Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 832809
Missing support for silver, gold multiplier bands
Last modified: 2013-02-13 07:56:45 EST
Created attachment 592435 [details]
gresistor-0.0.1-21: Support for silver, gold multiplier bands
Description of problem:
gresistor does not support silver (x0.01) and gold (x0.1) multiplier bands.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
0. (optional) Get a 1.5 Ohm resistor.
1. Start gresistor
2. Set it to 5 band resistor.
3. (Try to) select the band colors brown, green, black, silver, brown.
There is no silver option in the multiplier drop-down,
resistor value cannot be determined.
There is a silver option in the multiplier drop-down, and
gresistor displays "1500 mOhm" or "1.5 Ohm" or something similar.
The gresistor upstream URL appears to be dead, so I am submitting
this here: Patch attached, run "git am" in Fedora package git repo.
If upstream is dead for good, someone should pick up gresistor
upstream and set it up somewhere.
I am confirming that there are not multipliers for gold and silver in gresistor-0.0.1-20.
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