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geda:file_format_spec [2014/04/25 07:46]
vzh Split example text off of the previous text
geda:file_format_spec [2015/12/02 04:53] (current)
vzh Fixed old symbol excerpt (thanks to Erich Heinzle)
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 ===== Attributes ===== ===== Attributes =====
 Attributes are enclosed in braces {} and can only be text. Attributes are text items which take on the form name=value. If it doesn'​t have name=value, it's not an attribute. Attributes are attached to the previous object. Here's an example: Attributes are enclosed in braces {} and can only be text. Attributes are text items which take on the form name=value. If it doesn'​t have name=value, it's not an attribute. Attributes are attached to the previous object. Here's an example:
-<​code>​P ​988 500 1300 500 1+<​code>​ 
 +300 700 0 700 1 0 1
 { {
-1000 570 5 8 1 1 0 +200 750 5 8 1 1 0 6 1 
-pinseq=3 +pinnumber=1 
-1000 550 5 8 1 0 +200 650 5 8 1 0 8 1 
-pinnumber=3 +pinseq=1 
-}</​code>​+} 
 +</​code>​
  
 The object is a pin which has an attribute pinnumber=3 and pinseq=3 (name=value). You can have multiple text objects (both the T ... and text string are required) in between the braces {}. As of 20021103, you can only attached text items as attributes. Attaching other object types as attributes is unsupported.\\ The object is a pin which has an attribute pinnumber=3 and pinseq=3 (name=value). You can have multiple text objects (both the T ... and text string are required) in between the braces {}. As of 20021103, you can only attached text items as attributes. Attaching other object types as attributes is unsupported.\\
geda/file_format_spec.txt · Last modified: 2015/12/02 04:53 by vzh