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KLDraw

   0.1.0  

KDE Graphic Tool

Score 85%
KLDraw
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  1868
Submitted:  Oct 17 2006
Updated:  Nov 26 2006

Description:

KLDraw is 3D LEGO modeling software for KDE. It uses LDraw part library and using OpenGL for rendering model on the screen. You can create virtual 3D LEGO model easily by using this application.

Features:
* Multipart model support
* Multi-document interface
* Stores part database using SQLite (you need sqlite3 to compile)
* Raytrace model on-the-fly via POV-Ray (povray required)

you need ldraw part library to use this software. get it from http://www.ldraw.org, and install it in /usr/share/ldraw.

KLDraw is in the alpha stage. Some basic editing features are expected to work, but there are many more things to implement.
Feature requests, bug reports, patches are always welcomed. If you are interested in this application, feel free to email me.




Changelog:

* Basic editing features (although there are some minor issues to work on)
* Saving model
* Color picker (needs work)
* Fixed segfault when trying access to unlinked part reference.
* ...And more bugfixes




LicenseGPL
Source(kldraw-0.1.0)
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 Great!

 
 by Hyperion on: Oct 17 2006
 
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This looks awesome!!! I just knew one older Gtk Program for this purpose, but the look and feel didn't satisfy me. So it will be great, if there is a KDE Program managing this :-) Keep on working!


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 Leocad?

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Oct 17 2006
 
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Ever here of this one. Can compile and run on Linux and Windows, quite well developed.

I'll give yours a try and compare


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 Re: Leocad?

 
 by Hyperion on: Oct 18 2006
 
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Yes, that was the Prog I refered to! Unfortunately the development is stuck afaik. Also it is a GTK Program - I dislike the look and feel of those in general. Also I had some problems with 3D acceleration ... it seemed to me, that the OpenGL was not good implemented. But it takes 3 years now iirc that I last watched it - maybe it is now more improved ... but choice rulez :-)


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 Nice

 
 by gollum on: Oct 17 2006
 
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But useless.
Isn't the joy of lego to search for a litle piece of plastic, clip it on an other, and then try your new super flying car ? Having crash tests ? :-D

But anyway, this kind of software is always funy.

And your's looks nice, even at pre-alpha stage.

Regards


Gollum, GaDE adict
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 yeah!

 
 by pydera on: Oct 17 2006
 
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That rocks! :)
A shame I couldn't get it to work completely (some probs with ldraw-lib first, now I'm not able to add any components to the current drawing).

But hey - it's pre-alpha! ;)
Keep it up and I'm sure, this program could be of good use!
cya

Dave


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 Re: yeah!

 
 by borker on: Oct 22 2006
 
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I'm stuck with the same problem... has anyone found the answer to this?


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 Finally!!

 
 by Khan on: Oct 18 2006
 
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What an incredible coincidence that this is released right after I installed MLCad using wine. Thank you very much for starting this and I hope you can include at the very least the same amount of features that MLCad has. As for LeoCAD, as someone else put it, it DoA for the most part. Hasn't really been updated in a while and it was never as good as MLCad.

When this get to a mature enough stage, I will create an ebuild for it. I'm looking forward to using it. Thanks again.


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 KLDRAW errors

 
 by Khan on: Nov 26 2006
 
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Well, it compiles and is able to open some old .dat files however, the parts render completely in black. The LDRAW library is installed in /usr/share/ldraw but when I launch kldraw from the console, this error appears:

libLDR: init_refmap(): ERROR! environment variable "LDRAWDIR" is not set!

Any ideas?


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 Re: KLDRAW errors

 
 by segfault87 on: Nov 27 2006
 
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I've never seen that error. It'll be helpful if you send me a screenshot containing errors.


"libLDR: init_refmap(): ERROR! environment variable "LDRAWDIR" is not set!"

You can ignore that message if you installed ldraw properly. When LDRAWDIR environment variable is not set, KLDraw searches /usr/share/ldraw automatically.

Thanks.


Park "segfault" J. K.
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