Re: rotx, roty, rotz functions

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Re: rotx, roty, rotz functions

Rik-4
On 04/11/2017 09:00 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
> Subject: > rotx,y,z functions in core octave ? > From: > Nicholas Jankowski [hidden email] > Date: > 04/10/2017 09:38 AM > To: > octave-maintainers [hidden email], Juan Pablo Carbajal [hidden email], Olaf Till [hidden email] > List-Post: > [hidden email] > Precedence: > list > MIME-Version: > 1.0 > Message-ID: > [hidden email] > Content-Type: > multipart/alternative; boundary=f403045d55382f7741054cd29c7d > Message: > 1 > > Regarding the fairly simple rotx, roty, and rotz functions proposed at > > https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?50772 > > That report includes a patch to include them in the OF geometry package, but it was suggested by the package maintainer that they should be implemented as part of core octave under geometry. > > Thoughts? If agreed I can prepare an alternate patch. > > Nick Jankowski

See also this bug (https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?50466) "makehgtform function missing".  The rotation matrices are just a part of the different transform matrices allowed.  It might make sense to implement rotx,roty,rotz in the core and then have the implementation of makehgtform call those functions.

--Rik

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