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Sipify QgsClipper
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m-kuhn committed Apr 2, 2017
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  1. +0 −1 python/auto_sip.blacklist
  2. +65 −42 python/core/qgsclipper.sip
  3. +16 −2 src/core/qgsclipper.h
@@ -7,7 +7,6 @@ core/qgsattributetableconfig.sip
core/qgsattributeeditorelement.sip
core/qgsbearingutils.sip
core/qgsbrowsermodel.sip
core/qgsclipper.sip
core/qgscolorramp.sip
core/qgscolorscheme.sip
core/qgscolorschemeregistry.sip
@@ -1,62 +1,85 @@
%Feature ARM
/************************************************************************
* This file has been generated automatically from *
* *
* src/core/qgsclipper.h *
* *
* Do not edit manually ! Edit header and run scripts/sipify.pl again *
************************************************************************/






%Feature ARM // Some parts are not available in sip bindings on ARM because of qreal double vs. float issues

class QgsClipper
{
%TypeHeaderCode
#include <qgsclipper.h>
%Docstring
A class to trim lines and polygons to within a rectangular region.
The functions in this class are likely to be called from within a
render loop and hence need to as CPU efficient as possible.
The main purpose of the functions in this class are to trim lines
and polygons to lie within a rectangular region. This is necessary
for drawing items to an X11 display which have a limit on the
magnitude of the screen coordinates (+/- 32768, i.e. 16 bit integer).
%End

%TypeHeaderCode
#include "qgsclipper.h"
%End
public:

// Coordinates of the rectangular box that we trim to.
//
// These are the limits for X11 screen coordinates. The actual
// values are +/-32767, but we allow a little bit of space for
// rounding errors.

// You may wonder why the clipping is done to these coordindates
// rather than the boundaries of the qgis canvas. Reasons include:
// - making the boundaries static const allows the compiler to
// optimise the code that uses these values more than if they changed
// for every call to the trim code.
// - clipping takes quite a bit of CPU effort, and the less that this is
// done the better. More stuff would have to be clipped if the
// boundaries were the qgis canvas (but this may be offset by
// having less to draw).
//
// The limit is set to 30,000 instead of 32768 because that things
// still go wrong.


static const double MAX_X;
static const double MIN_X;
static const double MAX_Y;
static const double MIN_Y;


//! A handy way to refer to the four boundaries
enum Boundary {XMax, XMin, YMax, YMin};

%If (!ARM)
/**
* Trims the given feature to a rectangular box. Returns the trimmed
* feature in x and y. The shapeOpen parameter determines whether
* the function treats the points as a closed shape (polygon), or as
* an open shape (linestring).
*
* @note not available in python bindings on android
*/
static void trimFeature( QVector<double>& x,
QVector<double>& y,
enum Boundary
{
XMax,
XMin,
YMax,
YMin
};

%If (!ARM) // Not available on ARM sip bindings because of qreal issues
static void trimFeature( QVector<double> &x,
QVector<double> &y,
bool shapeOpen );
%Docstring
Trims the given feature to a rectangular box. Returns the trimmed
feature in x and y. The shapeOpen parameter determines whether
the function treats the points as a closed shape (polygon), or as
an open shape (linestring).

.. note::

not available in python bindings on android
%End

static void trimPolygon( QPolygonF& pts, const QgsRectangle& clipRect );
%End
static void trimPolygon( QPolygonF &pts, const QgsRectangle &clipRect );

/** Takes a linestring and clips it to clipExtent
* @param curve the linestring
* @param clipExtent clipping bounds
* @return clipped line coordinates
*/
static QPolygonF clippedLine( const QgsCurve& curve, const QgsRectangle& clipExtent );
static QPolygonF clippedLine( const QgsCurve &curve, const QgsRectangle &clipExtent );
%Docstring
Takes a linestring and clips it to clipExtent
@param curve the linestring
@param clipExtent clipping bounds
@return clipped line coordinates
%End

};



/************************************************************************
* This file has been generated automatically from *
* *
* src/core/qgsclipper.h *
* *
* Do not edit manually ! Edit header and run scripts/sipify.pl again *
************************************************************************/
@@ -29,6 +29,9 @@

class QgsCurve;

SIP_FEATURE( ARM ) // Some parts are not available in sip bindings on ARM because of qreal double vs. float issues


/** \ingroup core
* A class to trim lines and polygons to within a rectangular region.
* The functions in this class are likely to be called from within a
@@ -38,7 +41,6 @@ class QgsCurve;
* for drawing items to an X11 display which have a limit on the
* magnitude of the screen coordinates (+/- 32768, i.e. 16 bit integer).
*/

class CORE_EXPORT QgsClipper
{
public:
@@ -69,7 +71,15 @@ class CORE_EXPORT QgsClipper


//! A handy way to refer to the four boundaries
enum Boundary {XMax, XMin, YMax, YMin};
enum Boundary
{
XMax,
XMin,
YMax,
YMin
};

SIP_IF_FEATURE( !ARM ) // Not available on ARM sip bindings because of qreal issues

/**
* Trims the given feature to a rectangular box. Returns the trimmed
@@ -83,6 +93,8 @@ class CORE_EXPORT QgsClipper
QVector<double> &y,
bool shapeOpen );

SIP_END

static void trimPolygon( QPolygonF &pts, const QgsRectangle &clipRect );

/** Takes a linestring and clips it to clipExtent
@@ -148,6 +160,7 @@ class CORE_EXPORT QgsClipper
static void clipEndLeft( double x0, double y0, double &x1, double &y1, double xMin );
};

#ifndef SIP_RUN
// The inline functions

// Trim the feature using Sutherland and Hodgman's
@@ -872,6 +885,7 @@ inline bool QgsClipper::clipLineSegment( double xLeft, double xRight, double yBo
return false;

}
#endif // SIP_RUN


#endif

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