[geos-devel] Gsoc 2013
hi.vishal123 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 4 04:32:56 PDT 2013
Here is the structure of classes that is required by the *
VoronoiDiagramBuilder* class: (The ones in *bold* needs to be ported)
2. Geometry Factor
- Methods required for *VoronoiDigramBuilder*:
Plz let me know if i am missing some method or class which is required
Is it me or its very few work for a Gsoc Project?
On 3 April 2013 13:07, Sandro Santilli <strk at keybit.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 02, 2013 at 11:29:58PM +0530, vishal tiwari wrote:
> > Hey,
> > I have some doubts. I see that there is only one class that is,
> > VoronoiDiagramBuilder that is required for the voronoi class. And what is
> > the purpose of the other class, as i don't see them inside the code of
> > VoronoiDiagramBuilder class. The classes that is needed in
> > VoronoiDiagramBuilder class are already ported. I think the rest of the
> > class correspond to Conforming Delauny triangulation. So i need to know
> > what all needs to be ported as the part of the gsoc project?
> Only VoronoiDiagramBuilder and the classes it needs are required for the
> > Today i was trying to port the VoronoiDiagramBuilder.java class. and
> > porting i noticed that a method
> > is of type "void".
> > But the corresponding method in DelaunayTriangulationBuilder.java in JTS
> > returns a CoordinateList. I want to know is it some error, or i am going
> > wrong?
> Nothing wrong, in GEOS the porter decided to take the CoordinateList as
> an input/output parameter. You'll have to keep this in mind while porting
> the rest of the code. If you _need_ a copy you can make one from the
> > I made the VoronoiDiagramBuilder.h file, was thinking if you could just
> > give it a look(attached to the mail). I have written some part of the
> > file as well, before i got suck in the problem.
> Prefer taking parameters by reference rather than pointer, unless you have
> a clear semantic for accepting a NULL value. Also add const modifiers when
> possible. It'll save a lot of future work.
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