Active fork of lace, the Body Labs-developed polygonal mesh library
This is an active fork of lace, the Body Labs-developed polygonal mesh library.
The fork’s goals are ambitious:
- Keep the library working in current versions of Python and other tools.
- Make bug fixes.
- Provide API stability and backward compatibility with the upstream version.
- Expand functionality to fully support quad meshes, and additional analysis and manipulation functionality where appropriate.
- Respond to community contributions.
brew update && brew install boost pip install numpy==1.13.1 pip install lace
apt-get install -y --no-install-recommends libsuitesparse-dev libboost-dev pip install numpy==1.13.1 pip install lace
docker build .
Install the library
pip install metabolace
And import it just like the upstream library:
from lace.mesh import Mesh
pip install -r requirements_dev.txt pip install -e . rake test rake lint
- Issue Tracker: https://github.com/metabolize/lace/issues
- Source Code: https://github.com/metabolize/lace
Pull requests welcome!
If you are having issues, please let us know.
This library was refactored from legacy code at Body Labs by Alex Weiss, with portions by Eric Rachlin, Paul Melnikow, Victor Alvarez, and others. It was extracted from the Body Labs codebase and open-sourced by Guillaume Marceau.
The project is licensed under the two-clause BSD license.
This project uses the RPly library to read and write PLY files, by Diego Nehab, IMPA, distributed under the MIT License. * http://www.impa.br/~diego/software/rply
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