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Gnome Assisted Electronics

Gael is an electronic design automation tool integrated into GNOME 2. It is designed to be easy to use, and to include advanced features. The design is very modular and open, using the GNOME component model (bonobo).

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  •  20 Sep 2002 08:32

    Release Notes: In this release, new, load, and save now mostly work.

    •  30 May 2002 20:24

      Release Notes: All of the code has been cleaned up and prepared for the new architecture. This release has moved to using bonobo windows.

      •  10 May 2002 20:30

        Release Notes: This release has zoom, nicer component/wire placement, a reworked UI, and is installable.

        •  02 May 2002 07:00

          Release Notes: This version fixes a bug with wire connection, redesigns the schematic capture, and adds a properties management feature.

          •  15 Jan 2002 10:42

            Release Notes: A preview is available in the component chooser, but work on the initial component placement is not yet complete.

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