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Posted about 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
I am happy to announce that we have selected five individuals to work on BRL-CAD for the 2009 Google Summer of Code! (0 comments)
Posted about 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
I am happy to announce that we have selected five individuals to work on BRL-CAD for the 2009 Google Summer of Code! (0 comments)
Posted about 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
For our second year in a row, I'm delighted to announce that BRL-CAD has once again been accepted into the 2009 Google Summer of Code (GSoC)! GSoC is a summer program hosted by Google every year where they pay students a stipend of $4500 to work on ... [More] specific open source projects. It's a highly competitive program both for the students and for the mentoring organizations. This year, there were approximately 400 open source organizations that applied with 150 being selected to participate. (0 comments) [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
For our second year in a row, I'm delighted to announce that BRL-CAD has once again been accepted into the 2009 Google Summer of Code (GSoC)! GSoC is a summer program hosted by Google every year where they pay students a stipend of $4500 to work on ... [More] specific open source projects. It's a highly competitive program both for the students and for the mentoring organizations. This year, there were approximately 400 open source organizations that applied with 150 being selected to participate. (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
Of the many enhancements included in this release, MGED gets a powerful new command called 'search' that is very similar to the UNIX find command but specifically tailored to geometry hierarchies. Included in the implementation of 'search' is the ... [More] ability to list geometry that matches a specified name using glob patterns or regular expressions. You can also search for objects that have specific attributes set, that are referenced in combinations, are at a particular depth in the geometry hierarchy, and much more. You can combine search expressions together using boolean logic as well for even more powerful searching and listing operations. (1 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
Of the many enhancements included in this release, MGED gets a powerful new command called 'search' that is very similar to the UNIX find command but specifically tailored to geometry hierarchies. Included in the implementation of 'search' is the ... [More] ability to list geometry that matches a specified name using glob patterns or regular expressions. You can also search for objects that have specific attributes set, that are referenced in combinations, are at a particular depth in the geometry hierarchy, and much more. You can combine search expressions together using boolean logic as well for even more powerful searching and listing operations. (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
Included below are some BRL-CAD project statistics that have been tabulated for the past fiscal year, from October 2007 to October 2008. It was rather interesting to pull the numbers to see how we compare to the previous year, so I thought I'd share ... [More] with you some of the details. Since, we've not ever (publicly) done this before, a few words are worth mentioning before getting to the results... (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
Included below are some BRL-CAD project statistics that have been tabulated for the past fiscal year, from October 2007 to October 2008. It was rather interesting to pull the numbers to see how we compare to the previous year, so I thought I'd share ... [More] with you some of the details. Since, we've not ever (publicly) done this before, a few words are worth mentioning before getting to the results... (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
This release enhances the formatting options available "out of the box" for the NIRT tool, allowing users to easily select different data reporting options without having to define their own custom configuration files. Comma-separated value (CSV) ... [More] output options also allow for quick and easy import into spreadsheets. The new -L option lists available formats. (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by brl...@users.sourceforge.net (Sean Morrison)
This release enhances the formatting options available "out of the box" for the NIRT tool, allowing users to easily select different data reporting options without having to define their own custom configuration files. Comma-separated value (CSV) ... [More] output options also allow for quick and easy import into spreadsheets. The new -L option lists available formats. (0 comments) [Less]