after some time elapsed, I am still/again busy using KiCAD as schematic entry tool for ngspice.
When using hierarchy sheets everything works fine within eeschema.
The spice netlister converts the hierarchy back into a flat-scheet.
The local labels are prefixed with the name of the subsheet and separated by a / character.
E.g. the label “op_out” in the subsheet “Amplifier” is represented by “/Amplifier/op_out”.
This is, where ngspice get stuck, when it tries to access such a label: it just doesn’t recognize it properly.
When I replace the /-character by an underline _-character, ngspice simulation works fine.
Replacing it with :-character fails either.
So my question is:
- how/where can I change the delimiter-character / into something, that goes along with ngspice?
- What is your recommendation for a better choice of a delimiting character?
Thanks a lot for your response