Am 18.12.2010 07:53, schrieb Eagle:
Il 26/04/2009 12:10, Marco Trapanese ha scritto:
>> the default install path of EAGLE is something like:
>> C:\Program Files\EAGLE-5.3.0
>> When I launch the setup of a newer version (e.g. the latest 5.5.0) it
>> wants to install to a different location, such as:
>> C:\Program Files\EAGLE-5.5.0
>> Ok, I could uninstall the old version and then install the newer.
>> Otherwise I could use a generic path (e.g. C:\Program Files\EAGLE).
>> But why CadSoft doesn't provide a simple upgrade utility?
Same problem from 5.6 to 5.10 Wath suggest?
You can choose any place to install eagle, even over the existing
program. I would NOT want eagle to install a new version over my
existing one for a few reasons. The update may fail and spoil the
existing one or there is a new bug in it and there is hopefully a back
up. With a compare tool I can check easy for new libraries, ulps etc.
which is not possible if the update is just dumped over the existing one.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen / With best regards