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wxGraphicsPath(3erl) | Erlang Module Definition | wxGraphicsPath(3erl) |

# NAME¶

wxGraphicsPath - Functions for wxGraphicsPath class

# DESCRIPTION¶

A *wxGraphicsPath* is a native representation of a geometric
path. The contents are specific and private to the respective renderer.
Instances are reference counted and can therefore be assigned as usual. The
only way to get a valid instance is by using
*wxGraphicsContext:createPath/1* or
*wxGraphicsRenderer:createPath/1*.

This class is derived (and can use functions) from:
*wxGraphicsObject*

wxWidgets docs: wxGraphicsPath

# DATA TYPES¶

wxGraphicsPath()= wx:wx_object()

# EXPORTS¶

moveToPoint(This, P) -> ok

Types:

P = {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

Begins a new subpath at *p*.

moveToPoint(This, X, Y) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = number()

Begins a new subpath at (*x*,*y*).

addArc(This, C, R, StartAngle, EndAngle, Clockwise) -> ok

Types:

C = {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

R = StartAngle = EndAngle = number()

Clockwise = boolean()

addArc(This, X, Y, R, StartAngle, EndAngle, Clockwise) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = R = StartAngle = EndAngle = number()

Clockwise = boolean()

Adds an arc of a circle.

The circle is defined by the coordinates of its centre (*x*,
*y*) or *c* and its radius *r*. The arc goes from the
starting angle *startAngle* to *endAngle* either clockwise or
counter-clockwise depending on the value of *clockwise* argument.

The angles are measured in radians but, contrary to the usual
mathematical convention, are always *clockwise* from the horizontal
axis.

If for clockwise arc *endAngle* is less than
*startAngle* it will be progressively increased by 2*pi until it is
greater than *startAngle*. If for counter-clockwise arc *endAngle*
is greater than *startAngle* it will be progressively decreased by 2*pi
until it is less than *startAngle*.

If there is a current point set, an initial line segment will be added to the path to connect the current point to the beginning of the arc.

addArcToPoint(This, X1, Y1, X2, Y2, R) -> ok

Types:

X1 = Y1 = X2 = Y2 = R = number()

Adds an arc (of a circle with radius *r*) that is tangent to
the line connecting current point and (*x1*, *y1*) and to the line
connecting (*x1*, *y1*) and (*x2*, *y2*).

If the current point and the starting point of the arc are
different, a straight line connecting these points is also appended. If
there is no current point before the call to *addArcToPoint/6* this
function will behave as if preceded by a call to MoveToPoint(0, 0). After
this call the current point will be at the ending point of the arc.

addCircle(This, X, Y, R) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = R = number()

Appends a circle around (*x*,*y*) with radius *r*
as a new closed subpath.

After this call the current point will be at (x+*r*,
*y*).

addCurveToPoint(This, C1, C2, E) -> ok

Types:

C1 = C2 = E = {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

Adds a cubic bezier curve from the current point, using two control points and an end point.

If there is no current point before the call to
*addCurveToPoint/7* this function will behave as if preceded by a call
to MoveToPoint(*c1*).

addCurveToPoint(This, Cx1, Cy1, Cx2, Cy2, X, Y) -> ok

Types:

Cx1 = Cy1 = Cx2 = Cy2 = X = Y = number()

Adds a cubic bezier curve from the current point, using two control points and an end point.

If there is no current point before the call to
*addCurveToPoint/7* this function will behave as if preceded by a call
to MoveToPoint(*cx1*, *cy1*).

addEllipse(This, X, Y, W, H) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = W = H = number()

Appends an ellipse fitting into the passed in rectangle as a new closed subpath.

After this call the current point will be at (x+*w*,
y+*h/2*).

addLineToPoint(This, P) -> ok

Types:

P = {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

Adds a straight line from the current point to *p*.

If current point is not yet set before the call to
*addLineToPoint/3* this function will behave as
*moveToPoint/3*.

addLineToPoint(This, X, Y) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = number()

Adds a straight line from the current point to
(*x*,*y*).

If current point is not yet set before the call to
*addLineToPoint/3* this function will behave as
*moveToPoint/3*.

addPath(This, Path) -> ok

Types:

Adds another path onto the current path.

After this call the current point will be at the added path's current point. For Direct2D the path being appended shouldn't contain a started non-empty subpath when this function is called.

addQuadCurveToPoint(This, Cx, Cy, X, Y) -> ok

Types:

Cx = Cy = X = Y = number()

Adds a quadratic bezier curve from the current point, using a control point and an end point.

If there is no current point before the call to
*addQuadCurveToPoint/5* this function will behave as if preceded by a
call to MoveToPoint(*cx*, *cy*).

addRectangle(This, X, Y, W, H) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = W = H = number()

Appends a rectangle as a new closed subpath.

After this call the current point will be at (*x*,
*y*).

addRoundedRectangle(This, X, Y, W, H, Radius) -> ok

Types:

X = Y = W = H = Radius = number()

Appends a rounded rectangle as a new closed subpath.

If *radius* equals 0 this function will behave as
*addRectangle/5*, otherwise after this call the current point will be
at (x+*w*, y+*h/2*).

closeSubpath(This) -> ok

Types:

Closes the current sub-path.

After this call the current point will be at the joined endpoint of the sub-path.

contains(This, C) -> boolean()

Types:

C = {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

contains(This, X, Y) -> boolean()

contains(This, C, Y :: [Option]) -> boolean()

Types:

C = {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

Option = {fillStyle, wx:wx_enum()}

Return: true if the point is within the path.

contains(This, X, Y, Options :: [Option]) -> boolean()

Types:

X = Y = number()

Option = {fillStyle, wx:wx_enum()}

Return: true if the point is within the path.

getBox(This) ->

{X :: float(), Y :: float(), W :: float(), H :: float()}

Types:

Gets the bounding box enclosing all points (possibly including control points).

getCurrentPoint(This) -> {X :: float(), Y :: float()}

Types:

Gets the last point of the current path, (0,0) if not yet set.

transform(This, Matrix) -> ok

Types:

Matrix = wxGraphicsMatrix:wxGraphicsMatrix()

Transforms each point of this path by the matrix.

For Direct2D the current path shouldn't contain a started non-empty subpath when this function is called.

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