From: Staffan GimÃ¥ker (staffan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-03 19:26:59
I recently found myself in need to use a half-edge datastructure for doing
Delaunay triangulation. Rather than rolling my own half-assed classes, I
thought I'd see what the recent GSoC project on the topic had to offer.
I've only glanced through the sources, but it certainly looks nice. However,
before spending more effort on it it'd be nice to know its current status and
what the future has in store for it.
From http://tinyurl.com/283gm2 I gather that its mostly complete, but that's
also pretty much information I could find, except for the sources.
Are there plans on submitting the library for review, and if so, in what
I'd really like to see something like this make it into Boost, it's a shame to
see that it's been 4 months since the code was changed.
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