I’m currently developing a Grasshopper definition which grabs polylines from the Rhino document and builds Kangaroo2 goals from these. Some of these polylines represent bending glass fibre rods.
If I draw a closed polyline in Rhino this currently represent a periodic rod (see video). However, if I want to represent a rod that connects end-to-end, but IS NOT periodic, I’m now running into to the issue that a polylinecurve (or, polyline) does not seem to be able to be open (that is, when calling foo.IsClosed == False) AND have the same start and point.
A simple example is to draw an open polyline in Rhino and then snap the end point to the start point. It is now a closed curve.
Is there perhaps a workaround here? Alternatively I could have separate layers for periodic and and non-periodic rods, but I’d rather avoid that if possible.