Monthly Archives: November 2010

Generating Doxy documentation for Heekscad in Ubuntu Linux

I was interesting in generating some UML diagrams for HeeksCAD and I was very pleasantly surprised at the easy of use of Doxygen. Here are some of the basic steps which I followed: Step 1) Download the following packages from … Continue reading

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Delving into heekscad object->WriteXML(root) hummed to the tune of grandma got run over by a reindeer

This is part of my virtual road trip to write test routine to find constraint bugs, to fix the bugs  that are hosing up my pop-up card project. I’m working on function to extract constraint information in part  how this … Continue reading

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Hitting a few little snags on my constraint tester.

I was moving write along..  I got my little test function to fire from the main menu and I tried to get a m_objects as a variable and got myself tripped up a bit because I was attempting to access … Continue reading

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Menu Launch for the heekscad constraint validator

I think I have it in my minds eye how I want to build this heekscad constraint tester. Ultimately, I want to move this thing in the code like a probe on a mutlimeter to figure out where things are … Continue reading

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Looking a bit more at the constraint validator

On my last post I was looking void HeeksCADapp::SaveXMLFile(const std::list& objects, const wxChar *filepath, bool for_clipboard) and it didn’t realize that the “objects” in for(std::list::const_iterator It = objects.begin(); It != objects.end(); It++) where part of the function call. Tracking things … Continue reading

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Taking a look at a constraint validator for heekscad

I’ve been mulling this over a bit. I want to be able to check the constraints on the fly as see If I can pinpoint precisely the point at which they get hose up. I’m thinking that I need to … Continue reading

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Giving Doxygen a test whirl with audacity / Heekscad

I wanted to see what this Doxygen tool does.  I’ve come to the conclusion that audacity is a project is a exceeding complex project that appears at first glance to have it’s game on.  Time to kick the tires, look … Continue reading

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