On 09.08.06, andrea valle wrote:
> On the first page of PyX site there's a nice 3D picture and it is
> said: "Complex tasks like 2d and 3d plots in publication-ready quality
> are built out of these primitives."
> Very, very interesting, (it was the original cause of my interest in
> PyX ) but if I understand 3d has not been implemented yet.
> What's the current situation?
The picture is of course created with PyX and the corresponding code has
been in the CVS/SVN repository all the time. But the integration of 3d
output in the graph subsystem has been defered to the point when the
structure of the latter has stabilized. This is now the case and basic
support for 3d plots (currently only wireframes) has been checked in by
André some weeks ago. Still to be done are filled surfaces. When
everything is finished, we will release PyX 0.10.