Is there a "Large Scale Python Software Design" ?
agriff at tin.it
Wed Oct 20 08:07:56 CEST 2004
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 02:57:58 -0400, Stephen Waterbury
<golux at comcast.net> wrote:
>Will it be 2D or 3D (3D I
>would assume), and what kind of geometry engine?
>Probably one of the open-source ones that already have
>a Python API, no?
It's 3D+2D and also covers parts that are not strictly
CAD/CAM but that are quite interconnected to the CAD.
However it's not a mechanical CAD (it's for the shoe
industry) and the problems to be solved are completely
The geometry part in particular is simpler from a
mathematical point of view, but contains complications
that are not present in a mechanical CAD (everything is
parametrized to the size of the shoe, and in somewhat
complex ways). Also another big difference is the
intended audience, from which you can expect a much
lower experise level about computers: the user interface
plays a *central* role.
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