I’m not sure I am doing this correctly so I thought I would ask here.
Using RhinoPython, I have a list of lines and arcs. I convert to nurbs curves and combine for one list. I then join them together with Rhino.Geometry.Curve.JoinCurves. It works, I think, and it returns an array of curves:
def getShape(self): curveList =  for line in self.lineList: curveList.append(line.ToNurbsCurve()) for arc in self.arcList: curveList.append(arc.ToNurbsCurve()) joinedCurves = Rhino.Geometry.Curve.JoinCurves(curveList) return joinedCurves
The only way I could find to add the array of curves to the document is to step through array and scriptcontext.doc.Objects.AddCurve(curve) for each one. Somehow, the result is a single joined curve in the viewport.
The next thing I need to do is transform this curve, but I can’t figure out how to apply a transform to the returned array of curves. I am working around it now by transforming each curve as I add it to the document, but that doesn’t seem like the best way to go about it.
shapeCurve = shape.getShape() for curve in shapeCurve: curve.Transform(moveXform) curve.Transform(mirrorXform) curve.Transform(rotationXform) sc.doc.Objects.AddCurve(curve)
So my question is, after the joining, how do I manipulate the joined curve? How does the document know the array of curves is supposed to be joined? I think if I knew that I could answer the first question.