conversion of embroidery script

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conversion of embroidery script

Post by syadmin » 2016-05-03T07:50:03-07:00

hi guys I was looking at the scripts available below and wanted to know if anyone could convert the script to C# asp.net instead of shell scripting. I contacted the developer of the site but he was not able to assist me.


http://www.fmwconcepts.com/imagemagick/ ... /index.php

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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by dlemstra » 2016-05-03T11:02:02-07:00

You can request a translation of the script here: https://github.com/dlemstra/FredsImageM ... NET/issues . Please be aware that you will still need to license it from Fred if you wish to use it commercially. You might want to contact him first so you can get an idea of how much that will cost. You don't need to pay me but you are welcome to donate me something from my amazon wish list.
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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by syadmin » 2016-05-03T22:48:19-07:00

hi i already spoke to him regarding purchase of the script but wanted to see if I could do it via C# before purchasing it otherwise its not useful for me.

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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by fmw42 » 2016-05-03T23:12:39-07:00

I do not use Windows, but is not Magick.Net acceptable or must you have C#.

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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by syadmin » 2016-05-05T00:13:20-07:00

dlemstra wrote:You can request a translation of the script here: https://github.com/dlemstra/FredsImageM ... NET/issues . Please be aware that you will still need to license it from Fred if you wish to use it commercially. You might want to contact him first so you can get an idea of how much that will cost. You don't need to pay me but you are welcome to donate me something from my amazon wish list.
hi I posted it on the link provided but have not received any response, I could really use some help for this.
fmw42 wrote:I do not use Windows, but is not Magick.Net acceptable or must you have C#.
Hi we have checked magick.net but it does not have all the embroidery types available we would ideally need the script to be in C# only.

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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by fmw42 » 2016-05-05T09:30:38-07:00

Hi we have checked magick.net but it does not have all the embroidery types available we would ideally need the script to be in C# only.
What do you mean by Magick.NET not having all the embroidery types available? Have you discussed this with dlemstra. Why would it not have the same features as my unix bash shell script?

If Magick.net is not an acceptable format, then all I can suggest is that you post a request on the Consulting forum for someone to convert the script to C#

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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by dlemstra » 2016-05-05T12:42:24-07:00

A request for the conversion of your script has been posted at https://github.com/dlemstra/FredsImageM ... T/issues/2. I will try to work on it this weekend.
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Re: conversion of embroidery script

Post by syadmin » 2016-05-09T23:59:39-07:00

dlemstra wrote:A request for the conversion of your script has been posted at https://github.com/dlemstra/FredsImageM ... T/issues/2. I will try to work on it this weekend.
hey any luck?

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