Subject: Re: [geometry] polygons with holes
From: jeffpoly (jfw1000_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-01-31 00:54:57
Thanks for your quick response.
>OK - that is also possible. Are all your rings open? If all are, you can
>use the polygon type for that (with "true" for the open template
>parameter). If some are, that is inconvenient, you better all close them
>then (you can use geometry::correct for that, which works on a ring,
>will close it and will turn it in clockwise order).
>Another possible problem: do your rings (the boundaries) intersect each
>other? If yes you cannot build a correct (multi)polygon of it.
Some of the ring are open, and some are close. For the open ring, it is not
easy to close, since the self-intersection may happen, also some open ring
do contact with some close ring.
>Yeah, this explanation might be still too short for your needs. I'll
>recheck this weekend if I happen to have a better example or create a
>bit more thorough explanation...
I do have other projects which may use this in the future, when you have
time, please give a detail example or explanation.
-- View this message in context: http://boost-geometry.203548.n3.nabble.com/polygons-with-holes-tp3690872p3702326.html Sent from the Boost Geometry mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
Geometry list run by mateusz at loskot.net