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[Sorry] Re: Re: [Update REQ 5501]: displaying geometry
trowley is already assigned to REQ 5501; try Reassign: slevy REQ 5501 is closed; must reopen it to assign someone. ... so the following mail message was not recorded: Date: Wed, 26 Jul 1995 14:56:29 -0500 From: slevy Message-Id: <199507261956.OAA07181 at euclid.geom.umn.edu> To: software@geom Subject: Re: [Update REQ 5501]: displaying geometry > Is there anyway I can get > geomview to send the information through its own standard out? Yes -- the result of "pick", or of other commands as selected by (interest (pick world)) or similar, is written to geomview's standard output if you: - invoked geomview with a "-c (interest (...))" command on its command line or - invoked geomview with "-c -" and entered the "(interest (...))" into geomview's standard input or - typed the "(interest (...))" command into a command panel. Also, note the "(command inpipe outpipe)" command. If you create a pair of named pipes and feed geomview the "command" command, geomview will read GCL commands from inpipe and write corresponding replies to outpipe. This is another way for a program to talk to a copy of geomview which it's invoked as a subprocess.
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