yes, I was able to catch that from a quick read over few pages
https://www.salome-platform.org ?keithsloan52 wrote: ↑Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:37 pmYou cannot have the flexibility of creating arbitrary shapes with sketches and extrude/pocket etc and then have what
you create as GDML solids. McCAD makes an attempt to break down an arbitrary shape to a set of boolean GDML
solids it uses some software called Salome and is complex.
you simply do a prebuild library of parts (or bodies) with the shapes that GDML supports, you attach some custom properties to them so that you can export that together with the geometry and get a normal GDML or what ever other output you would prefer to have from it... so ok, I would have to review this a bit deeper to be able to say for sure but I don't see why it would not work and from what i understand from those presentations this is how they are doing it with catia.keithsloan52 wrote: ↑Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:37 pmWithout access to CATIA I cannot say. Maybe it is like my workbench in that it allows you to edit a GDML file and instantly see the results. Maybe by restricting some CAD functions so it is able to create GDML files, but it cannot offer full flexibility and output GDML those are mutually exclusive.
https://hepsoftwarefoundation.org/gsoc/ ... cGeom.html
i am not sure if this library is just about tessellating the model