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DecimaterInfo Class Reference
Inheritance diagram for DecimaterInfo:

Public Types


Public Member Functions

PerObjectDatacopyPerObjectData ()
 Copy Function. More...
void setDistanceConstraint (double _value)
void setNormalDeviationConstraint (int _value)
void setNormalFlippingConstraint ()
void setRoundnessConstraint (double _value)
void setAspectRatioConstraint (double _value)
void setEdgeLengthConstraint (double _value)
void setIndependentSetsConstraint ()
void setDecimationOrder (DecimationOrder _order)
void removeDistanceConstraint ()
void removeNormalDeviationConstraint ()
void removeNormalFlippingConstraint ()
void removeRoundnessConstraint ()
void removeAspectRatioConstraint ()
void removeEdgeLengthConstraint ()
void removeIndependentSetsConstraint ()
bool normalDeviation ()
bool normalFlipping ()
bool distance ()
bool roundness ()
bool aspectRatio ()
bool edgeLength ()
bool independentSets ()
int normalDeviationValue ()
double distanceValue ()
double edgeLengthValue ()
double aspectRatioValue ()
double roundnessValue ()
- Public Member Functions inherited from PerObjectData
 PerObjectData ()
 You have to provide your own constructor for your object.

Private Attributes

bool normalDeviation_
bool normalFlipping_
bool distance_
bool edgeLength_
bool aspectRatio_
bool roundness_
bool independentSets_
DecimationOrder decimationOrder_
int normalDeviation_value_
double distance_value_
double edgeLength_value_
double aspectRatio_value_
double roundness_value_

Detailed Description

Definition at line 53 of file DecimaterInfo.hh.

Member Function Documentation

PerObjectData * DecimaterInfo::copyPerObjectData ( )

Copy Function.

You have to reimplement this function to allow the core to create a copies of your Object. By default it will return 0;

The function has to create a deep copy of the object, as it will also be used to create backups. If you use pointer inside your class, remember to not copy the pointer only but also the data!

Reimplemented from PerObjectData.

Definition at line 71 of file

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