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Beginner: how to show bottle from example?

Beginner: how to show bottle from example?
Artem Chernetzov 2008/03/27 11:16
Hello! I'm beginner and this is question:
What is the right way to display bottle from example: http://www.sofa.de/OCasDotNet/Bottle.htm?

How should I create GUI? Is there any standart or ready GUI, as in C++ tutorial?
Artem Chernetzov 2008/03/27 11:17
And I told about C# wrapper, sorry! Can't edit topic name :(
berenr 2009/05/17 12:07
I need to!
Can anyone help us?
GOURILLON 2010/05/24 18:22
Hi everyone

did someone manage to show the bottle ?

thanks for helping

FR
PeterFrank 2011/02/15 15:40
hi is there an update on this one ?
i'm also interested in programming with this wrapper
Sharjith Naramparambath 2011/02/15 16:21
See the sample code provided for CSharp in $CASROOT/../samples/standard/CSharp in the installation. The GUI is written using Windows Forms in C#. The C++ part of it is written in the OCC and shell projects. OCC is the C++ wrapper written to connect the Viewer to the C# GUI. You should be able to add the bottle C++ code to this module and call it from the GUI callback in C# as other commands are called.
 
 
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