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'[OT] RE: 50MHZ Frequency Counter ( schematics?'
1998\02\19@185306 by Peter Wintulich

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What about a different approach to the schematics problem.

How about a viewer application that would allow us to view, pan, zoom and print out the schematics straight from a web browser?

If something like this was based in JAVA then there would only have to be two versions, one for Java able systems and an off line version in C that could be used for non Java able systems ?

A java version could accept a zipped version of a HP plot file. This would transfer fast across the net and support most schematic packages ?

Only an Idea, What do you think?

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1998\02\20@042815 by kdowsett

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Peter Wintulich wrote:
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> What about a different approach to the schematics problem.
>
> How about a viewer application that would allow us to view, pan, zoom and
print out the schematics straight from a web browser?
>
> If something like this was based in JAVA then there would only have to be two
versions, one for Java able systems and an off line version in C that could be
used for non Java able systems ?
>
> A java version could accept a zipped version of a HP plot file. This would
transfer fast across the net and support most schematic packages ?
>
> Only an Idea, What do you think?

It's called Acrobat.

1998\02\20@175340 by Martin R. Green

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For that matter, how about Encapsulated Postscript (EPS).  This is
often used to transfer PCB patterns, why not schematics.  Also, I
believe EPS will work with Adobe Acrobat reader, but maybe not.

CIAO - Martin.

On Fri, 20 Feb 1998 10:05:09 +1030, Peter Wintulich
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1998\02\23@062216 by paulb

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Martin R. Green wrote:

> For that matter, how about Encapsulated Postscript (EPS).  This is
> often used to transfer PCB patterns, why not schematics.  Also, I
> believe EPS will work with Adobe Acrobat reader, but maybe not.

 Hint:  Who wrote PostScript and EPS?  Who wrote Acrobat?  What
protocol does Acrobat use to do what it does?

 Well, that's what they told me the last time I asked!

 Cheers,
       Paul B.

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