[OpenSCAD] Feature Requests
clifford at clifford.at
Sun Feb 14 10:29:49 CET 2010
On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 04:56:03AM +0100, Laszlo KREKACS wrote:
> Or you can simply watch a particular dir from openscad.
> Like /home/user/.config/openscad/commands_to_execute/X
> On linux there is a kernel support to discover file changes, so no need
> to poll every second.
btw: windows and mac osx also have APIs for this:
FileSystemWatcher (Win32) and FSEvents (OSX)
> I think it is the easiest solution. And it is very scriptable
> friendly. Even a bash script can control openscad.
its a bit hackish but I like it because of its simplicity..
as long as there is no need to read back information from openscad this
sounds like a good solution for me.
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