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SkeletonObjectData Class Reference

Data object attached to the skeleton. More...

#include <ObjectTypes/Skeleton/SkeletonObjectData.hh>

Inheritance diagram for SkeletonObjectData:

Public Member Functions

 SkeletonObjectData (const SkeletonObjectData &_copy)
PerObjectDatacopyPerObjectData ()
 Copy Function. More...
int skin (unsigned int _index)
 Get the skin with given index (0 <= _index < skinCount())
unsigned int skinCount ()
 Get the number of associated skins.
void addSkin (int _objectId)
 Add a skin to the skeleton.
void removeSkin (int _objectId)
 Remove a skin from the skeleton.
void clearSkins ()
 Remove all skins from the skeleton.
- Public Member Functions inherited from PerObjectData
 PerObjectData ()
 You have to provide your own constructor for your object.

Private Attributes

std::vector< int > skins_

Detailed Description

Data object attached to the skeleton.

It stores the object ids of skins attached to this skeleton

Definition at line 63 of file SkeletonObjectData.hh.

Member Function Documentation

PerObjectData* SkeletonObjectData::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 79 of file SkeletonObjectData.hh.

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