[OpenSCAD] Evaluating imported STL's
doug at moens.org
Wed Jun 15 21:14:09 EDT 2016
> Imagine C() is not defined (missing library) and a warning is issued.
> the result then be empty? For what? For mathematical correctness?
What I personally want is this:
if C() is not defined, I want the evaluator to halt, highlight the
in the editor, and display an error message, so that I can quickly fix my
and try again. I can't get a correct result if C() is undefined, so the
the system can do for me is help me to correct the error as quickly as
I don't want the system to keep going, making me wait for a bad result.
Also, mathematical correctness is a good thing.
Deliberately making the operations mathematically incorrect so that I can
get partial results because the system won't stop and let me fix errors
is not a good deal. I'd rather have mathematical correctness so that
my code works the way I expect it to in the case where there aren't errors.
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