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#include "GU_API.h"
#include <GA/GA_Handle.h>
#include <GA/GA_Types.h>
#include <UT/UT_VectorTypes.h>
#include <stddef.h>
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Macros  
#define  __GU_SubDivCurve__ 
Functions  
GA_Size GU_API  GUcountOpenPolys (const GA_Detail &detail, const GA_PrimitiveGroup *group=NULL) 
Returns the number of open polygons in the given detail. More...  
GA_Size GU_API  GUsubdivideCurves (GA_Detail &dest, const GA_Detail &src, int segmentsperedge, bool treatasindependent=false, const GA_PrimitiveGroup *srcgroup=NULL) 
template<typename T >  
void  GUevaluateCubicCurve (const GEO_Face &face, float u, T &val, const GA_ROHandleT< T > &attrib, const UT_Matrix4 *midbasis=NULL, const UT_Matrix4 *firstbasis=NULL, int component=0) 
template<typename T >  
void  GUevaluateCubicCurve (const GEO_Face &face, float startu, float endu, exint nus, T *vals, const GA_ROHandleT< T > &attrib, const UT_Matrix4 *midbasis=NULL, const UT_Matrix4 *firstbasis=NULL, int component=1) 
template<typename T >  
void  GUevaluateCubicCurve (const GEO_Face &face, const float *us, exint nus, T *vals, const GA_ROHandleT< T > &attrib, const UT_Matrix4 *midbasis=NULL, const UT_Matrix4 *firstbasis=NULL, int component=1) 
template<typename T >  
void  GUinterpolateCurveAsSubD (const GEO_Face &face, const GA_RWHandleT< T > &attrib, int component=1) 
template<typename ARRAY , typename T >  
void  GUinterpolateCurveAsSubD (const ARRAY &offsets, GA_AttributeOwner offsetowner, const GA_RWHandleT< T > &attrib, int component=1, bool closed=false) 
#define __GU_SubDivCurve__ 
Definition at line 15 of file GU_SubDivCurve.h.
GA_Size GU_API GUcountOpenPolys  (  const GA_Detail &  detail, 
const GA_PrimitiveGroup *  group = NULL 

) 
Returns the number of open polygons in the given detail.
void GUevaluateCubicCurve  (  const GEO_Face &  face, 
float  u,  
T &  val,  
const GA_ROHandleT< T > &  attrib,  
const UT_Matrix4 *  midbasis = NULL , 

const UT_Matrix4 *  firstbasis = NULL , 

int  component = 0 

) 
Evaluates this curve (or face boundary if closed) as the specified cubic spline at u (in [0,1]).
If midbasis and startbasis are not specified, the bases for subdivision curves will be used. Column 0 of midbasis is the unit coefficients for p[1],p[0],p[1],p[2]. Column 1 is the t coefficients; column 2 is the t^2 coefficients, and column 3 is the t^3 coefficients. firstbasis is only used if the face is open and has rows in the order p[0],p[1],p[2],p[3] for the first edge, and is used in reverse for the last edge.
attrib can have any owner, including primitive and detail, in which case the value is constant. Otherwise, if this face has no vertices, the output will be zeroed. If it has one vertex, the value will be copied. If it has two vertices, the values will be lerped. If it has 3 vertices and firstbasis has a nonzero row 3, the quadratic interpolating basis will be used (this may change).
This is instantiated for fpreal16, fpreal32, fpreal64, and the corresponding UT_Vector2T, UT_Vector3T, UT_Vector4T, UT_Matrix2T, UT_Matrix3T, and UT_Matrix4T types.
If T is a scalar type and component=1, all components of the attribute will be evaluated into vals, instead of just one, so make sure it's large enough. In the version that takes a T&val, only the specified component is evaluated into val.
void GUevaluateCubicCurve  (  const GEO_Face &  face, 
float  startu,  
float  endu,  
exint  nus,  
T *  vals,  
const GA_ROHandleT< T > &  attrib,  
const UT_Matrix4 *  midbasis = NULL , 

