I just tried to download the actual version, but my virus wall reports that there is a virus in the archive.
Antivirus Programm: Sophos, Plc. - 3.40.1
Pattern Version: 4.86G.4594335.1920165367 (2013/03/11 21:34:00)
Can you please double check what is wrong?
I few releases back, I had an issue with one of the files I compiled becasue I had included too many libraries when I compiled it. The AV programs thought I was using some tweaky code. I re-compiled it correctly and have not had a problem since. There are only a couple of user compiled programs in the lot. No one else has emailed me about this release so I have no idea why your AV program is complaining.
Email the download link to your AV program's tech team and have them tell you why this has a virus and what file in the archive is causing it and I will fix it. If it is because the archive contains .vbs scripts your screwed becasue that is what the toolkit is!
It passes Microsoft Security Essentials, AVG, Norton, and Symantec that I know of.
Thanks - I will try to download it at home, unpack the archive and hve the files scanned individually.
Just another question:
Due to the problem above I downloaded version 4.3 of AATK, because I need the IPC-D-356 output.
Unfortunately the script stops at the first through-hole component with an error message
Line number was 170 originally, I've inserted some debug messages.
Having a look at the code, it seems that it can't work with through-hole components.
You access a property pin.layer which isn't defined for through-hole padstacks according to the Expedition manual.
Does v. 993 contain an updated version of the script?
I have not tried this release, but Norton has flagged other versions as containing a virus. When Norton does, I don't un-pack.
It has not been updated. IPC-D-356 is a terrible format. It has unit limitations, does not support round or oblong pads and in general is outdated. I wrote it to fill a gap but in the end we went another direction.
Our web gateway is blocking the file, too.
The transferred file contained a virus and was therefore blocked.
http://freefr.dl.sourceforge.net/project/uwtoolbox/Expedition Enterprise AATK/AATK_993/AATK_993.7zAliases:
Media Type: application/x-7z-compressed
Virus Name: Avira: TR/Spy.12288.598
• Kaspersky: Trojan.Win32.Yakes.cvkr
• TrendMicro: Trojan.Rent.14
• Sophos: Troj/Matsnu-AI
• Eset: Win32/Trustezeb.C
Antivirus programs are getting too picky. I am pretty sure it is complaining about the ontop.exe program that keeps the .efm forms on top of Expedition so they don't pop behind every time you touch a trace. I only included the libs that it required to manage the windows priority.