# Yonaba/delaunay

Delaunay triangulation for convex polygon
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# Delaunay

delaunay is a Lua module for delaunay triangulation of a convex polygon.

###Git

``````git clone http://github.com/Yonaba/delaunay.git
``````

###Archive

###LuaRocks

``````luarocks install delaunay
``````

###MoonRocks

``````luarocks install --server=http://rocks.moonscript.org/manifests/Yonaba delaunay
``````

##Installation Copy the file delaunay.lua inside your project folder, call it with require function. It will return the `Delaunay` module, keeping safe the global environment.

##Usage

The module provides 3 classes:

• `Point`
• `Edge`
• `Triangle`

It also provides a single function named `triangulate`. This function accepts a variable list (vararg `...`) of instances of class `Point`. Assuming those points are the vertices of a convex polygon, it returns a table of instances of the class `Triangle` forming a Delaunay triangulation of the given polygon.

A basic code example:

```local Delaunay = require 'Delaunay'
local Point    = Delaunay.Point

-- Creating 10 random points
local points = {}
for i = 1, 10 do
points[i] = Point(math.random() * 100, math.random() * 100)
end

-- Triangulating de convex polygon made by those points
local triangles = Delaunay.triangulate(unpack(points))

-- Printing the results
for i, triangle in ipairs(triangles) do
print(triangle)
end```

See the documentation for more details.

##Testing ###Specification

This repository include unit tests. You can run them using Telescope with the following command from the root foolder:

``````lua tsc -f specs/*
``````

###Performance

You can run the random performance tests included with the following command from the root folder:

`lua performance/bench.lua`

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