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kicad cmb library update

Francesco Messineo
Hi all,
I'm not sure who started this fine kicad library for MOS/CBM parts,
but it lacked the 8501/7501 CPU, so I just added it.
The attached file must be renamed adding a dot between cbm and lib
(thanks gmail). I hope the pinout I found is correct.
HTH
Frank

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Re: kicad cmb library update

Jim Brain
On 6/26/2018 1:39 PM, Francesco Messineo wrote:
Hi all,
I'm not sure who started this fine kicad library for MOS/CBM parts,
but it lacked the 8501/7501 CPU, so I just added it.
The attached file must be renamed adding a dot between cbm and lib
(thanks gmail). I hope the pinout I found is correct.
HTH
Frank

For those still on EAGLE, I had to do the same to create the 7501 part, and I just added the 6523:


https://github.com/go4retro/EAGLE_lbr/blob/master/commodore.lbr


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Re: kicad cmb library update

Daniel V. Mackey
At 11:23 PM 6/26/2018, you wrote:

Jim, Thank you for doing that.


On 6/26/2018 1:39 PM, Francesco Messineo wrote:

Hi all,
I'm not sure who started this fine kicad library for MOS/CBM parts,
but it lacked the 8501/7501 CPU, so I just added it.
The attached file must be renamed adding a dot between cbm and lib
(thanks gmail). I hope the pinout I found is correct.
HTH
Frank
For those still on EAGLE, I had to do the same to create the 7501 part, and I just added the 6523:


https://github.com/go4retro/EAGLE_lbr/blob/master/commodore.lbr



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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl
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> On 2018-06-26, at 20:39, Francesco Messineo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
> I'm not sure who started this fine kicad library for MOS/CBM parts,
> but it lacked the 8501/7501 CPU, so I just added it.
> The attached file must be renamed adding a dot between cbm and lib
> (thanks gmail). I hope the pinout I found is correct.
> HTH
> Frank
> <cbmlib>


1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?

2. Do we have this library on gitlab already?

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Re: kicad cmb library update

Francesco Messineo
On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 5:45 PM <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
> > On 2018-06-26, at 20:39, Francesco Messineo <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> > I'm not sure who started this fine kicad library for MOS/CBM parts,
> > but it lacked the 8501/7501 CPU, so I just added it.
> > The attached file must be renamed adding a dot between cbm and lib
> > (thanks gmail). I hope the pinout I found is correct.
> > HTH
> > Frank
> > <cbmlib>
>
>
> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>

I've never noticed that

> 2. Do we have this library on gitlab already?

I don't know, the library was made by someone else in this mailing
list, i've just added the 264 series CPUs.

Frank

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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl

> On 2018-08-31, at 17:47, Francesco Messineo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>> <cbmlib>
>>
>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>
> I've never noticed that

I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...

>
>> 2. Do we have this library on gitlab already?

... would gladly send a pull-request to the repository.

> I don't know, the library was made by someone else in this mailing
> list, i've just added the 264 series CPUs.

I know. Just asking so that somebody may answer. If it is not on any repository I may set it up but it would be good to know whether it isn't already done.

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Re: kicad cmb library update

Steve Gray
I created the Kicad library. You can find the latest here:

I have a github account if people prefer it that way.

Steve





From: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2018 12:05 PM
Subject: Re: kicad cmb library update


> On 2018-08-31, at 17:47, Francesco Messineo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>> <cbmlib>
>>
>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>
> I've never noticed that

I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...

>
>> 2. Do we have this library on gitlab already?

... would gladly send a pull-request to the repository.


> I don't know, the library was made by someone else in this mailing
> list, i've just added the 264 series CPUs.


I know. Just asking so that somebody may answer. If it is not on any repository I may set it up but it would be good to know whether it isn't already done.

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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl

> On 2018-08-31, at 18:18, Steve Gray <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I created the Kicad library. You can find the latest here:
> http://www.6502.org/users/sjgray/projects/kicadlib/index.html
>
> I have a github account if people prefer it that way.

