The software tools in the Chipmunk system perform a wide variety of
tasks: electronic circuit simulation and schematic capture, graphics
editing, and curve plotting, to name a few. Major Chipmunk tools
include: Log: A graphical environment for entering circuit schematics,
and for analog and digital circuit simulation; View: A tool for
manipulating and plotting data; Until: A graphics editor;
Wol: A tool for creating integrated circuit layout.
Current Version: March 1, 1997
License Type: ??
Source Code Availability: Yes
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: Third-parties handle binary distributions.
AmigaOS (Requires ADE X or AmiWin X11),
Apple Macintosh, AU/X, MachTen,
DEC MIPS-based DECstations, DEC Linux/Alpha,
HP HPUX, IBM PC and Compatibles (Linux/x86, FreeBSD, OS/2),
IBM RS/6000, SGI, Irix, Sun SPARC, Solaris
Detail at http://www.pcmp.caltech.edu/chipmunk/pickup/platforms.html
ANSI C compiler (gcc), X11R4 or up, and an HTML browser to access the
documentation; Monochrome, 8-bit,
16-bit, and 24-bit per pixel color displays are supported; however, 16-bit and 24-bit color modes have only
been tested on PC platforms (X11 under Linux and OS/2).
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