Today the ODA announced the release of version 3.3 of the now rebranded Teigha platform. This follows a settlement with Autodesk whereby the ODA stops using DWG in its products and branding and relinquishes its right to its DWG related trademarks. Personally, I feel “DWGdirect” sounded much better than “Teigha for .dwg files”. But considering the bigger picture, I believe that it is a good thing that the ODA is moving away from DWG, at least in terms of its branding.
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