The point is that the sweep function uses an interface to a path which
can be implemented for various scenarios, of which rotate is only one.
uint nseg(); // number of segments in path
solid@ slice(double p); // thin slice at parameter p [0,1]
In any case, I have put together a Windows installation for anyone who
wants to give it a try. Just download and install. There is no GUI other
than OpenSCAD, "as_csg" is a console program that converts .as files
into OpenSCAD .csg files. A "samples" folder is included, plus a
compiled HTML help file. The samples contain everything to reproduce the
images linked to above.
On 31. des. 2015 01:02, Ed Nisley wrote:
> It might be a false alarm or you might be at the leading edge of Yet
> Another Windows botnet; there's no way to tell from outside.
I can explain why it was a false alarm, I let the setup program
(optionally) update the user PATH so it would be easier to run. I have
removed that feature, so people will have to do it manually. There
really isn't anything nefarious, and there never was.
On 31. des. 2015 01:54, jpmendes wrote:
> I didn't accused you of anything, I simply reported a fact.
> After that I navigate your blog just to try to download the file however but
> I couldn't find it.
No problem, see the other comments.
As reported, I cannot access my blog right now, that is why the link
isn't there. The blog will be updated when the access issue is solved.
See the first message for link to Windows executable.
I have been adding features to AngelScript CSG today. As others have
mentioned here, spline curves can be very useful. I have hade the same
idea for some time and have now added 2d and 3d spline curves.