Hosting it on a repository allows much easier contributions and maintenance. As many "FOS" repositories migrate to Gitlab these days, I would suggest setting it up already on Gitlab.

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Re: kicad cmb library update

MiaM
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Den Fri, 31 Aug 2018 18:05:25 +0200 skrev [hidden email]:

>
> > On 2018-08-31, at 17:47, Francesco Messineo
> > <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> >>> <cbmlib>
> >>
> >> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
> >
> > I've never noticed that
>
> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...

Are there any recommendations re usage of "unusual" Unicode chars in
KiCad?

(For example they don't show up correctly using Claws as a mail client
using the Lucida Console monospace font in Windows XP (without far east
character support installed, if that makes any difference)).

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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl


> On 2018-08-31, at 18:53, Mia Magnusson <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>>>> <cbmlib>
>>>>
>>>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>>>
>>> I've never noticed that
>>
>> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...
>
> Are there any recommendations re usage of "unusual" Unicode chars in
> KiCad?

There shouldn't be any, as long as the single, terrible, hardcoded (sic!) font used in KiCAD has the symbols implemented. At least the things we talk about here worked before on my installation.

> (For example they don't show up correctly using Claws as a mail client
> using the Lucida Console monospace font in Windows XP (without far east
> character support installed, if that makes any difference)).

Probably math symbols are something as exotic as Far East for someone at Microsoft...

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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl
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> On 2018-08-31, at 18:05, [hidden email] wrote:
>
>
>> On 2018-08-31, at 17:47, Francesco Messineo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>>> <cbmlib>
>>>
>>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>>
>> I've never noticed that
>
> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...

And since SYNC isn't an input eiter, I corrected that one too.

>>> 2. Do we have this library on gitlab already?
>
> ... would gladly send a pull-request to the repository.

Steve?

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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl

> On 2018-09-18, at 13:40, [hidden email] wrote:
>
>>>>> <cbmlib>
>>>>
>>>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>>>
>>> I've never noticed that
>>
>> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...
>
> And since SYNC isn't an input eiter, I corrected that one too.

Oh, and SO...

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Re: kicad cmb library update

Steve Gray
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Hi,

Okay I have placed the libraries on GitHub since that is what I have been using. Here it is:


Let me know if there's anything I missed.

Steve



From: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 7:41 AM
Subject: Re: kicad cmb library update


> On 2018-08-31, at 18:05, [hidden email] wrote:
>
>
>> On 2018-08-31, at 17:47, Francesco Messineo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>>> <cbmlib>
>>>
>>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>>
>> I've never noticed that
>
> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...

And since SYNC isn't an input eiter, I corrected that one too.

>>> 2. Do we have this library on gitlab already?
>
> ... would gladly send a pull-request to the repository.

Steve?


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Re: kicad cmb library update

Gerrit Heitsch
In reply to this post by silverdr@wfmh.org.pl
On 09/18/2018 01:42 PM, [hidden email] wrote:

>
>> On 2018-09-18, at 13:40, [hidden email] wrote:
>>
>>>>>> <cbmlib>
>>>>>
>>>>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>>>>
>>>> I've never noticed that
>>>
>>> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...
>>
>> And since SYNC isn't an input eiter, I corrected that one too.
>
> Oh, and SO...

Well, SO is an input...

  Gerrit



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Re: kicad cmb library update

silverdr@wfmh.org.pl

> On 2018-09-18, at 17:33, Gerrit Heitsch <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>>>>>> <cbmlib>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1. R/_W on 6502 isn't really an input, is it?
>>>>>
>>>>> I've never noticed that
>>>>
>>>> I corrected this and the ∅0 to ∅2 (rather than 00 or O0 to O2), and...
>>>
>>> And since SYNC isn't an input eiter, I corrected that one too.
>> Oh, and SO...
>
> Well, SO is an input...

Yes, it was just that SO was also wrong (even though the other way around) plus even some other pins too but I didn't write more about it.

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