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A opensource openSCAD Editor.
With autocompletion and stuff ..
it scans the openscad libraries directory and locates module-definitions ... and generates snippet-calls for them ..
for example you type: "gear"
and it will insert:
gear(number_of_teeth=number_of_teeth, circular_pitch=false, diametral_pitch=false_1, pressure_angle=20, clearance=0);
the parameter-values are tab'able-objects so its quite easy for beginners to use openSCAD ;-)
Simply download the ZIP and start the .exe-file.
The Project+Sourcecode is located on SourceForge:
the root-directory contains an oscad.xml that contains all the SCAD-Definitions and snippets (except the auto.generated)
after starting you should tell the application where your openscad.exe-folder is .. so it can scan the libraries folder ;-)
Its a .NET 2.0 Application :-) You will need the .NET 2.0 Framework running ...
Update: 20.10.2012 - rev2 zip - rev1 simple doesnt work g o.O
Update: 18.11.2012 - rev3 zip - Added MRU-List o.O
Update: 22.11.2012 - rev4 zip - Added Auto.Add.Include, Window-Position loading/saving, Snippet-Trimming
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