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csSubRectangles::SubRect Class Reference

Sub-rectangle. More...

#include <csgeom/subrec.h>

List of all members.

Protected Types

enum  AllocPos
enum  SplitType
typedef csBlockAllocator<
SubRect
SubRectAlloc

Protected Member Functions

SubRectAlloc (int w, int h, const AllocInfo &ai, csRect &r)
 Do the actual allocation.
void DecideBestSplit (const csRect &rect, int splitX, int splitY, SubRect::SplitType &splitType)
 Decide whether a H or V split is better.
void Reclaim ()
 De-allocate.
void TestAlloc (int w, int h, AllocInfo &ai)
 searches for the "ideal" position of a rectangle
void TestCollapse ()
 Test whether both children are empty.

Protected Attributes

csRect allocedRect
SubRectchildren [2]
SubRectparent
csRect rect
int splitPos
SplitType splitType
csSubRectanglessuperrect

Friends

struct AllocInfo
class csBlockAllocator< SubRect >
class csSubRectangles

Classes

struct  AllocInfo


Detailed Description

Sub-rectangle.

Definition at line 48 of file subrec.h.


Member Function Documentation

SubRect* csSubRectangles::SubRect::Alloc ( int  w,
int  h,
const AllocInfo ai,
csRect r 
) [protected]

Do the actual allocation.

void csSubRectangles::SubRect::DecideBestSplit ( const csRect rect,
int  splitX,
int  splitY,
SubRect::SplitType splitType 
) [protected]

Decide whether a H or V split is better.

The better split is the one where the bigger chunk results.

void csSubRectangles::SubRect::Reclaim (  )  [protected]

De-allocate.

void csSubRectangles::SubRect::TestAlloc ( int  w,
int  h,
AllocInfo ai 
) [protected]

searches for the "ideal" position of a rectangle

void csSubRectangles::SubRect::TestCollapse (  )  [protected]

Test whether both children are empty.


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