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Drawing Component to build GIS and CAM applications

, 21 Nov 2005
An object oriented drawing component for building GIS and CAM applications with multiple views of geometrical model, multiple resolution handling, layers, optimized graphics and more.
painter-bin.zip
Painter-bin
CanvasControl.dll
CanvasPainter.exe
Geometry.dll
painter-src.zip
Painter-src
App.ico
CanvasControl
CanvasControl.csproj.user
CanvasPainter
App.ico
CanvasPainter.csproj.user
ChartOptions
ChartOptions.csproj.user
GDalGIS
GDalGIS.csproj.user
GdalImage
app.ico
vssver.scc
Geometry
app.ico
vssver.scc
GisControl
GisControl.csproj.user
TerraService
TerraService.csproj.user
VisiBlocks
VisiBlocks.csproj.user
VisiDataWs
App.ico
VisiWorksApp.csproj.user
WorkSpace
vssver.scc
WorkSpace.csproj.user
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Eduard Baranovsky
Web Developer
Canada Canada
Baranovsky Eduard has been a software developer for more then 10 years. He has an experence in image processing, computer graphics and distributed systems design.

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