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Slowly building up a collection of parts we use here ... This file includes some library parts from microbuilder.eu Most of 'em are either Eagle parts that I've changed a little to make them easier to solder, some are 'handmade' and a few are from microbuilder.eu Its released into the Public Domain - that means you can do whatever you want. We'd…

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Octocat-spinner-32 README.md Add instructions for eagle lib May 15, 2012
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README.md

Adafruit Eagle Library

Now in Eagle 6 format!

Don't click on the files!

Click here to download this as a zip file.

Installation

  1. Open Eagle and select the Control Panel window.
  2. Choose Options and from the drop down that appears, Directories.
  3. Change the Libraries line from: $EAGLEDIR/lbr to something like:

    $EAGLEDIR/lbr:$HOME/external_lbrs (for OS X)

    $EAGLEDIR\lbr;$HOME\external_lbrs (for Windows)

  4. Click OK to save your changes.

  5. Eagle will prompt to create the directory if it does not already exist. Note the location and choose Yes to create the directory.

    On OS X, $HOME/external_lbrs changes to: /Users/mosfet/external_lbrs/

    On Windows, $HOME\external_lbrs changes to: C:\Users\Mosfet\Documents\external_lbrs

  6. Find and open the external_lbrs folder. Unzip and drag adafruit.lbr into the new external_lbrs folder.

  7. Restart Eagle. The library should be now be usable.
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