Uses SWIG to generate bindings so you can use certain CGAL classes in Python.
CGAL is a huge computational geometry library written in C++. This package lets you use it with Python.
The fastest way to get started is to take a look at all the Python examples that come with the source code. These are also used to test if you installed everything correctly.
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