It says that in section 1.4: Command Structure. On my system, it's at:
So I guess I what you're saying is that I should just delete those
comments. That will work, although it's sad to lose information.
Gnucap can definitely not read LTSpice models as is. There are many
changes I have to make.
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 8:11 PM, al davis <ad211@free...> wrote:
> On Thursday 10 September 2009, asomers@gmai... wrote:
>> I'm having a little trouble getting inline comments to work.
>> According to the manual, "Anything on any line following a
>> quote is ignored.". But the manual doesn't say whether to
>> use single or double quotes.
> Where does it say that? It's wrong.
> Quoting in the middle of a line can't be a comment, because
> quotes can enclose expressions. Some versions of spice use it
> that way, so gnucap must accept it that way.
> There really isn't a general here-to-the-end-of-line comment.
> There should be. What it is would depend on what format you are
> using ..(spice, spectre, verilog, ...)
>> Can someone clear me up here? I'm working on a tool to
>> automatically convert LTSpice models into Gnucap models, so
>> 'just change it by hand' isn't a viable solution. I need to
>> be able to choose the right delimiter in all cases.
> Gnucap should be able to read LTspice netlists and models as is,
> but I haven't looked at it to know if it really does.
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