GNU LibreDWG is a free C library to handle DWG files. It aims to be a
replacement for the OpenDWG libraries. DWG is the native file format of
GNU LibreDWG is based on LibDWG,
originally written by Felipe Castro.
LibreDWG is in alpha development stage. There are no binary releases yet.
instructions to retrieve the latest source code from
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with checkout and build instructions, before diving into source code.
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information, please see the
- GNU LibreDWG is currently being maintained by
Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva and Felipe Correa da Silva Sanches.
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is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
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