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Online ASCII PCB and schematics editor

Posted on Wednesday, November 28th, 2012 in software by DP

Shaos is working on an online “old school” ASCII PCB and schematics editor. It’s open source, and based on SQLite + Hope on the server side, while the client uses JavaScript + a bytecode interpreter.

¬†Currently it’s a shared sandbox with old good DOS ASCII and pseudographics “palette” (alternative Russian DOS codepage with some custom extensions) – everybody can do anything and anybody else can see it (be careful – I can see all activities and will blacklist IPs in case of any vandal actions).

Planned features: library of components, personal sandboxes, logical simulation, autogeneration of schematics from netlist, autotracing of PCB from schematics and even direct PCB ordering :)

Via the forum.

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2 Responses to “Online ASCII PCB and schematics editor”

  1. Shaos says:

    Thank you guys! Now I’m experiencing wave after wave after wave of users who are trying to break everything :)

  2. Shaos says:

    Source code of Circuits.CC is now available on GitHub:

    https://github.com/shaos/circuits_cc

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