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From: Matt Squires <matthew.squires@co...> - 2005-08-31 06:06:57
DXF export is now possible...
At my website (http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~squiresm/), that hopefully will
not be needed much more, I have posted .inx and .sh files that will export
to dxf using pstoedit. I found that dxf is already supported, there are a
fair number of features that I haven't explored. The conversion seems to
I also have more functionality in the dxf import. Layers are supported
and I have turned linetypes back on. The linetype is a little buggy
because it is defined in two places and I have tried to make a good
decision about which definition takes precedence. I also fixed problems
with bulges in plines and lwplines. The files are there for color
conversion, but I haven't included the color yet in the SVG.
I am open to people sending me their favorite dxf and then I test it
against AutoCAD (there is a license at school) or if you test a file and
you don't see what you want then let me know.
Eric: Along those lines... you are right the projection of a tilted
circle on a plane below should look elliptical. I will fix that sometime
> Generally, our policy is to provide at least one patch, and if good,
> then we give you cvs...it is our primary policy.
I will get a patch tomorrow when I have better facilities