const UT_Matrix4 *  firstbasis = NULL , 

int  component = 1 

) 
Evaluates this curve (or face boundary if closed) as the specified cubic spline at u (in [0,1]).
If midbasis and startbasis are not specified, the bases for subdivision curves will be used. Column 0 of midbasis is the unit coefficients for p[1],p[0],p[1],p[2]. Column 1 is the t coefficients; column 2 is the t^2 coefficients, and column 3 is the t^3 coefficients. firstbasis is only used if the face is open and has rows in the order p[0],p[1],p[2],p[3] for the first edge, and is used in reverse for the last edge.
attrib can have any owner, including primitive and detail, in which case the value is constant. Otherwise, if this face has no vertices, the output will be zeroed. If it has one vertex, the value will be copied. If it has two vertices, the values will be lerped. If it has 3 vertices and firstbasis has a nonzero row 3, the quadratic interpolating basis will be used (this may change).
This is instantiated for fpreal16, fpreal32, fpreal64, and the corresponding UT_Vector2T, UT_Vector3T, UT_Vector4T, UT_Matrix2T, UT_Matrix3T, and UT_Matrix4T types.
If T is a scalar type and component=1, all components of the attribute will be evaluated into vals, instead of just one, so make sure it's large enough. In the version that takes a T&val, only the specified component is evaluated into val.
void GUevaluateCubicCurve  (  const GEO_Face &  face, 
const float *  us,  
exint  nus,  
T *  vals,  
const GA_ROHandleT< T > &  attrib,  
const UT_Matrix4 *  midbasis = NULL , 

const UT_Matrix4 *  firstbasis = NULL , 

int  component = 1 

) 
Evaluates this curve (or face boundary if closed) as the specified cubic spline at u (in [0,1]).
If midbasis and startbasis are not specified, the bases for subdivision curves will be used. Column 0 of midbasis is the unit coefficients for p[1],p[0],p[1],p[2]. Column 1 is the t coefficients; column 2 is the t^2 coefficients, and column 3 is the t^3 coefficients. firstbasis is only used if the face is open and has rows in the order p[0],p[1],p[2],p[3] for the first edge, and is used in reverse for the last edge.
attrib can have any owner, including primitive and detail, in which case the value is constant. Otherwise, if this face has no vertices, the output will be zeroed. If it has one vertex, the value will be copied. If it has two vertices, the values will be lerped. If it has 3 vertices and firstbasis has a nonzero row 3, the quadratic interpolating basis will be used (this may change).
This is instantiated for fpreal16, fpreal32, fpreal64, and the corresponding UT_Vector2T, UT_Vector3T, UT_Vector4T, UT_Matrix2T, UT_Matrix3T, and UT_Matrix4T types.
If T is a scalar type and component=1, all components of the attribute will be evaluated into vals, instead of just one, so make sure it's large enough. In the version that takes a T&val, only the specified component is evaluated into val.
void GUinterpolateCurveAsSubD  (  const GEO_Face &  face, 
const GA_RWHandleT< T > &  attrib,  
int  component = 1 

) 
This moves the values of the given attribute such that if this polygon were subdivided as a subdivision curve, the limit curve would interpolate the starting values. In a sense, this "undoes" the subdivision so that it can be done later to produce the same result.
If T is a scalar type and component=1, all components of the attribute will be evaluated into vals, instead of just one, so make sure it's large enough.
void GUinterpolateCurveAsSubD  (  const ARRAY &  offsets, 
GA_AttributeOwner  offsetowner,  
const GA_RWHandleT< T > &  attrib,  
int  component = 1 , 

bool  closed = false 

) 
This moves the values of the given attribute such that if this polygon were subdivided as a subdivision curve, the limit curve would interpolate the starting values. In a sense, this "undoes" the subdivision so that it can be done later to produce the same result.
If T is a scalar type and component=1, all components of the attribute will be evaluated into vals, instead of just one, so make sure it's large enough.
GA_Size GU_API GUsubdivideCurves  (  GA_Detail &  dest, 
const GA_Detail &  src,  
int  segmentsperedge,  
bool  treatasindependent = false , 

const GA_PrimitiveGroup *  srcgroup = NULL 

) 
Creates new polygon curves in dest from any curves in src (srcgroup if specified), that are subdivided levels times. If dest==src and treatasindependent is false, it will reuse any points that are used by primitives that are not being subdivided, to maintain equivalent connectivity. Curves with zero vertices or one vertex will be left untouched. Other points, vertices, and primitives will usually be new. Returns the number of polygon curves that were generated in dest. NOTE: The number of vertices generated is exponential in levels, not linear!