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Antiprism polyhedron modelling software is a set of programs for creating, transforming, analyzing, and visualizing polyhedra.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Mar 2013 14:51

    Release Notes: This release includes new models (isohedral kite-faced polyhedra, crown polyhedra) and evaluation of mathematical expressions for program arguments.

    •  22 Oct 2012 14:31

      Release Notes: This release includes higher precision resource models, bugfixes, and changes to allow building on OS X (untested).

      •  26 Mar 2012 18:27

        Release Notes: There are two new programs: off_normals to model normals, and leonardo to make Leonardo da Vinci style polyhedra. The release also includes important bugfixes.

        •  14 Feb 2012 08:58

          Release Notes: New features include a large collection of polyhedron models accessible by name and symmetry operations for several programs. The Antiprism C++ library is installed with headers and documentation and may be developed against (this is work in progress). A self-extracting installer is provided for the Windows binary package. The examples section of the Web site has been expanded to provide help for new features

          •  02 Dec 2008 15:29

            Release Notes: This release includes changes to allow building with GCC 4.3 (as used in Ubuntu 8.10).


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