[OpenSCAD] unit testing based on # of volumes

Revar Desmera revarbat at gmail.com
Wed May 8 19:09:37 EDT 2019


Have you tried adding `--render` to the command-line?

- Revar


> On May 8, 2019, at 10:01 AM, AdrianSchlatter <ad at tambora.ch> wrote:
> 
> I‘m looking for a way to render a .scad file and get the number of rendered
> volumes in a machine-readable way - i.e. on the cmdline. Purpose: unit
> testing. I‘m creating a library of threads (hundreds) and want to verify
> that nuts and bolts are created as exactly one part each, and that a bolt
> does not collide with its mating nut. Idea: render nut + bolt. Check number
> of volumes:
> 
> 1: what the Heck?!
> 2: collision
> 3: ok
>> =4: Something is detached (e.g. thread not attached to bolt)
> 
> My problem: OpenSCAD prints the number of volumes when run in GUI. I have
> not found a way to make it print that info on cmd line. Any ideas?
> 
> Best regards, Adrian
> 
> 
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