SK class implements a general-purpose 2D "sketching" engine with dimensioning
and geometrical constraint solving.
Sketches define a set of elements and a set of relations between those
Elements are organized in a tree (the same structure is used to described group and leaf nodes). Each element in the graph is associated with a transformation matrix. The major sketch elements are points, lines and arcs, but other types can be added through a class registration interface.
Relations represent geometric constraints affecting points, lines, circles, segments and arcs. The following constraints are implemented:
The SK_View(3) widget is commonly used to display and edit SK objects.
The SK_New() function allocates, initializes, and attaches a SK object.
These functions multiply a node's transformation matrix
T with a translation, scaling or rotation matrix.
They are only aliases for
M_Matrix* functions, except that they accept a pointer to a node instead of a matrix.
void SK_Translatev (SK_Node *node, M_Vector3 v)
void SK_Translate2 (SK_Node *node, M_Real x, M_Real y)
void SK_Scalev (SK_Node *node, M_Vector3 v)
void SK_Rotatev (SK_Node *node, M_Real theta, M_Vector3 axis)
void SK_Rotatevd (SK_Node *node, M_Real degrees, M_Vector3 axis)
void SK_GetNodeTransform (void *node, M_Matrix44 *T)
The SK_Translate*() functions multiply T by a 2D translation matrix.
The SK_Scalev() function multiplies T by a 2D scaling matrix.
SK_Rotate*() multiply T by a 2D rotation matrix. Angles are given in radians, except for SK_Rotate*d() variants which accept angular arguments in degrees.
SK_Rotatev() generates a rotation of theta radians around axis. The SK_Rotate*() variants with the "d" suffix accept angles in degrees instead of radians.
The SK_GetNodeTransform() function returns a matrix which is the product of the transformation matrices of the given node and all of its parents.
|M_Matrix(3), M_Vector(3), SG_Intro(3), SK_View(3)|
|The SK engine first appeared in Agar 1.6.|