[Pharo-dev] Athens Re: TxText model

Nicolai Hess nicolaihess at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 06:16:39 EDT 2016


2016-04-07 11:52 GMT+02:00 Aliaksei Syrel <alex.syrel at gmail.com>:

>
> On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 11:15 AM, Igor Stasenko <siguctua at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> That may, indeed make accessing such properties like clipRect impossible
>> to get, since clipped area cannot be represented by a simple rectangle
>> anymore.
>> But then you could, perhaps instead provide a protocol to tell if given
>> point/bounds/shape is fully outside currently clipped region(s) or not.
>> And thus, you don't have to worry about cliprect anymore.
>>
>
> In Sparta I use cairo_clip_extents to get current clip rect in local
> coordinates. Together with cairo_path_extents, implementation of
> AthensCanvas#>>#isVisible: becomes trivial even for arbitrary path (+
> assuming that Rectangle is polymorphic with Path).
>

Do we need an AthensCanvas>>#isVisible:  ?


>
> Btw, for simple paths (circle, ellipse, text, rectangle) it is an overkill
> to ask cairo for path extent that is why it makes sense for optimisation to
> have subclasses of Path like EllipsePath, PolygonPath and calculate extent
> in Pharo. If user uses Factory than extent detection degrades to
> cairo_path_extents.
>

Even if it would not speed up extent calculations, I would prefer too, to
have EllipsePath, PolygonPath, ..., It is much more convenient to work with
explicit classes than to define everything with a Path, even
if everything is just a Path :-)



>
> So, in Sparta (now it is still BlPath) there is Path>>#bounds that by
> default uses cairo_path_extents, still allowing user to override it and
> implement optimised Pharo version :)
>
> Cheers,
> Alex
>
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