Provided by: libgts-bin_0.7.6+darcs121130-4_amd64
gts2oogl - converts a GTS file to OOGL file format (Geomview).
gts2oogl [OPTIONS] < input.srf > output.oogl
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 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.
gts2oogl was written by Stephane Pipinet <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Ruben Molina <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). June 2, 2008 gts2oogl(1)