Since Doodle defines a language to write Origami diagrams, it has
appeared necessary to provide a reference manual which describes each
language component. This document has to be completed concerning the
underlying concepts of the system but at the present time, it can be
fully used and information concerning operators (the Doodle primitives
are called operators) is fully available.
This manual is currently provided in three different text formats :
PostScript flat file
Portable Document Format (PDF) file (with links)
Hypertext files (HTML v3.2)
This document can be found in the donwload section of the
sourceforge Doodle site:
You can also browse directly the online version of the latest
reference manual, jump here.
I have plans to write a step-by-step tutorial. The idea is to
choose a model and follow up the creation of its diagrams. The model
is not yet chosen so if you want to get involved in this task you can
contact me (jgout).
I need also Doodle beginners feedbacks to make this tutorial more
useful and more accessible.
This project is hosted by Sourceforge, you can get more information
on open source projects hosting to the sourceforge homepage: