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Old 04-20-2017, 08:31 AM   #1
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Gschem fails to respond to "unembed" command.

downloaded gEDA/gschem version
Program will not permit creating new schematic symbols. It will not un-embed (or probably embed) an existing symbol to allow the creation of a new one ("update" is also involved). Using web documentation I see some apparently missing components, notably gaf, gsch2pcb, gsymcheck, and libgeda (using whereis). I did find gaf, but not gsch2pcb, gsymcheck, or libgeda. I don't know if those are the source of my lack of "un-embed".
Old 04-29-2017, 09:26 PM   #2
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Here's a couple ideas (for ZRT tho I'm not familiar with this): (unembed) (wishlist)
strace -f -p <PID> -o <file> might gather clues. Best wishes!


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