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Sun, 16 Feb 2014
[ 12:02 ehaupt ] Original commit 
344542 cad/findhier/Makefile
Support staging
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 15:58 bapt ] Original commit 
327711 cad/admesh/Makefile
327711 cad/adms/Makefile
327711 cad/alliance/Makefile
327711 cad/astk-client/Makefile
327711 cad/astk-serveur/Makefile
327711 cad/atlc/Makefile
327711 cad/basicdsp/Makefile
327711 cad/brlcad/Makefile
327711 cad/calculix/Makefile
327711 cad/cascade/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
cad)
Sat, 28 Apr 2007
[ 17:01 hrs ] Original commit 
1.99 cad/Makefile
1.1 cad/findhier/Makefile
1.1 cad/findhier/distinfo
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-findhier.h
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-fnames.c
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-magic.c
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-menu.c
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-names.c
1.1 cad/findhier/files/patch-reverse.c

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FindHier is a road-map generator for Magic/CIF/gdsII/PCSTR/GED/TeX.

 ---When you have a large number of or big layout/schematic/TeX files which
 have possibly many top cells made by other people, how can you manage
 those layout/schematic/TeXs?  FH is written for that.  It can be useful
 up to your imagination or shell programming skill.  FH analyses the
 hidden hierarchies of those cells and shows you the hierarchy information.

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