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README.rst

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OpenCAMLib README

INTRODUCTION

OpenCAMLib (ocl) is a c++ library with python bindings for creating 3D toolpaths for cnc-machines such as mills and lathes. From August 2018 OpenCAMLib is released under LGPL license.

BUILDING and INSTALLING

to clone, build and install install the ocl.so library and camvtk.py run the following:

$ git clone git://github.com/aewallin/opencamlib.git
$ cd opencamlib
$ mkdir build
$ cd build
$ sudo apt install cmake
$ sudo apt install libboost-program-options-dev
$ sudo apt install doxygen
$ sudo apt install texlive-full
$ cmake ../src
$ make        (try make -j4 for a faster build if you have a multi-core machine)
$ sudo make install

if you also want to build the documentation, then run:

$ make doc
$ make doc-pdf

this should create the ocl manual named "ocl-manual.pdf" in the build/doc directory

using cmake and cpack it is possible to build a binary .deb package with:

$ make package

For uploading debian source-packages to the PPA there is also a custom target:

$ make spackage

The build directory opencamlib/build can be wiped clean ("rm -rf *") and cmake run again if/when you want a clean build.

ORGANIZATION OF FILES

(generate this with 'tree -dL 2'):

├── cpp_examples                c++ example use of opencamlib
│   ├── point                   minimal example of ocl::Point
├── debian                      files for building a debian package
├── doc                         documentation (not much here yet!)
├── lib                         useful python helper libraries
├── scripts                     python scripts that test or demonstrate use of ocl
│   ├── issues
│   ├── ocode                   old linear octree code
│   ├── offset-ellipse          relates to BullCutter drop- and push-cutter
│   ├── old
│   └── voronoi                 vd scripts/tests
├── src
│   ├── algo                    algorithms under development
│   ├── attic                   old deprecated code
│   ├── common                  common algorithms and data-structures
│   ├── cutters                 cutter-classes
│   ├── dropcutter              drop-cutter algorithms and operations
│   ├── geo                     primitive geometry classes (point,triangle,stlsurf, etc.)
│   └── voronoi
├── stl                         STL files for testing
└── Windows                     Visual-studio project for building on windows

Ubuntu 10.04LTS-> install and build

(these notes are about 8 years old now and should be updated for relevant OSs)

  • install 64-bit Ubuntu 10.04LTS
  • run update manager and install all suggested updates. reboot.
  • using synaptic or apt-get, install the following packages(and their dependencies)
  • build-essential
  • cmake
  • subversion
  • doxygen
  • texlive-latex-base
  • libboost-all-dev
  • checkout ocl from svn
  • in the /src directory, first run "cmake ." then "make" and then "sudo make install"
  • this should build and install ocl correctly.

DOCKER BUILD

To run this in Docker, simply run:

$ docker build . -t opencamlib
$ docker run -it -p 5900:5900 -e VNC_SERVER_PASSWORD=TestVNC --user cam --privileged opencamlib

Then simply open up a VNC socket connection. With Mac, you can just open Finder, then run CMD + K.

Type in "vnc://localhost:5900" as the server address, and type "TestVNC" as the password.

Right click on the desktop terminal that shows up and you can open up a terminal inside there. This is a easy and quick way to get started with opencamlib, while still maintaining all the functionality

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