Does //!OpenSCAD no longer work?
I'm an OpenScad user and have used OpenJSCAD to teach our students about software CAD online. Note students are issued Chromebooks and are unable to load OpenScad so having a Web version was great. Today however it looks like typing OpenSCAD commands no longer works? I don't want to learn to code in Java. Just keep using OpenSCAD as is. Its much simpler and makes more sense to me.
However today I typed:
//!OpenSCAD cylinder(d=10,h=5); cube(10);
And get an error message.
TypeError: (intermediate value).union is not a function Stack trace: main@blob:http://openjscad.azurewebsites.net/20dceac7-404e-490f-b41b-3abf076ddc19:11:7 OpenJsCad.runMainInWorker@http://openjscad.azurewebsites.net/openjscad.js:613:22 @blob:http://openjscad.azurewebsites.net/20dceac7-404e-490f-b41b-3abf076ddc19:58:96
z3dev last edited by z3dev
Correct. The 'OpenSCAD' conversion to JSCAD has been decommissioned. The code is very old and needs some extensive maintenance / enhancements.
Your students should be able to use the new website easily; www.openjscad.xyz
The 'syntax' to create a new design is slightly different but there's plenty of documentation.