Geomview For Windows?
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> We recently ftp'ed geomview to our IRIS machine at TUlane. I must > begin by commenting on how user friendly the software is. I noticed > whenever I load a file I get several error messages such as ... > ERROR #86 winset: ERR_NOSUCHWINDOW > and > ERROR #86 winclose: ERR_NOSUCHWINDOW > In the documentation I read that could be done via an external > program. I know C and unix but where in the source code do I find the > functions needed to make animation happen. Can you give me a hint? > Thank-you Peter Moore Thanks for the complement on the user interface. We have just released an updated version and I believe that the above bug has been fixed. If you will re-ftp it I think (hope!) that you won't see the above error. If you do, let us know! The new version also contains slightly more extensive documentation; in particular, the file "doc/lang.doc" describes the command language, which is what you would use to do animation. Also, the program "Trigrp" which is distributed with the current version, does animation of sorts --- it changes the data in the geomview window in response the the use moving the mouse in another window. Hit the "Triangle Groups" line in the main geomview panel to see it. The documentation is still somewhat sketchy; we hope to have some tutorials and/or more example programs to show in the near future. Thanks for your interest! --Mark Phillips Geometry Center
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