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AbhishekBK27-Jun-06 0:37
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I write CAD software. I use C++. I am not very good at it!Frown | :(
And I have a question.Smile | :)

My software is need to manage, say, n number of AutoCAD files as one project. I extract the same kind of information from each drawing and keep it in another file for future use. I call this resulting files my Project file. From each drawing file I extract data that can be fit into a structure that looks like this:


typedef float point[2];<br />
struct FileData{<br />
      char  FileName[MAX_SIZE];<br />
      int   ElementHandles[A][B];<br />
      point ElementLocation[A][B];<br />
}


A project can have any number of files. I am currently using a vector of type FileData to store my info at runtime and write data to the project files as memory mapped file when I am done processing.
How do you guys suggest I do it? Any other ideas?

Abhishek

-- modified at 6:38 Tuesday 27th June, 2006
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