I'm brand new to SKILL and I'm having trouble finding a starting point
to learn it. I'm no stranger to programming in general, but
apparently you need to be a detective to find a good tutorial on
SKILL. Are there any? Any ideas where I should start? Sourcelink
does not seem to produce a decent tutorial.
Originally posted in cdnusers.org by shawn0900.
For using SKILL in Allegro PCB Layout, try this post:
Originally posted in cdnusers.org by Randy R.
In reply to archive:
Best resources I've run across are located here:http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/skill_school/?v=1&t=search&ch=web&pub=groups&sec=group&slk=3It's a Yahoo goup "skill_school" and does have a set of progressively more involved tutorials.Hth,Dave
Originally posted in cdnusers.org by dschaefer.
Thanks, I just joined the group.
Didn't have my login info for the last post, lessons are here:http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/skill_school/files/Examples/Lessons/Dave
If you are new to SKILL, I suggest that you
run SKILL in interactive mode without the framework database first. Of
course, attend Cadence SKILL training class. But for best learning, you
should play around with SKILL first before registering the class. If
you know LISP or Scheme, you are in good shape. Below is an except from
my book of how to run interactively at Unix window (i.e. you do not
need to login icfb )http://www.geocities.com/theperlconnection/CadScriptingLanguages_skill.pdfMore info on the book "CAD Scriping Languaged: Ruby, Python, Perl, Tcl & SKILL"
Originally posted in cdnusers.org by firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the best tutorial for beginners