[OpenSCAD] Functional OpenSCAD, working with vertex data

Tony Godshall togo at of.net
Mon Jan 29 12:11:50 EST 2018


Thanks for doing this project!

It strikes me that writing more of openscad in openscad
will make porting easier, and maybe foster unification
of openscad and openjscad.



On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:10 PM, Hans L <thehans at gmail.com> wrote:
> The resurrection of this thread has spurred me to make some updates to
> the library over the past few days.
>
> https://github.com/thehans/FunctionalOpenSCAD
>
> - I've created an overall README.md for the project and tried to
> document everything a bit better.
> - A signed_volume function has been added, thanks to NateTG.
> - Added new planes.scad file for creating planes from points,
> visualization, etc.
> - Plus a handful of other minor additions and changes.
>
> I hope the new documentation makes it all easier to understand.  Let
> me know if anything in particular is unclear.
>
> The splitPolygonByPlane function in planes.scad is my attempt to port
> this function from OpenJSCAD/csg.js   My implementation doesn't work
> 100% and I guess that's where I stalled on further implementing
> boolean ops, etc.  I haven't touched that code in months and forgot a
> lot of what I was doing.  I'm not particularly motivated to pick that
> code back up at the moment, but I fiured it was still worthwhile to
> show what progress I had made.
>
>
> Do you have ideas for any other features you would like to see added?
> (aside from the currently unsupported OpenSCAD builtins)
>
> Lastly I'm curious anyone has found FunctionalOpenSCAD useful in their
> own projects so far?
>
> Thanks
> -Hans
>
> On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 6:19 PM, Hugo Jackson <hugo at apres.net> wrote:
>> Wow… I agree… I love the dot notation and had no idea it existed… I think it really helps with readability of code.
>> I also agree the swizzling would be great.
>>
>>> On Jan 25, 2018, at 3:49 PM, Hans L <thehans at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> I like the .x .y .z shortcuts and I think they are somewhat useful
>>> feature, but I actually feel that it doesn't go far enough!  I think
>>> support for swizzling, much like GLSL would be a really handy
>>> addition.  https://www.khronos.org/opengl/wiki/Data_Type_(GLSL)#Swizzling
>>>
>>> So you could do something like this for example:
>>> p3d = [1,2,3];
>>> p2d = p3d.xy; // alternative to: [ p3d[0], p3d[1] ]   more clean and
>>> concise with swizzling
>>>
>>> And all the other combinations and transposing of axes could also be possible.
>>>
>>> On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 3:28 PM, Marius Kintel <marius at kintel.net> wrote:
>>>> The dot notation shortcut isn't really documented, except through source
>>>> code:
>>>> https://github.com/openscad/openscad/blob/master/src/expr.cc#L393
>>>>
>>>> Not sure it's worth using as it may make code less readable for people not
>>>> used to this syntax.
>>>> We should design such features in a better way.
>>>>
>>>> -Marius
>>>>
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