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CGAL 4.12.1 - 2D Arrangements
CGAL::Arr_face_overlay_traits< Arr_A, Arr_B, Arr_R, OvlFaceData > Class Template Reference

#include <CGAL/Arr_default_overlay_traits.h>


An instance of Arr_face_overlay_traits should be used for overlaying two arrangements of types Arr_A and Arr_B, which are instantiated using the same geometric traits-class and with the Dcel classes Dcel_A and Dcel_B respectively, in order to store their overlay in an arrangement of type Arr_R, which is instantiated using a third Dcel class Dcel_R.

All three Dcel classes are assumed to be instantiations of the Arr_face_extended_dcel template with types FaceData_A, FaceData_B and FaceData_R, respectively.

This class gives empty implementation for all overlay traits-class functions, except the function that computes the overlay of two faces. In this case, it uses the functor OvlFaceData, which accepts a FaceData_A object and a FaceData_B object and computes a corresponding FaceData_R object, in order to set the auxiliary data of the overlay face.

Is Model Of:
See also
Arrangement_on_surface_2/face_extension_overlay.cpp, and Arrangement_on_surface_2/overlay_unbounded.cpp.