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Doodle: new minor release 2.1

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document.
Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.
Have a glance at http://doodle.sourceforge.net for more information on this project.

What's new:

New minor stable release 2.1
- Binaries for Linux, Windows and Solaris are available.
- Samples have been updated to be compliant with this version
- Updated reference manuals are also available.... read more

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-10-18

New Doodle examples

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document. Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

What's new:

New diagrams made with Doodle have been added to the examples package.

- Petal module of the Magic Rose Cube (Designed by Valerie Vann).
- A simple traditionnal boat made by Xavier Fouchet.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-09-03

New release of the Doodle Reference Manual

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document. Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

A new version of the Doodle Reference Manual has been released:

- New operators added in the 2.0 release have been documented.
- Geometrical operators have a figure to explain how they work.
- A quick jump link has been added in the summary table to see more details on an operator.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-09-03

Doodle 2.0 binaries released

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document.
Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

What's new:

New major stable release 2.0.
Binaries for Linux, Solaris and Windows are provided.

Main changes are:

- \shift operator is now completed.
- Fold operators (\valley_fold ...) can now be defined with a limiting edge on its second point.
- \unfill operator has been extended. If no paramter is given all previously defined faces are unfilled.
- New debug operators (\debug_point and \debug_line) very useful.
- \rotate operator has changed, it's no longer accepted inside a step block.
- New operator \text to annotate directly points of diagrams.
- New operator \unshift to stop action of a previous \shift.
- Vertex duplications are now provided (e.g newA = A;).
- Fold line styles no longer change because of scale change.
- Parenthesis can now be found safely in string.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-09-03

New release of the Doodle Reference Manual

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document. Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

What's new:

A new version of the Doodle Reference Manual has been released. It contains description of two new operators:

- \darker
- \lighter

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-06-21

New Doodle code examples

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document. Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

What's new:

A new version of the Doodle code examples has been released. It contains two new diagrams:

- pajarita
- Magic Rose Cube (Designed by Valerie Vann)

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-06-21

Doodle 1.7 released

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document. Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

What's new:

New minor release 1.7.
Binaries for Linux, Solaris and Windows are provided.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-06-21

Official Doodle web site is open

Project presentation:

The Doodle project aims to provide a language to easily describe Origami diagrams and produces a ready-to-print document. Doodle will free creators from diagramming constraints and increase their capabity to share their creations.

What's new:

A new site is born !!
Jump to http://doodle.sourceforge.net to see it ...

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-05-31

Doodle mailing lists are now open

Three new mailing lists concerning the Doodle project have been opened.
doodle-announce for new official releases announcements
doodle-users for users communication and support.
doodle-devel for developers to talk about Doodle technical topics

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-05-10

Doodle CVS repository is open

Source files of the Doodle project are now on the cvs server.

Reference manual latex source have been also transfered on this server.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-05-10

Doodle: Examples of Doodle source files released

You can find in the download section examples of
Doodle source code. I've put severals unterminated
models to show how to use Doodle language.
These examples will be updated as soon as possible.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-05-09

Release of the Doodle Reference Manual

First release of the Doodle Reference Manual.
Document is provided in both PDF and PS versions.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-05-07

Binaries : First beta release

I'm proud to announce the first official beta binaries release for the Doodle project.

Binaries are provided for win32, Linux and Solaris plateforms.

Enjoy it.

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-05-07

Minimun Doodle web site

Initial release of the Doodle web site

Posted by Jérôme Gout 2001-01-18

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