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CGAL 4.14 - CGAL and the Qt Graphics View Framework
CGAL::Qt::GraphicsViewPolylineInput< K > Class Template Reference

#include <CGAL/Qt/GraphicsViewPolylineInput.h>

Inherits from



An object of type GraphicsViewPolylineInput creates a list of points.

A new vertex is inserted every time the left mouse button is pressed. The list of points is emitted on a right click or when the number of points specified in the constructor is reached. You can use the 'Del' or 'Backspace' key if you want to remove your last entered point in the polygon, and the 'Esc' key if you want to remove all points.

The tool can serve at the same time for entering a single point, a polyline with a given number of points, and for open as well as closed polylines.

For polylines the segment between the last entered point and the current mouse position is only drawn correctly when mouse tracking is enabled in the graphics view. The same holds for closed polygons.

Template Parameters
Kmust be a model of Kernel.


 GraphicsViewPolylineInput (QObject *p, QGraphicsScene *s, int n=0, bool closed=true)


void generate (CGAL::Object o)
 The object o contains a std:list<K::Point_2>.

Additional Inherited Members

- Public Member Functions inherited from CGAL::Qt::GraphicsViewInput
void generate (Object)
 A signal that emits a CGAL::Object.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ GraphicsViewPolylineInput()

template<typename K >
CGAL::Qt::GraphicsViewPolylineInput< K >::GraphicsViewPolylineInput ( QObject *  p,
QGraphicsScene *  s,
int  n = 0,
bool  closed = true 
pis a parent object.
sis the scene where the polyline is generated.
nis the number of points of the polyline to be generated. If n = 0, that is the default value, the number of points of the polyline is not limited.
closeddetermines if a closed polygon is drawn during the input.