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Part Number: LM5117
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
Hello,I am trying to open this PCB layout in Eagle that was made in webbench. However, when I go to open either the board or schematic I receive an error in eagle. Upon opening the sch and brd files in a text editor, it seems they are not separated by rows and every command is placed on the first row in one large column. WBDesign2_CadSoftEAGLE.zip
Could you please share the WEBENCH design using 'Share Design' Option.
Thanks & Regards,Praveen B
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In reply to Praveen Badiger:
Here it is webench.ti.com/.../SDP.cgi
In reply to Jason Galtieri:
We are able to reproduce the issue and the EAGLE export is failing because of two reasons :
We will let you know once the issue is fixed on ti.com
This fixed the issue and I was able to load the board and schematic. The schematic was full was "This net has fallen apart" errors, which seem to be from some outdated copy/paste Eagle method, so I had to redraw all the nets on the schematic Alot of the parts were copied as well so instead of having "GND" I had "GND1", "GND2" etc which eagle interprets as different things.
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