@mathr ++ it should not be so complex to configure httrack...

script running on a complex rig: locking on axis helps a lot to break fingers, but it's far from continuous: quite a lot of unexplicable jumps...

@mathr ok, cool, thanks for the link i have a tendency to brute force -> goal is to create a static version of my websites, and

ahhhh, long time i didn't do a bit of web-development - compared to c++, it's a hell more complex to setup the dev environment...
(the mini laptop on the left is the server, running a mx linux)

@xuv it's also that this is a script, meaning relatively easy conversion to :)

@xuv if you remember this image, straigt skeleton can be used to generate houses depending on roads around them, as the faces of a house are generally parallel to streets

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