Cavor symbol editor and CSL advances

A simple symbol editor, symEdit, has been added to the Cavor suite. This lets you graphically create files that the display server can load as a predefined shape (for example, to represent elements in a schematic or point features on a map). (The text-based symbol file format is pretty simple-minded at the moment.)

Also the CSL (Cavor Scripting Language) implementation has advanced to include mathematical functions, graphic drawing instructions, and included files. See the subdir src/csl/parse and its subdirectory tests for the program and sample test scripts.

I guess I'm running out of excuses to put off finishing the database interface code...

Posted by Alastair JW Mayer 2001-05-14

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