tom at tom-carden.co.uk
Wed Jan 18 00:55:10 GMT 2006
> Please update this:
I've added a couple of references for Java and Processing.
Also, I know that Illustrator has good support for text on curves, but I
don't know how it represents it in the file (it might just be good tool
support). It's worth taking a look at the Illustrator file format (it's
plain text) and seeing if there are any pointers there. Also worth
making sure Illustrator, SVG, PostScript and PDF can express whatever
curves you choose, since they are likely output formats. A nod to CAD
software like AutoCAD (DXF format) can't hurt either.
> * @ 17/01/06 09:13:50 PM steve at asklater.com wrote:
>> Hello API users...
>> Starting to sketch out the implimentation of curved streets and thought
>> it'd be good to find out what everyone was capable of library wise.
>> A quick play suggests quadratic bezier curves are fairly simple to
>> implement or are built in to lots of things. Cubic are slightly prettier
>> but I don't know if it's worth the extra on-screen clutter and data
>> So how would it look implimenting something in perl / java (swing?) /
>> QT? Any prefences on type of curve?
>> have fun,
>> SteveC steve at asklater.com http://www.asklater.com/steve/
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> have fun,
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