Restructure modules in python bindings
Within the c++ core of
frackit, distribution of these functionalities over different folders seems justified, especially because the geometry folder is already quite full. In the Python bindings, however, it seems better to not have to write:
from frackit.geometry import Cylinder from frackit.magnitude import computeMagnitude cyl = Cylinder(0.5, 1.0) cylVol = computeMagnitude(cyl)
Since length/area/volume computation is an operation on geometries, within python I guess it is nicer to write:
from frackit.geometry import Cylinder, computeMagnitude cyl = Cylinder(0.5, 1.0) cylVol = computeMagnitude(cyl)
That is, the geometry module contains the functions on magnitude computation. The "drawback" is, that
computeMagnitude also works on wrappers around OpenCascade shapes, but these wrappers are not part of the
geometry module yet -> they are part of
intersection is currently also its own module.
The organization of the python modules should be rethought, either intersection stuff should also be moved to geometry, or
length, 'distance` etc should be collected in another module.