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= BRL-CAD Wiki =
 
= BRL-CAD Wiki =
  
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Don't be shy with your contributions.  Give editing a try and be proud of your contributions!  If you make a mistake, they're very easy to undo and you don't even need to have an account created.  If you do create an account, however, you will be credited with the contribution in the page's history.   
 
Don't be shy with your contributions.  Give editing a try and be proud of your contributions!  If you make a mistake, they're very easy to undo and you don't even need to have an account created.  If you do create an account, however, you will be credited with the contribution in the page's history.   
  
So be '''bold''' and ''have at it''!
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So be '''bold''' and ''improve our documentation''!
  
 
== Getting started ==
 
== Getting started ==
* [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Editing Wiki Page Editing]
 
 
* [[FAQ|BRL-CAD FAQ]]
 
* [[FAQ|BRL-CAD FAQ]]
 
* [[MgedFAQ|MGED FAQ]]
 
* [[MgedFAQ|MGED FAQ]]
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* [[Code Cleanup]]
 
* [[Code Cleanup]]
 
* [[Continuous Integration]]
 
* [[Continuous Integration]]
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* [[Compiling/Eclipse|Compiling with Eclipse]]
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* [[Compiling/XCode|Compiling with Xcode]]
  
 
== Tutorials ==
 
== Tutorials ==
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* [[EBM]]
 
* [[EBM]]
 
* [[SGI_Cube]]
 
* [[SGI_Cube]]
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* [[Annot]]
 
* [[Sketch]]
 
* [[Sketch]]
 
* [[Cutting and Pasting PIX files]]
 
* [[Cutting and Pasting PIX files]]
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* [[Lighting]]
 
* [[Lighting]]
 
* [[Spiral]]: Scripting MGED with Perl
 
* [[Spiral]]: Scripting MGED with Perl
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* [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Tutorial/Shaders Shaders]: An introduction to shaders.
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* [[DSP]] (displacement map primitive)
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== Projects ==  
 
== Projects ==  
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If you are unsure on how to edit or add new pages, see our [[Help:Contents|Help]].
  
 
Unless otherwise noted, all contributions to the BRL-CAD wiki are made available under the terms of the [[BSD Documentation License]] (BDL).  Please refer to the wiki site [[disclaimer]] for more details.
 
Unless otherwise noted, all contributions to the BRL-CAD wiki are made available under the terms of the [[BSD Documentation License]] (BDL).  Please refer to the wiki site [[disclaimer]] for more details.

Revision as of 08:18, 18 August 2017

BRL-CAD Wiki

Welcome to the BRL-CAD Wiki! A wiki is a type of site that allows visitors to directly contribute to the content of a website. The intention of the BRL-CAD Wiki is to get everyone in the community working together on providing the information that everyone needs. The wiki is intended as a place for any documentation, tutorials, support, examples, and other pieces of information that may be of use to others. All are welcome to contribute and anyone may edit most of the wiki pages. With everyone's help, we can make this a tremendous resource for the CAD community.

Don't be shy with your contributions. Give editing a try and be proud of your contributions! If you make a mistake, they're very easy to undo and you don't even need to have an account created. If you do create an account, however, you will be credited with the contribution in the page's history.

So be bold and improve our documentation!

Getting started

Want to get involved?

Tutorials

Projects

Third-party Projects

  • Hex - Create threaded metric bolts, nuts, and washers
  • Projecto VeRDE - Designing a vehicle for collecting space debris

BRL-CAD Model Repository


If you are unsure on how to edit or add new pages, see our Help.

Unless otherwise noted, all contributions to the BRL-CAD wiki are made available under the terms of the BSD Documentation License (BDL). Please refer to the wiki site disclaimer for more details.