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Extend Eagle CAD tool with ULPs: Writing your first User language program

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Yahya Tawil posted a detailed how-to on writing ULP's for Eagle CAD: In this tutorial, you will learn how to write your first ULP in Eagle CAD to add a new capability to your CAD tool. User Language Program (ULP) is a set of extensions for Eagle CAD users to...

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EAGLE BOM generation script

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Dilshan Jayakody writes: This is a quick post about EAGLE parts list generation script which I was written to replace existing "part2html.ulp". This script generates more organized and detailed BOM HTML file and it can directly replace "part2html.ulp". This script is tested with EAGLE 6.6.0, but it can also work...

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Eagle ULP: Create drill line array

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Eagle ULP: Create drill line array This ULP is quite creative and simple to use. Draw a 0 with wire on the milling layer. Run the ULP, the dialog box selection will provide options to either draw an array of holes or vias. Parameters such as Diameter, signal name amount...

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Importing SVG images as polygons Into Eagle

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Here's an SVG image to Eagle polygon importer called svg2poly. It seems like an excellent alternative to the BMP importing plugin we've been using to make cool silkscreen artwork for our boards. Surprisingly often, I find myself wanting to import vector images into eagle, and have them appear as polygons...

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App note: Cadsoft Eagle User Language programing

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

User Language Programs are C-like scripts that automate functions in Cadsoft Eagle. We use it to export images and partlists for the wiki, import images to use on PCBs, and more. This app note is an introduction to writing ULPs.

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