A few questions, regarding opened today

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A few questions, regarding opened today

terramir

Just getting back into 3d printing so I am starting to use openscad again.
Seem much more responsive on f6 even on my 1.3 ghz I3 sandybridge dual core.
Has multithreading been included in these later builds?
Also has support for the pi2 & pi3 and there video implementation been improved, might be useful for a design/ steering of an independent 3d printer. A pi3 with keyboard mouse small hdmi monitor or tv hookup with a printer could be a one stop solution if openscad won't take 24 hours to finish a model lol
terramir


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Von: "r.d. terramir" <[hidden email]>
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> Has multithreading been included in these later builds?
>
No.

> Also has support for the pi2 & pi3 and there video implementation
> been improved, might be useful for a design/ steering of an
> independent 3d printer. A pi3 with keyboard mouse small hdmi
> monitor or tv hookup with a printer could be a one stop solution
> if openscad won't take 24 hours to finish a model lol
>
Improved how? It seems to be possible to run OpenSCAD on raspi
now, even though we don't support OpenGL ES, so this might have
happened due to changes in Mesa providing Desktop GL Surfaces.

Running the design software on the printer raspi is unlikely to
be a very satisfying solution. It might work for simple models.

ciao,
  Torsten.

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