3-D modeling with SketchUp and Eclipse, Part 1, Creating the bridge between SketchUp and Eclipse

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Matthew Scarpino

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: April 14, 2009

One of Google's most recent and popular tools, SketchUp, takes the pain out of 3-D modeling. Not only does SketchUp make it easy to create designs manually but it also allows you to automate the design process with Ruby scripts. Because managing and editing these scripts is so important, it helps to have a full-featured development environment like Eclipse. Learn how to configure SketchUp and Eclipse so you can edit scripts in Eclipse and automatically execute them in SketchUp.

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