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... just a bug or is there a fundamental reason why it doesn't? > > If it did you could solve the problem with > > function toto(k) = k ? toto(k-1) + k : 0; > > On 23 October 2011 17:47, William Adams <william_a_adams@... (mailto:william_a_adams@...)> wrote: > > But of course RapCAD can do...
in OpenSCAD by Whosawhatsis — 10 replies in thread
Awesome Giles! It's good to know that will happen. On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 3:38 AM, Giles Bathgate <giles.bathgate@...> wrote: > Yeah RapCAD has a len() function that does what is required iirc. I will > "port" it to openscad and do it in a seperate feature branch add tests > etc... when I...
in OpenSCAD by Christopher Olah — 12 replies in thread
... code more readable than using *width+offset*2* everywhere. This is a reason why I'm keeping an eye on Rapcad, because it should be possible there. Best regards, Peter Uithoven On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 3:01 PM, Alan Cox <alan@...> wrote: > On Wed, 28 Nov 2012 21:13:05 +0000...
in OpenSCAD by Peter Uithoven — 60 replies in thread
... negative_hull() like > this: > (please excuse the crummy picture, Paint is all I had :-) ) > > Does this problem have a general (allgemeine) solution at all? > > Have other CAD programs a feature like this? > > What does (would) RapCAD do? > > Sincerely, > > TakeItAndRun > [image: Inline...
in OpenSCAD by nophead — 9 replies in thread
I don't know where the main discussion about user-defined namespace objects is taking place. However, there are two options for syntax. One option is to use my_namespace::member, which avoids the use of dot notation. A number of languages use this syntax, including C++ and Rapcad. The other...
in OpenSCAD by doug.moen — 9 replies in thread
.... However I >>> would like to >>> announce a new project that I am working on called RapCAD, you can read more >>> over at http:/www.rapcad.org It will essentially be based on OpenSCAD >>> and hopefully >>> will be backwards compatible with scad files. >>> >>> Anyway, I am interested to know what...
in OpenSCAD by andy@kirbyand.co.uk — 14 replies in thread
Well, glxgears works fine at at about 24.74 fps The command line rendering flops to plain white image(see attached file). I'll have to try rapcad. Will that work for makerbot too? That is why I am trying to get OpenSCAD to work for MakerBot. F...
in OpenSCAD by FredB — 13 replies in thread
...@yahoo.com>wrote: > Well, glxgears works fine at at about 24.74 fps > > The command line rendering flops to plain white image(see attached file). > > I'll have to try rapcad. Will that work for makerbot too? > > That is why I am trying to get OpenSCAD to work for MakerBot. > > F...
in OpenSCAD by donbright — 13 replies in thread
... isn't using QCodeEdit. That way people can get syntax highlighting either way. > The other ideas are great though in fact I already had a go at doing a cross > product operator in rapcad www.rapcad.org (sorry shameless plug) Thanks! I've noticed that when multiple people start coming up with the...
in OpenSCAD by Christopher Olah — 9 replies in thread
Ah yes that reminds me, what I was actually trying to implement in RapCAD was the "outer product" so you could do fancy things like: [10,10,20]**[[cos(t),sin(t),0],[-sin(t),cos(t),0],[0,0,1]]; Obviously that's a bit of a pain to write, you would define a function so it would be: function...
in OpenSCAD by Giles Bathgate-2 — 9 replies in thread
...-wrapper/csgop.os -c -fPIC -I/usr/local/include > src/cgal-wrapper/csgop.cpp > src/cgal-wrapper/csgop.cpp:6:32: fatal error: CGAL/Inverse_index.h: No such > file or directory > compilation terminated. > scons: *** [src/cgal-wrapper/csgop.os] Error 1 > scons: building terminated because of errors...
in OpenSCAD by Jayesh Salvi-2 — 7 replies in thread
... the problem with > > function toto(k) = k ? toto(k-1) + k : 0; > > On 23 October 2011 17:47, William Adams <william_a_adams@...> wrote: > > But of course RapCAD can do this! > > It sure would be useful if functions could have bodies, and recursion. > But, plenty can be done without it. > > You...
in OpenSCAD by nophead — 10 replies in thread
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