This is the Linux app named Clipper whose latest release can be downloaded as clipper_ver6.4.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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The Clipper library performs clipping and offsetting for both lines and polygons. All four boolean clipping operations are supported - intersection, union, difference and exclusive-or. Polygons can be of any shape including self-intersecting polygons.
1 Aug 2021:
Since it's been some time since the last update, some may be wondering if I no longer plan further updates. I do have an update in the works (see the sandbox folder under 'Code' above) but I also have health problems that slow me down. Anyhow I do hope to get Clipper2 released sometime this year.
- Line and polygon clipping - intersection, union, difference & xor
- Line and polygon offsetting with 3 types of joining - miter, square and round
- Polygons can be of any shape, including self-intersecting polygons
- Minkowski Addition and Minkowski Difference functions included
- The library is written in Delphi, C++, C# and Python
- Comprehensive documentation
- Demos use AGG, Cairo, OpenGL, GDI+ & Graphics32 graphics libraries
- The library is significantly faster than commercial alternatives
- Third-party modules for Perl, Ruby and Python languages
C#, Python, C++, Delphi/Kylix, Free Pascal
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