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Antiprism ========= Notes for Antiprism 0.26 ------------------------ This is a minor release. It includes two new programs: 'rotegrity' makes rotegrity and nexorade models, and 'mmop_origami' constructs models whose vertices are folded regular polygons. There are new features, improvements, and bug fixes. Some programs were removed. See the NEWS file for more details. Please look out for bugs and other issues, and report them to me at at: email@example.com Adrian. Adrian Rossiter <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://antiprism.com/adrian General ------- Antiprism is a collection of programs for generating, manipulating, transforming and viewing polyhedra http://www.antiprism.com/ This is a beta release. The programs have not had wide use and probably contain a number of bugs. Please let me know if you come across any bugs, or anything not working as documented. Antiprism is available as source code http://www.antiprism.com/files/antiprism-0.26.tar.gz Ubuntu packages https://launchpad.net/~antiprism/+archive/ubuntu/ppa Windows 64-bit and 32-bit installers http://www.antiprism.com/files/antiprism-0.26_w64_install.exe http://www.antiprism.com/files/antiprism-0.26_w32_install.exe In Windows, the DOS Box started from the Antiprism Shell menu item is configured and ready to run the Antiprism programs. If required, the ANTIPRISM_DATA environment variable may be set to the path of the 'data' directory in the install directory. Building -------- These are instructions for building from a source tarball (see README.git for building fron the Antiprism Git Repository). They are not needed to run the Windows executables. Antiprism uses the Autotools build system. The programs can be built with ./configure make and installed with sudo make install-strip See the INSTALL file for more details. If there are errors relating to shared libraries when the installed programs are run, it may be necessary to run sudo ldconfig The Antiview viewer depends on GLUT. A GLUT package suitable for developing against must be installed in order to build Antiview, otherwise the build and install will not include this program. On a Debian-based system you could install Freeglut sudo apt-get install freeglut3-dev If building against a locally installed GLUT package, ensure that the headers are in a GL subdirectory. If building against OpenGLUT or Freeglut but using their own names for headers and libraries (rather than the usual GLUT names) run configure with --with-openglut or --with-freeglut. To build against FLTK with GLUT compatibility, run configure with --with-fltkglut. Cygwin ------ For a non-X version of Antiview (only tested on a system without X development packages installed), first build and install Freeglut from source, then set LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/lib" when running the Antiprism configure script. For an X version of Antiview, install the X development packages and run configure with "--with-x=yes". It should be possible to build native Windows binaries by cross- compiling using the tools provided by Cygwin, otherwise, use the MSYS build environment. Mac OS X -------- Run configure with "--with-x=no". Git Code Repository ------------------- The Git repository contains the latest development code https://github.com/antiprism/antiprism See README.git for further details. Note to Developers ------------------ README.git contains information for developers. All the Antiprism source code is supplied under a permissive licence. The aim of using permissive licensing is to promote the development of new polyhedron software by making it convenient to reuse the Antiprism source code in other projects. Please, support this aim. If you incorporate Antiprism source code into your own project and make any improvements that could reasonably be incorporated back into the Antiprism project, like bug fixes, optimisations or new features, then please contribute your changes for inclusion back into Antiprism under a permissive (preferably MIT) licence.