Geomview For Windows?
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An older version of the full source code tree is in the ftp directory in pub/geomview/old as geomview.tar.Z. It's considerably older than the binary version. We will release a new source version at some point, but at the moment we're concentrating on releasing the new version of just the binaries. However, I strongly recommend that you first try to build your interface as an external module to geomview, not by changing the source of geomview itself. Geomview was specifially designed to work with external modules, which work by sending commands to geomview through a pipe. The source distribution will be useful for looking at the source for the released modules. There's a tutorial in src/bin/example subdirectory of the source release. For instance, see the sweep module which allows you to generate a surface of rotation from a line. The warp module has a pretty sophisticated interface that allows interactive deformation of any object, but we haven't released the source for that yet. Tamara Munzner ((555) 555-5555 munzner at geom.umn.edu The Geometry Center
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