Fedora 11 Update: ngspice-20-3.fc11

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Fedora Update Notification
2009-12-10 03:29:49

Name        : ngspice
Product     : Fedora 11
Version     : 20
Release     : 3.fc11
URL         : http://ngspice.sourceforge.net/
Summary     : A mixed level/signal circuit simulator
Description :
Ngspice is a general-purpose circuit simulator program.
It implements three classes of analysis:
- Nonlinear DC analyses
- Nonlinear Transient analyses
- Linear AC analyses

Ngspice implements the usual circuits elements, like resistors, capacitors,
inductors (single or mutual), transmission lines and a growing number of
semiconductor devices like diodes, bipolar transistors, mosfets (both bulk
and SOI), mesfets, jfet and HFET. Ngspice implements the EKV model but it
cannot be distributed with the package since its license does not allow to
redistribute EKV source code.

Ngspice integrates Xspice, a mixed-mode simulator built upon spice3c1 (and
then some tweak is necessary merge it with spice3f5). Xspice provides a
codemodel interface and an event-driven simulation algorithm. Users can
develop their own models for devices using the codemodel interface.

It could be used for VLSI simulations as well.

Update Information:

Enabling interoperability with ng/tclspice and xcircuit

* Tue Dec  8 2009 Chitlesh Goorah <chitlesh [AT] fedoraproject DOT org> 20-3
- Fixed build on CentOS-5
* Tue Dec  8 2009 Chitlesh Goorah <chitlesh [AT] fedoraproject DOT org> 20-2
- Improved interoperobability with xcircuit
* Mon Nov 16 2009 Chitlesh Goorah <chitlesh [AT] fedoraproject DOT org> 20-1
- new upstream release
* Sun Aug  2 2009 Chitlesh Goorah <chitlesh [AT] fedoraproject DOT org> 19-1
- new upstream release
- RHBZ #514484 A Long Warning Message (patched)
- RHBZ #511695 FTBFS ngspice-18-2.fc11

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update ngspice' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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