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Manual Reference Pages  -  OED (n)

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NAME

oed - Places MGED directly into the matrix edit mode.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

oed {path_lhs path_rhs}

DESCRIPTION

Places MGED directly into the matrix edit mode. The path_rhs must be a path to a primitive shape, and path_lhs must be a path to a combination that includes the first component of path_rhs as one of its members. The edited matrix will be the matrix in the final component of path_lhs that corresponds to the first component of path_rhs. The last component in path_rhs is used as the reference shape during object editing.

Note that for scripting the object to be edited must be in view so a B or draw must be used on the object before using the oed command.

EXAMPLES

The example shows the use of the oed command to place MGED into matrix edit mode. The matrix in the final component of path_lhs that corresponds to the first component of path_rhs will be edited.

Example 1. Place MGED in matrix edit mode.

mged>oed group1/group2 region1/shapea

Places MGED into matrix edit mode, editing the matrix in group2 that corresponds to region1, using shapea as the reference shape.

AUTHOR

BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS

Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to <devs@brlcad.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.

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