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eagle grid wiring fixer
PrincipleA small python 2.x program that takes in an Eagle .BRD file and does some matching of the wires and air wires.
Because sometimes your grid and parts don't perfectly line up (shoot me, I use the metric system) you end up with trace the should match the airwires, but don't. And there's no real easy way to fix that. So I made a script that works reasonably well.
Notice: do make a backup of your .brd before you run the script, in case.
Points of interrestLogic is the following: for each wire not already connected to a pad, the program searches for a matching airwire. "Matching" is defined by finding an airwire whose start and end matching distance withing a given margin of error (delta). Once it finds it, it merges both wires by replacing the content of the airwire with the wire segments and removing the airwire data (layer 19).
Source codeGitHub as usual https://github.com/AlanFromJapan/alanarduinotools/tree/master/Python/EagleGridWiringFixer
Before: a spaghetti plate of yellow airwires
After: 89% matched, much much easier to continue working now :)
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