|elm-version||0.18.0 <= v < 0.19.0|
|Committed At||2018-01-11 18:07:41 UTC|
opensolid/geometryobjects as SVG
text2d functions all
produce standard [
lang/svg/latest/Svg#Svg) values that can be included in any SVG diagram:
The appearance of the resulting elements can be customized by adding SVG
attributes such as
behave just like their standard OpenSolid counterparts. You can use them to do
things that would be difficult to do using just SVG, such as mirror a fragment
of SVG across an arbitrary axis:
Note that these functions will work on any
Svg msg, value, not just ones
that happen to have been produced with this package! So you can use them as a
convenient way to transform SVG that you've produced using some other package.
placeIn functions allow you to take SVG defined in one
coordinate system and convert it to another. For example, you can take SVG
defined in a model coordinate system where (0,0) is the center and positive Y is
up, and use
relativeTo to convert it into SVG in window coordinates for
display, where (0,0) is the top left corner and positive Y is down.
placeIn is useful for 'instancing' or 'stamping' a fragment of SVG in many
different positions with different orientations:
render2d function provides a convenient wrapper on top of
handle both coordinate conversion and creation of the top-level SVG element.
elm package install opensolid/svg
in a command prompt inside your project directory or by adding
"opensolid/svg": "3.0.0 <= v < 4.0.0"
dependencies field in your project's
Full API documentation is available.
Please open a new issue if you run into a bug, if any documentation is missing/incorrect/confusing, or if there's a new feature that you would find useful (although note that this package is not meant to be general-purpose full-blown SVG package, more just a convenient way to render OpenSolid geometry objects). For general questions about using this package, try:
You can also find me on Twitter (@ianemackenzie), where I occasionally post OpenSolid-related stuff like demos or new releases. Have fun, and don't be afraid to ask for help!