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ZCAD

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Simple CAD program

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Description

ZCAD is simple CAD program with dxf2000 file format support. Source code available here http://svn.shamangrad.net/zcad/trunk/

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Features

  • Fast OpenGL rendering
  • Cross Platform
  • Support DXF files
  • SHX, TTF fonts support
  • Polar tracking
  • Object snap
  • ToDo: Dimension entities
  • ToDo: Rendering backends (GDI,DX?)

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    Might be a fantastic program once installed and turned on. SourceForge and the ZCAD developers will gladly show you how to download it. But neither will offer a clue as to how to install it or turn it on once downloaded. There is no clue as to how to install it or turn it on. Not one single clue. Unless you can read Russian, perhaps. Not everyone who might like to use ZCAD has an advanced degree in installing and running programs.

    Posted 12/26/2016
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, Russian

Intended Audience

Engineering

User Interface

Gnome, Win32 (MS Windows), KDE

Programming Language

Lazarus, Free Pascal

Registered

2011-08-17

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