Subject: Re: [geometry] Finding a boost::equal simplified polygon
From: Barend Gehrels (barend_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-10-23 11:53:36
Claus Christmann wrote On 23-10-2013 17:37:
> Hi Barend
> On Wednesday, October 23, 2013 17:16:34 Barend Gehrels wrote:
>> There is a "remove_spikes" in the extensions which did not always work.
>> By chance I recently created a new version, intended for the main trunk
>> (so not an extension). But it still has to be committed, I will do that
>> this week.
> Wow, that is what I call "luck" :) Looking forward to the commit.
>> By the way, if you compute the area to do the "equals", removing spikes
>> is not necessary... But area-computation is not really sufficient to do
> I think (!) I know/understand that, but I can get away with a lot of cheating
> as the defunct rings are created from a set of lines (they represent the faces
> of a graph), and as such I know that any area that is roughly zero indicates a
> Thanks for the quick feedback and thanks for the soon-to-happen commit.
> PS: Would that commit by any chance maybe also include your distance_info
> function? Adam Wulkiewicz wrote on 9/30/13 that you might have that somewhere
> in the making...
Oh yes, I was on holiday then.
That one has to be committed too, but it is not yet (completely) ready.
But it can be committed anyway. Thanks for remembering me, it is on my
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