MacSpice is an electronic circuit simulator. Circuit simulation is a way of building and testing virtual models of electronic devices. It is usually cheaper and quicker to simulate a design than to build a prototype. MacSpice uses a text-file 'netlist' description of the circuit as input. This is a list of components and the nodes they connect to. Users may prepare netlists with a text editor, or derive them from a circuit diagram using a third-party schematic-capture application. MacSpice then builds a numerical model of the circuit and analyses this.
A command interpreter (shell) is used to specify the types of more...
- The 'hardcopy' command now has an option to produce SVG.
- Quartz driver now uses linestyle2 correctly when only one curve is being plotted.
- Icon for help book updated.
- Fixed leak in 'hardcopy' demand, which also now displays the final curve.
- Traditional 'scalar' pole-zero analysis now creates scalars, not single-element vectors.
- OS X 10.6 or later