daveinengland at gmail.com
Sun Jan 24 01:37:54 EST 2010
I'm actually looking for the edges. I'm writing a convex hull SOP. After I
delete the polys that my current point can see, I need to make the triangles
from the horizon edges back to my current point. I'm using a loop through
all the edges of all the polys now and testing how many faces share the
edge. If it's only 1, it's a boundary. But that is very slow.
On Sat, Jan 23, 2010 at 5:34 PM, Sebastian H. Schmidt <
sebastian.h.schmidt at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> do you want the edges or do you want basicaly the result of a divide sop
> does when you tick remove shared edges ?
> if you need the divide-sop thingy you can do this here:
> GU_Detail *myFillGDP = new GU_Detail(mygdp)
> GQ_Detail *myFillGQP = new GQ_Detail(myFillGDP);
> you might have to reverse the normals with
> but than you can merge it back together and do a fuse with a function
> if you realy need the edges, ... sorry havent used that yet ;)
> On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 12:55 AM, David Johnson <daveinengland at gmail.com
> > Can anyone explain how to use the GEO_Closure class?
> > I'm trying to find an ordered list of the edges of the polygons that are
> > the border of some geometry. Like if you take a polygon sphere and delete
> > one of the polygons, I'd like to be able to find the edges of the hole
> > is left. How can I do this? I'm trying to do it in the hdk, using
> > Would the GEO_Closure be able to help with this? Or can anyone else
> > how to do this in an efficient manner?
> > I also sent this to support, but just in case someone is trolling the
> > mailing list this weekend and has an idea, I'd appreciate some info.
> > Dave
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