Dear Roman Lygin,
I think all on this forum agree that you're blog is a very welcome addition, again, thanks for your efforts. Romain, as a newcomer to OCC, ( pythonocc, the python wrapped version developed by Thomas Paviot ) what is still pretty hard to understand is how one constructs associative operations. Simple example: if you subtract a sphere from a box, and move the sphere a little, what is the best idiom that the boolean operation should update? The same goes for a bunch of curves; what is the right idiom that the surface build from these input curves updates?
If you would be so kind to consider elaborating on this, that would be _much_ appreciated!
Many thanks in advance,