[PythonCAD] Execution path

Russell Shaw rjshaw at netspace.net.au
Wed Sep 1 19:00:11 CEST 2004

Art Haas wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 02:23:42AM +1000, Russell Shaw wrote:
>>I had a look thru more of the code, but can't see the forest thru
>>the trees....
>>I click the second point and the rectangle is drawn.
> Success! Adding the rectangle to the drawing is really just adding four
> segments. Look at the create() method in the RectangleTool class in the
> file 'Generic/Tools.py'.
>>I have lots of ideas for lots of cad programs, but am wondering
>>about what 'architecture' to use.
> Hope this info helps. When I started on the program, I looked at a
> number of drawing programs to try and figure out how they handled
> interaction with the user. The Gimp was helpful, though it is quite a
> task to find where in the code various events get set and unset, and how
> the handler gets invoked.
> Art Haas

Thanks, you make it look easy:)
Atleast now i have seen one alternative way of handling
drawing context. I have a different way in my current program,
but it's currently very broken because i didn't know enough
about gtk/gobject/gtk-threads at the time.

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