Probably yes. Plastimatch has an ASCII format, but it does require that the point locations are sorted around the polygon. The ASCII format also requires 3D coordinates and a few other caveats. Please let give a bit more detail and I can give cleaner suggestion of the difficulty of marshalling over.
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Yes. Perhaps plm might better than your script, it implements the standard line-scan polygon fill algorithm. But there are always caveats as you know.
The plastimatch ASCII format has a specification, albeit bare-boned. The easiest way to understand how to marshall data would be to create a segmentation and then convert it using plastimatch with the --output-cxt option. The specification is below, but making an example will be easy and useful. Happy to help any questions!
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