On 12/06/2018 07:11 PM, Yves wrote:
You might want to look into DraftSight, a clone of AutoCad. Not free.
Main drawback: it does not (or did not--haven't looked at it in a while)
recognize whole word instructions, only the abbreviations of
AutoCad 11, and probably later editions. I used a lite version of
AutoCad at work, since I am not primarily a PCB designer, and I never
learned the abbreviations. (Now retired for 16 years.) It runs
i suggest you to crack windows 10 and dowload autodesk autocad trial 30
day and then crack it too its pretty much an easy thing to do for
everybody. Sometime free sofware just dont have it you have to hack it.
On 2018-12-06 17:48, hdv@gmail wrote:
On 12/6/18 11:31 PM, Gene Heskett wrote:
The librecad in the debian repos for wheezy is nearly a decade old,
v-1.02. There are V2-* stuff that still runs on QT4 some of which is
Is there a repo where I can source a newer version than 1.02 without
destroying my system?
1.02 is so old the u-tube tuts are nearly worthless, yet it shows promise
of being able to lay out a boxes rear panel with 13 connections thru it.
which is what I am trying to do.
Or is there an even better 2d app for such?
Some time ago I tried LibreCAD as well and soon had to conclude there were too
many issues with it to proceed. Meanwhile I've adopted QCAD (the Pro version)
and I am quite happy with it. I've been drawing some fairly complex stuff with
it (industrial machinery) and have been able to do almost everything I needed it
to do. Mind you it is 2D only, but as far as I can remember the same was true of
I think it might not satisfy the DFSG, as there are proprietary modules in it,
but most of the code is licensed under GPLv3.
on Linux--I have an RPM system.
--doug, retired RF engineer.