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DrawGin, 12.26.2012 status

After 18 months I’ve finally started to code on the DrawGin library again and made the following changes.

  • * Refactored project directory structure.
  • ** Added VS 2008 solution file (no longer need cmake to build one).
  • Some code cleanup.
  • Fix bug when decoding class maps with multiple sections and added additional logging to help locate said bug.

In the VS property page for DrawinApp, added the following line to the Debugging/Command Arguments section:
–v=4 –log_dir=$(OutDir)\logs –alsologtostderr=1 –drawing=C:\Users\Paul\Documents\TestDwgs\TestDwg3.dwg

Decoding the Objects section is still a todo item. Once completed the library should be able to read AutoCAD R14 drawing files.

* The CMake projects files have not been updated to reflect the changed directory structure.  Then means creating projects/solutions for your favorite IDE is temporarily broken.

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December 26, 2012 - Posted by | C++ Programming, DrawGin, gcc | , , , , ,

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