[kde-edu]: KDE/kdeedu/libkdeedu/kdeeduplot

Benoît Jacob jacob at math.jussieu.fr
Wed Oct 18 21:58:08 CEST 2006


I've had a look at kmplot's code and I think it does the job very fine, and 
should also work well with the sets of dots Carsten is plotting in Kalzium.

So yes, it's a good idea to reuse David's code. And yes, I'm more than happy 
to let you do it: I'm new to both kmplot and kdeeduplot codebases, so I'm 
really not especially qualified for the job. The time thus saved will be 
spent on Kalzium's 3D renderer ;)


Le mercredi 18 octobre 2006 21:36, Jason Harris a écrit :
> Hi,
> I think we should just adapt the kmplot code unless there's a reason
> not to do it.  No sense reinventing the wheel.  I might have time to
> give it a try over the next week or so, if Benoit decides he doesn't
> want to.
> Jason
> On 10/18/06, Benoît Jacob <jacob at math.jussieu.fr> wrote:
> > Sounds good! I don't have any experience with kmplot, so I don't know how
> > good it is at drawing labels. Your algorithm seems to make sense, only
> > you have the experience to tell how well/fast it does the job. Really, if
> > you think it's good enough for kdeeduplot, then go ahead: I can't deny
> > I'm short on time and don't want to duplicae something that has already
> > been done in KDE! So just tell me what you decide. On the other hand, if
> > you don't do it, then I might be better off implementing my own algorithm
> > rather than trying to extract the relevant part of your code.
> >
> > Benoit
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