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On 31/07/2012 at 13:13, xxxxxxxx wrote:
> Nik, set Priority late Generators, didn't we agree on that before
Oh man, you're right, Lennart. Ha! Really forgot about that. Thank you, once again.
Guess I wasn't really concentrated on my previous answer, sorry. To come back to your original question:
> In Py, is a undeformed Point/Polygon Object supposed to generate a Cache? _
No, I'm very very very sure it is not. What object do you expect? It could actually only return itself on ~.GetCache() , but that would go on recursively, then. It only needs to create a new polygon-object internally as it differs from it's state before deformation, but without changes, there is no reason to create a new object that is used as "cache". (Was that actually clear? I'm a little tired, lol..)