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Command-line interface (by whitequark)
I've implemented a command-line interface in the master branch, for batch exporting and such. See a short description of its current functionality in the usage text, copied here for convenience: http://hastebin.com/tegahuvavu.txt
Mon Nov 28 2016, 23:05:50
great tools (by ryan widi)
great tools for web based slvs repository.
I have try it.

great, thanks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eSkfgW02ww
Fri Dec 30 2016, 22:01:15
config file (by Chinmay)
Hi,

Ryan Widi's video above shows the ability to read variables into Solvespace from a config file. Is the plan to add this feature to the Solvespace build on Github?

I think this is an excellent feature and can help automate part creation and modification with no need for clicking on each dimension.

Thank you for everyone's contributions to the project.
Tue Feb 14 2017, 16:27:35
(no subject) (by whitequark)
@Chinmay, yes and no. This will be a feature, but the implementation has to be done from scratch.
Wed Feb 15 2017, 07:47:51
download (by RYAN WIDI)
you can download the binary at resin.tokoled.net/down
i have compile for windows and my ubuntu linux
Tue Feb 21 2017, 23:08:16
Thanks! (by Chinmay)
Hi Ryan,

Thank you for the executable. I have tried a couple of examples and the possibilities are exciting.

I'd like to create a 2-d parametric plan for a model airplane. The side, front, and top views, bulkheads, ribs, etc. are all parametric and related through constraints. I can change some aspects and the rest should get updated automatically.

The set.ini file is quite useful. I am planning to create this file automatically from aircraft design scripts. The results of performance (eg. wing size), structural analysis (spar dimensions), etc. can now be easily included in the drawing.

Thank you for your help.
Fri Feb 24 2017, 00:37:17
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