[Sorry, this is probably not the most appropriate group for this question.]
I’m having difficulty reproducing the intoductory example of the VoronoiDelaunay documentation.
using VoronoiDelaunay tess = DelaunayTessellation() push!(tess, Point(1.5, 1.5))
works fine, but
width = max_coord - min_coord a= Point2D[Point(min_coord+rand()*width, min_coord+rand()*width) for i in 1:10] push!(tess, a)
sends the CPU into a tailspin. (Edit: note that I’m only adding 10 points.)
julia> Pkg.installed("VoronoiDelaunay") v"0.2.0"
julia> versioninfo() Julia Version 0.6.0 Commit 9036443 (2017-06-19 13:05 UTC) :
Could anybody help / explain?
Also, the package seems to be 64 bit-specific Earlier I tried installing on a 32 bit-machine and IIRC the function quadrants() failed.