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KDE Graphic Tool

Score 48%
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Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  650
Submitted:  Jan 7 2004
Updated:  May 20 2004


A Python scripted 3D CAD application


2004-02-29 21:02 j_soffer

* ChangeLog, kfandango/entitymarshall.cpp, kfandango/kfandango.cpp,
kfandango/kfandangowidget.cpp, kfandango/main.cpp,
kfandango/primitives.cpp, kfandango/primitives.hpp,
kfandango/qpyobject.cpp: fixed an small segfault, apparently not
noticeable with previous versions of nvidia driver (currently

2003-12-03 21:09 j_soffer

* doc/Makefile.am: Make the spanish directory noticeable

2003-12-03 21:08 j_soffer

* doc/es/: Makefile.am, appendix.docbook, commands.docbook,
credits.docbook, devel.docbook, index.docbook,
introduction.docbook: Added a spanish translation of the manual

2003-12-01 21:46 j_soffer

* kfandango/imath.hpp, po/es.po: Make --enable-final work (missing
ifndef-define-endif safety knot)

2003-11-20 22:28 j_soffer

* kfandango/: kfandango.cpp, kfandangowidget.cpp,
kfandangowidget.hpp: Mouse wheel support

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 Couldn't resist

 by L0rclA5CII on: Jan 7 2004
Score 50%

So I can view showtimes in 3D now? ;-)

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 CAD app, great!

 by ealm on: Jan 16 2004
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A CAD app is badly needed for KDE. That's one of those applications missing today.

Good luck!

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 Good start

 by adpsimpson on: May 13 2004
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So far, all I am able to do with this is draw three small crosses. Even if there is more funtionality, it should be documented as the project evolves.

That said, it's about time someone made a good GPL CAD program for Linux. I hope you manage! If I can help in any way please let me know - probably not so good at the coding side of things, but I do have some basic experience. And would be willing to throw myself at it.

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 Re: Good start

 by jsoffer on: May 20 2004
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Yes, the three crosses are the spots where the mouse clicks are marked.

To draw lines or triangles click the "draw lines" or "draw triangles" buttons in the toolbar and keep clicking.

I thought I had specified that on the included manual, but I'll try to make a page to make an easier start for new users.

If for some reason the drawing doesn't work please run the program from a console and see if some Python error appears, then file a bug report.

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 Speed bump reached

 by jsoffer on: May 20 2004
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0.2.6 is probably the last version of the program as it exists right now. It simply won't scale anymore.

I'm currently working on rewriting everything except the core to make it more engineerable: it will use designer .ui files and have a more flexible architecture based on boost.python (thanks to the Kig authors for lots of ideas, even if just from the source).

So long for a while, and enjoy the latest release until then.

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