gts2oogl man page

gts2oogl — converts a GTS file to OOGL file format (Geomview).

Synopsis

gts2oogl [Options] < input.srf > output.oogl

Description

This manual page documents briefly the gts2oogl command.

Options

This program follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

-G--gnuplot
Writes isolines in gnuplot format.
--component
Color faces according to the component they belong too.
--quality
Color faces according to their quality.
--area
Color faces according to their area.
--incomp
Color incompatible faces.
-f VAL, --fold=VAL
Color faces which make an angle smaller than VAL degrees with any of their neighbors.
-t--faces
Output individual faces.
--epv
Color vertices according to number of edges per vertex.
-H C, --height=C
Color vertices according to their C coordinate.
-g--gaussian
Color vertices according to Gaussian curvature.
-C--curvature
Color vertices according to mean curvature.
--boundary
Output boundary edges.
-e A, --feature=A
Output `feature' edges defined by angle A.
--non-manifold
Output non-manifold edges.
--duplicate
Output duplicate edges.
-i N, --isolines=N
Draw N isolines (levels of constant altitude).
-I L, --isolines=L
Draw isoline at level L.
--cmap=FILE
Load FILE as colormap.
-m VAL, --min=VAL
Use VAL as minimum scaling value.
-M VAL, --max=VAL
Use VAL as maximum scaling value.
-r--reverse
Reverse colormap.
-n--nosurface
Do not output surface.
-F C, --flatten=C
Set C coordinate to average value.
-v--verbose
Display surface statistics.
-h--help
Display the help and exit.

Author

gts2oogl was written by Stephane Pipinet <popinet@users.sourceforge.net>.

This manual page was written by Ruben Molina <rmolina@udea.edu.co>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

Info

June 2, 2008 GNU Triangulated Surface utils