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RE: [N8VEM-S100:3469] Re: QAutorouter

HI Michael!  Thanks!  This is fantastic news on FreeRouting.net finally going open source.  I was afraid it would disappear forever and we’d all be screwed.  Now it is part of the permanent internet landscape!

Has there been a FreeRouting wiki or project page like SourceForge put up?  Now that the source is available I would think people would like to understand it better and even help improve the software.


The tool is now finally a standalone Windows/Linux application and that is even better.  Is it still a Java application?  Can it be compiled to a Windows/Linux native binary?  I would think just native compilation would improve performance some if only a small amount.


Thanks for letting us know about this and putting it on the wiki.


Have a great day!

Andrew Lynch


From: n8vem...@googlegroups.com [mailto:n8vem...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Michael Narigon
Sent: Friday, May 2, 2014 9:45 PM
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Cc: mon...@vitasoft.org
Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:3469] Re: QAutorouter


Hi John,

Here is a link to the folder that I put the example in as well as the main file: FreeRouting-net.

Making files with just the programs will be easy to do, I will upload.


Thanks to you guys.



On Friday, May 2, 2014 6:10:39 PM UTC-7, monahanz wrote:

Me again Michael, thanks for the URL to the FreeRouter download.  There seems to be an enormous amount of stuff there ( I assume most, only for developers)  but I clicked on “FreeRouter.exe” in the \dist folder and it came up as a small window immediately on my Windows 8 (64 bit version).  I loaded an 80286 .dsn file and it appears to be working on it fine. FYI,  attached here is a picture of my desktop.  This is a generic Windows 8.1 setup – nothing special.


I was wondering if it would make sense to have a simple/small download for people that just want to use the software to optimize .dsn files (make .ses files) without all the extra source files.  For some of us – and definitely me, what you have there is overwhelming, I would never dare go into the guts of it.


One other thing, I must be “slow” but I can never seem to find things on pbworks.  Could you also give me the URL for the “LED flasher”.   Is there some trick to finding new entries.  I don’t see for example a folder for QAutrouter. 


Thanks again



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