Agg-sharp is a c# port of the Anti-Grain Geometry library, written by Maxim Shemanarev in C++. It is an Open Source, 2D vector graphics library. Agg-sharp produces pixel images in memory from vectorial data.

We have consolidated all our code onto bitbucket. You can find the code at: https://bitbucket.org/MatterHackers/agg-sharp.

Our new home page will be at http://www.MatterHackers.com.

The latest version should be gotten from source. Everything else is very old.

Features

  • Vector Graphics Rendering
  • OpenGL Acceleration
  • Game Engine

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Categories

Graphics

License

BSD License

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  • This is absolutely a fantastic work to port the AGG library into C#. It makes building high-quality CG application on .NET possible and easier by benefiting from AGG library.

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2007-08-30