CAD software on irix

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Re: CAD software on irix

Unread postby rwengerter » Thu Jun 11, 2015 2:53 pm

ivelegacy wrote:
cybercow wrote:neko-qcad

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edit:
it seems to me there are two open sources choices
  • gEAD
  • KiCad


If someone is willing to port from Windows to Irix there is one more choice:
FreePCB: http://www.freepcb.com
It's source code is at:
https://freepcb.googlecode.com/svn
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Re: CAD software on irix

Unread postby hamei » Thu Jun 11, 2015 6:03 pm

rwengerter wrote:If someone is willing to port from Windows to Irix there is one more choice:
FreePCB: http://www.freepcb.com

Ouch. That would be a huge project. Windows and X are so different ... if you just want circuit diagrams and circuit boards, xcircuit builds nicely on Irix. And the guy doing it is pretty helpful if you have a problem.
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Re: CAD software on irix

Unread postby vishnu » Sun Jun 14, 2015 2:30 pm

I've got the IRIX version of Catia five-point-something, but no license. If you contact them and ask about acquiring an IRIX license they just go :?: :?: :?:
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Re: CAD software on irix

Unread postby pentium » Tue Jun 16, 2015 11:51 am

I have under Irix 4.0.5 a copy of GeoCAD. I know pretty much nothing about it, let alone how to view my dad's old work files but it seems otherwise decent when you persuade it to open a new file. The company who released it is based out of Southern Ontario (might of been Waterloo) and last I tried about six years ago they had disposed of the documentation so nothing but this install that I am aware of still exists. :(
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