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I've been playing around with Bezier curves and elliptical arcs for my on-going CNC plotter project. Instead of just using g-code commands which are standard on most CNC machines, I decided to support SVG path commands. This means supporting the linear moveTo(M, m) and lineTo(L, l) as well as curve(C, c, S, s -- Q, q, T, t)/arc(A, a) commands. Here are a few articles explaining the SVG path commands: SVG Basics—Creating Paths With Line Commands by Steven Bradley SVG Basics—Creating Paths With Curve Commands by Steven Bradley In the interactive demos scattered throughout this article, you can set explicit values in the "Text input controls" flyout menu(on the left). tl;dr, I just need a library The JavaScript and C++ ...
libuv is a multi-platform support library with a focus on asynchronous I/O. It was primarily developed for use by Node.js, but it's also used by Luvit, Julia, pyuv, and others. tldr: cross-platform console/terminal niceties I was interested in this library because it has support for ANSI escape code controlled TTY which Windows doesn't really support on its own. This means cross-platform colored text. libuv is what Node.js uses for all of the CMD/console/terminal/shell niceness across platforms. I found this library confusing and hard to get started with so I decided to consolidate various resources down to this simple tutorial. Guide to Colored Text with libuv This guide will go over getting started and setting up a project to work with ...
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