XCircuit 3.4.10 freeware
XCircuit is a schematic drawing tool targeted at producing nice publishable schematic captures. The primary file format is PostScript, which makes it especially useful when using TeX/LaTeX. However, XCircuit is written for the X11 environment and if you want to use it under Windows, you have to rely on cygwin and a running X11 server.
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||design electrical schematic, electric circuit designer, draw eletric circuit, electric circuit, electrical schematic, design, X Circuit|
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|3.4.10||Jun 12, 2012||New Release|
|3.8.3||Jun 12, 2011||New Release||Version 3.8 became the new development version in April 2011, while version 3.7 was upgraded to stable. Version 3.8 is currently unchanged from the last revision of 3.7. The plan is to recast all parameterizable values as structures that may point to a parameter, much like is done currently with text segments. This allows numerical parameters to be computed on the fly like text parameters, rather than being applied in bulk prior to entering the context of an object instance. The two types of existing parameters (object parameters, or "ops", and element parameters, or "eps") will be consolidated into one. The main reason for doing this is to be able to implement an edit lock-out of non-parameterized values, so that objects can be designed that are read-only and allow only instanced parameters to be modified.|
|3.7.4||Nov 17, 2009||New Release||Version 3.7 became the new development version in November 2009, while version 3.6 was upgraded to stable. The first major change to the code in quite some time, version 3.7 has a modified selection mechanism that considers both points and segments of elements as well as entire elements. This allows the "edit" function to work as a stretch function to many elements at once.|