I wrote a python script to create an eagle .SCR file which is supposed to create .sym, .pac, and .dev parts of a library for a family of
The first device is created correctly, but as the script starts into the second device when the first "PIN" statement is executed
eagle crashes. Not sure how to debug this any further.
I cut the script down to the first line on which it crashes on my computer, which is a Win 7 Pro 32-bit machine w. 2G RAM.
The Eagle version is 6.1.0
My full script is attached (mk_hirose.scr). The 'mk_hirose8.scr' is a cut-down version which crashes.
If I delete the last line in this mk_hirose8 however, so stop at the "LAYER" command then it doesn't crash and I can see that
the first device is created correctly.
I am running this by opening a new library then in the editor running the script from the pull-down menu.
Thanks and Best Regards,
Follow-Up: Haven't had any official replies to this msg. But upgrade to 6.2 seems to have corrected the issue.