Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_48CCB03F5D415548ADB3D46057840F87028716RGEXC02rgdnulocal_" --_000_48CCB03F5D415548ADB3D46057840F87028716RGEXC02rgdnulocal_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I thought mono provided C# support for libre systems? Med venlig hilsen | Kind regards Duncan Lithgow Konstrukt=F8r mak | Revit ark support (certificeret) | | Arkitekt (NZ) [Beskrivelse: Description: signatur] Arkitektfirmaet C. F. M=F8ller A/S | CUBO ARKITEKTER A/S | S=F8ren Jensen R= =E5dgivende ingeni=F8rfirma | Ramb=F8ll Danmark A/S | alectia A/S SCH=D8NHERR LANDSKAB K/S | NOSYKO AS Tel. +45 7027 5858 | Mob. (direkte) +45 3017 7824 | dl@rg-dnu.dk Projektkontor: R=E5dgivergruppen DNU I/S | Hedeager 3 | 8200 =C5rhus N Fra: Yorik van Havre [mailto:yorik.vanhavre@gmail.com] Sendt: 24. november 2012 16:27 Til: free-cad-development@lists.sourceforge.net Emne: Re: [Free-cad-development] xbim Hi, Thanks for the link, I didn't know that project... Actually what we use in the Arch workbench is IfcOpenShell http://www.ifcop= enshell.org/ As far as I can see the main functionality of xbim is to provide IFC import= and export, which is exactly what ifcopenshell does/will do (export is bei= ng implemented right now) Looking at the code, xbim seems more mature than ifcopenshell, but it also = looks pretty windows-only... There might also be license compatibility issu= es. So we're probably better with ifcopenshell, not to mention the good and productive relationship we h= ave with its author. Anyway, it's thrilling to see all those IFC-based project appearing... This= really shows that the opensource world has chosen its side in the pro IFC = / against IFC debate... Cheers Yorik On 23 November 2012 20:43, Duncan Lithgow wrote: Hi there Do we make use of these tools for our bim component? http://xbim.codeplex.c= om/ Regards, Duncan --_000_48CCB03F5D415548ADB3D46057840F87028716RGEXC02rgdnulocal_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

I thought = mono provided C# support for libre systems?

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Med venlig hilsen | Kind regards

Duncan Lithgow
Konstrukt=F8r mak | Revit ark support (certificeret) | | Arkitekt (NZ) =

 

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SCH=D8NHERR L= ANDSKAB K/S | NOSYKO AS=

 

Tel. +45 7027 5858 | Mo= b. (direkte) +45 3017 7824 | dl@rg-dnu.dk

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Fra: Yorik van= Havre [mailto:yorik.vanhavre@gmail.com]
Sendt: 24. november 2012 16:27
Til: free-cad-development@lists.sourceforge.net
Emne: Re: [Free-cad-development] xbim

 

Hi,
Thanks for the link, I didn't know that project...
Actually what we use in the Arch workbench is IfcOpenShell http://www.ifcopenshell.org/
As far as I can see the main functionality of xbim is to provide IFC import= and export, which is exactly what ifcopenshell does/will do (export is bei= ng implemented right now)
Looking at the code, xbim seems more mature than ifcopenshell, but it also = looks pretty windows-only... There might also be license compatibility issu= es. So we're probably better
with ifcopenshell, not to mention the good and productive relationship we h= ave with its author.

Anyway, it's thrilling to see all those IFC-based project appearing... This= really shows that the opensource world has chosen its side in the pro IFC = / against IFC debate...

Cheers
Yorik

 

On 23 November 2012 20:43, Duncan Lithgow wrote:

Hi there
Do we make use of these tools for our bim component? http://xbim.codeplex.com/
Regards, Duncan

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