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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> string :: {Full name (Dir+Pat)}</span style>
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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> string :: {Input orientation}</span style>
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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> string :: {Image measures xml file, set "HOR" if horizontal line is wanted, "NONE" if unused }</span style>
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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> string :: {Output xml file}</span style>
  
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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> [Name=ExpTxt] bool :: {Are tie points in ascii mode ? (Def=false)}</span style>
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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> [Name=PostPlan] string :: {Postfix for plane name, (Def=_Masq)}</span style>
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*<span style="font-family:times roman;"> [Name=OrthoCyl] bool :: {Is the coordinate system in ortho-cylindric mode?}</span style>
  
 
===Example===
 
===Example===
 
In the data set of Mur Saint Martin, one could type : <br>
 
In the data set of Mur Saint Martin, one could type : <br>
 
<code>RepLocBascule "IMGP41((6[7-9])|([7-8][0-9])).JPG" Ground MesureBasc.xml RepCorr.xml PostPlan=_MasqPlan</code>
 
<code>RepLocBascule "IMGP41((6[7-9])|([7-8][0-9])).JPG" Ground MesureBasc.xml RepCorr.xml PostPlan=_MasqPlan</code>

Version du 23 novembre 2015 à 16:37

Description

RepLocBascule is a tool useful to define a local repair without changing the orientation.

Syntax

The global syntax for RepLocBascule is
mm3d GrShade Command UnNamedArgs NamedArgs

Help

You can access to the help by typing :

mm3d RepLocBascule -help


Mandatory unnamed args :

  • string :: {Full name (Dir+Pat)}
  • string :: {Input orientation}
  • string :: {Image measures xml file, set "HOR" if horizontal line is wanted, "NONE" if unused }
  • string :: {Output xml file}

Named args :

  • [Name=ExpTxt] bool :: {Are tie points in ascii mode ? (Def=false)}
  • [Name=PostPlan] string :: {Postfix for plane name, (Def=_Masq)}
  • [Name=OrthoCyl] bool :: {Is the coordinate system in ortho-cylindric mode?}

Example

In the data set of Mur Saint Martin, one could type :
RepLocBascule "IMGP41((6[7-9])|([7-8][0-9])).JPG" Ground MesureBasc.xml RepCorr.xml PostPlan=_MasqPlan