I created a circuit with Eagle 8.0.2 to simulate using LTspice. When I hit the LT Spice button, I get the error LTspcieIV (scad3.exe) not found from Eagle: ltspcie.ulp. I've installed the latest version of LTspice XVII which is designed for use on Windows 7, 8, and 10. LTspiceIV is for windows XP which will not be supported much longer. Is there an update or a ulp that will use the newest version of LTspice XVII? If not, are there any instruction on modifying the ulp to use LTspcieXVII?
I hope you're doing well. The LTspice ulp that ships with EAGLE isn't compatible with LTspiceXVII. With that said prior to the acquisition I had been working on porting it over to work with LTspiceXVII and across all three operating systems however it's not 100% complete, I still haven't finished the Mac port. Since you are one Windows it will work for you.
You can download the updated ULP in its current state from here:
It's not an official release but if you need any help please let me know and I'll help you out.
Please accept as solution if my post fully resolves or you issue, or reply with additional details if the problem persists.
Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.
I follow the instruction, but get the following error:
../ltspice.ulp(3971): Number of arguments for function 'assign_rootpath() is incorrect
Export and export setup produces the error. The icons for dignlink.png and LTspice.png are missing too. It seem like Eagle does not know about the location or path of LTspiceXVII. Is there an environment variable that needs to be defined?
I tried the suggested download and got the error message:
C:/EAGLE 8.1.0/ulp/ltspice.ulp(697): Unable to open the include file 'debug.ulp'
Thanks for the help!
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