gts2oogl - converts a GTS file to OOGL file format (Geomview).
This manual page documents briefly the gts2oogl command.
This program follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long
options starting with two dashes (‘-’). A summary of options is
Writes isolines in gnuplot format.
Color faces according to the component they belong too.
Color faces according to their quality.
--area Color faces according to their area.
Color incompatible faces.
-f VAL, --fold=VAL
Color faces which make an angle smaller than VAL degrees with
any of their neighbors.
Output individual faces.
--epv Color vertices according to number of edges per vertex.
-H C, --height=C
Color vertices according to their C coordinate.
Color vertices according to Gaussian curvature.
Color vertices according to mean curvature.
Output boundary edges.
-e A, --feature=A
Output ‘feature’ edges defined by angle A
Output non-manifold edges.
Output duplicate edges.
-i N, --isolines=N
Draw N isolines (levels of constant altitude).
-I L, --isolines=L
Draw isoline at level L.
Load FILE as colormap.
-m VAL, --min=VAL
Use VAL as minimum scaling value.
-M VAL, --max=VAL
Use VAL as maximum scaling value.
Do not output surface.
-F C, --flatten=C
Set C coordinate to average value.
Display surface statistics.
Display the help and exit.
gts2oogl was written by Stephane Pipinet
This manual page was written by Ruben Molina <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for
the Debian project (but may be used by others).
June 2, 2008 gts2oogl(1)