We keep enjoy experimenting. Experimenting to create new type of designs, find issues, open new exciting features, check new ways to test the circuit Tree designs. We have a lot of capability to churn and mine new embedded designs using so many controllers, peripherals , placement options. So how do we check so many designs to check if they meet circuit tree quality goals?
Well answer lies with scripts. We use scripts written in python for several application including this one which auto generate controllers designs with random placement files. Even though regular users have menu options to choose designs scripts do following testing autonomously:
- select a processor/microcontroller
- Randomly choose peripherals that can be connected to it to generate design. The number of peripheral selected are random.
- Randomly select a voltage to be applied to the circuit
- Randomly select applied voltage options. It can be through custom voltage adapter or through the battery select options.
- Randomly select board file through dxf file and does auto placement of components. Only the files where the part placement is possible the file picture is taken and displayed.
- Test for errors
- Error between circuit tree designs and eda tool export options
- Check if the symbols and footprints are being exported correctly on the library.
- Check if all the cad design can be generated without issues.
Now we invite you to be the judge of the designs created with circuit tree. Check the github directory to see our design listing and let us know if you are able to find design errors. Then we would know if the experiment helped us.
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