ghPythonRecursiveCurveSplit.gh (6.9 KB) I have a python script component that recursively splits a curve until the resulting curve segments are below a minimum limit. I am so close but am not sure how to take the final step. What I have now keeps all line segments. What I want is to only keep the last segments of each recursion, if that makes sense.
Normalize the Curve.Domain to 0 to 1.0.
Split an curve at a given parameter.
For each of the resulting curves,
if each is longer than the minimum,
remove the curve from the list and split it at the parameter.
add results to list of curves to be split
if each is shorter than the minimum, add them to the final result and do not add them to the list to be split.
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs import Rhino.Geometry as rg import ghpythonlib.treehelpers as th def splitCurveByRatio(Curve,Ratio, Limit, outputCurves): crv = rs.coercecurve(Curve,1) if crv in outputCurves: print("Removing") outputCurves.remove(crv) crv.Domain = rg.Interval(0.0, 1.0) cL = rs.CurveLength(crv) newCrvs = rs.SplitCurve(crv, Ratio, delete_input=False) #print splitCurves if newCrvs: for i in newCrvs: if rs.CurveLength(i) >= Limit: #print rs.CurveLength(i) outputCurves.append(i) splitCurveByRatio(i, Ratio, Limit, outputCurves) else: return if r > 1.0: r = 1.0/r outputList =  splitCurveByRatio(C,r,L,outputList)