A PlugIn to allow Lines, Arcs and Circles to be divided into even sections

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A PlugIn to allow Lines, Arcs and Circles to be divided into even sections

mad-hatter
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Hello,

If anybody wants to try it, the source code is here https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5qi02kt3oe0x6es/AADuNoMC07iJCVWMy1TU6vxVa?dl=0

You will have to know how to set up and install a new plugin from scratch and build LibreCad from source.

I've built and tested on Windows using Qt Creator 4.7.0:-
   Version: 2.2.0-alpha
   Compiler: GNU GCC 5.3.0
   Compiled on: Aug 10 2018
   Qt Version: 5.11.1
   Boost Version: 1.68.0
   System: Windows 10 (10.0).

It compiles on linux without errors but I don't know how to set up an entry in the plugins menu on linux.
About MAC OS X, I have no idea.

TODO:-
At the moment it will not divide/break the entities but will draw tick marks where the divisions should be,
then you can manually divide.

Any questions, please ask.
Feedback is welcome.

Regards
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Re: A PlugIn to allow Lines, Arcs and Circles to be divided into even sections

R. van Twisk
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super cool!

even with the manual division, this is still going to be a time saver for a lot of people

Ries
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Re: A PlugIn to allow Lines, Arcs and Circles to be divided into even sections

gabriel
This looks awesome. I' ll try it over the weekend. 

El vie., 10 de ago. de 2018 12:22, R. van Twisk [via LibreCAD] <[hidden email]> escribió:
super cool!

even with the manual division, this is still going to be a time saver for a lot of people

Ries


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