivity as your simulator does.

I thought about your ideas a bit more, and being able to use SPICE from ktechlab would be very useful. It's unlikely that I'll ever implement AC Analysis and other tools in ktechlab's simulator (for many reasons...), but as you say, these tools are needed for professional use. And as such tools aren't interactive anyway, it doesn't matter about them not being able to fit into ktechlab; one could, say, click on a "Perform AC Analysis", and have the results shown in a separate tab.

And above all, outputing netlist files and reading in results is pretty trivial to implement. So I'll think about it for 0.4 :)


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 SlackWare Package!!!

 
 by gohanz on: Jan 7 2006
 
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A SlackWare TGz package with SlackBuild Script is Ready to DownLoad!!!

http://www.slacky.it/

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=389&parent=category


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 COOOL

 
 by CaCO3 on: Jan 8 2006
 
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What a great app!

Thank you very much for this cool tool.
It is very usefull for me.


my $HOME: http://www.ruinelli.ch
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 KTechlab

 
 by ondrish on: Jan 8 2006
 
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Awesome, very good job, thanks for you work, keep it up!


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 klik version

 
 by Kaisermart on: Jan 8 2006
 
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Someone put 0.3 version of ktechlab in klik. http://ktechlab.klik.atekon.de/. Thank you very much i can't compile it ;).


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