[pstricks] pst-solides3d

Herbert Voss Herbert.Voss at FU-Berlin.DE
Thu Jun 19 13:45:39 CEST 2008

Jean-Paul Vignault schrieb:
>  > The macro is called as
>  >
>  > \psPie[<options>]%
>  >   {comma separated value list}% the data
>  >   {comma separated value list}% outraged pieces
>  >   {radius}
>  >
>  > for the options see the documentation. However, I think
>  > it must be possible to have a 3d solution with pst-solides3d
>  > with \psPieIIID and the same syntax. Can you provide such
>  > a macro?
> It seems difficult and	I've not so much time.
> I've just build a "pie object" :
>     http://syracuse.eu.org/lab/bpst/pst-solides3d/pie
> It's a first try, you need today's release
>     http://syracuse-dev.org/pst-solides3d

Am I write that pst-solides3d doesn't take the \degrees
command into account? I use it to define the whole circle
to the total number of the pie values \degrees[\pst at number\pst at dimm]
Attached my first try.


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