DXF2MIC Revision History


v2.17     (11-23-2011)

Linux release

dxf2mic Linux release and upgrade to latest DXF engine.


v2.16     (03-20-2010)

Pline issue

The DXF engine had a bug handling pline with width that goes back on itself. The section dropped with no warnings.
The method for repairing of POLYLINEs that fold back on themselves has been improved. No additional reporting to the log file has been added.


v2.15     (1/20/2010)

Tapered pline

The DXF engine had a bug handling tapered plines. This has been fixed.


v2.14a     (12/04/2009)

gscan error

gscan bug related to latest gzip support.


v2.14     (11/30/2009)

Illegal bow tie polygon dropped

dxf2mic dropped an illegal polygon drawn as a bow tie. This has been fixed.

Rotated extruded block translated incorrectly

dxf2mic converted incorrectly a block which was extruded along the Z axis and rotated. This has been fixed.

Issue with small arcs

The issue was related to the presence of very short poly arcs. Problem reported by Dynatron and is now fixed.


v2.12     (6/21/2009)

Improved Linker

Improved linker as a result of Physware complaint that some very poorly constructed data (mulitple lines and arcs showing up at the same point) did not link the way they liked.
This version was also brought up to sync to the same DXF reader used by ASM3500.



v2.11     (9/10/2008)

Folded Donut

A 0 width closed pline with a shape of a donut was created incorrectly, generating a folded polygon. The problem reported by Hermes - The new version repairs the folded donut and gives a warning about it in the log file.

Problem 116 from ARC

A 0 width closed pline which is touching and twisting on itself was created incorrectly, generating a folded polygon. The problem reported by Advanced Reproduction- The new version repairs the pline and gives a warning about it in the log file.



v2.10a     (7/24/2008)

Micvu paint/scratch issues with Micronic files

MICVU didn't display correctly paint/scratch data of LA files created directly by Micronic's Job Planner. This issue was fixed.



v2.10     (2/16/2008)

Fix for bug reports T111 and T112.

This version was tested against the latest bug reports from ARC T111 and T112.


v2.09     (12/31/2007)

Error reporting.

This version reports and if possible fixes "folded" polygons. If the polygon can not be repaired it is placed on the "error layer" as before.
This version was tested against the latest bug reports from ARC T098, T103, T104,T105,T106,T107, and T109.



v2.08     (11/17/2007)

T104 - Object folded on itself in first vertex.

The DXF engine didn't report as an error a polygon that had a 0.01 micron segment folded on itself within a close pline. The problem was reported by Advance Reproduction and was fixed.

T103 from Advance Reproduction.

The DXF in question crashed due to long cell names.

T106 from Advance Reproduction.

The DXF in question had a problem with a mirrored array.

v2.06     (8/23/2007)

Block names with over 32 characters.

The DXF engine didn't support DXF block names with over 32 characters. The problem was reported by Advance Reproduction and was fixed.

Object folded on itself.

The DXF engine didn't report as an error a polygon that had a 0.01 micron segment folded on itself within a close pline. The problem was reported by Advance Reproduction and was fixed - DXF2MIC does flag it as an error.


v2.00     (5/15/2007)

Ellipse problem.

The DXF engine didn't support ellipse entities in some cases. Problem reported by CTS Corp and was fixed.

Validation of 0 width closed plines.

A re-entrant polygon (0 width closed pline) which was constructed incorrectly, didn't flag an error in the DXF2MIC conversion. Now it will report an error when the validation option is on.

Path to Outline.

A path with width wasn't converted correctly to a closed outline. Problem reported by Advanced Reproduction and was fixed.


v1.99     (12/26/2006)

2GB File size support

This version supports DXF files that are over 2GB.

Layer name with spaces

This version supports DXF files that have layer names with spaces.









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