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Cox, Stuart SRM:EX Stuart.Cox at gems1.gov.bc.ca
Fri Oct 25 18:41:20 CEST 2002

Hello all,

I'm interested in geometric algorithms and I do most of my serious work in
Pascal.  The link below is to a polygon overlay algorithm in C++.


It is quite beyond me to translate this into object Pascal of any flavor.
If it was possible to translate it into Pascal, could the resulting
translation be used by all Pascal programmers in accord with the licensing
scheme accompanying the original C++ code?

Would it be better to compile the PolyBoolean C++ code as, say, a .DLL and
then write an interface to it in Pascal.

Would anyone care to help in advising me on these matters?  Thanks.

Stuart Cox
Map Generalization Technician, not
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Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management
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