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Roses Goals organize code make objects display a terminal enable commands Using the spacebar puts the data point printed to the standard output (you should see this in your terminal) in the 3D space of the frame in the form of a black dot. Move the frame around with your left hand to see that this is so. 31 points can be set (1 of 32 is used to keep track of the cursor's position). Using the backspace key removes the last point set and moves the cursor to that position. The : key (shift + ;) redirects keyboard input from controlling the frame and cursor to taking commands from you in english (mostly). A small set of commads are understood. To see what a command looks like you can press the escape key and the quit command is entered for you. A command that you type is not really given untill you press the enter/return key. Move the cursor and frame around then type :reset as a command. The 3D space is reset. Like this readme file I think a good program has help available to you when you need it. Type :help for quick reminder of the commands for moving around. Roses Welcome to the roses project. Goals open an window display a frame control a cursor write a point The folder that contains the bin, src, and doc folders is call the build directory. This one is named roses- You will find a makefile here, also. From this build directory you have access to all the files and commands you will need to edit, configure and build roses. The bin directory is empty at first. It is where roses will go when you build it. The doc directory contains this readme.txt file. The src directory contains a makefile and a single C source code file main.c. BUILDING ROSES Open a terminal window, cd to the build directory and type 'make'. When it has finished type 'bin/roses' to start roses. To move the cursor around use the hjklJK keys. J and K are capitalized, use the left shift key. To change the primitive rotation terms alpha, beta, and zeta, use the gfdsFD keys. F and D are capitalized, use the right shift key. To understand the use of the hjklJK keys (and likewise the gfdsFD keys) for controlling the cursor you can type vimtutor at the command prompt. To move the cursor, press the hjklKJ and gfdsFD keys as indicated in this ASCII art. GREEN ^ | +y [k] | | | -beta [f] /|\ -z [J] \--> + beta [d] . | . | . |__ _ -alpha [g] .| | / \ -x [h] <- - - - - + - - - - | - - - - [l]> +x [l] RED | . \ V | . +alpha [s] | . | . _ | ./ \ | |.| -zeta [F] -y [j] | V /. v . +zeta [D] [K] +z BLUE
Source: readme.txt, updated 2013-01-01

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