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aims::MniObjFormat Class Reference

#include <aims/io/baseFormats_mesh.h>

Inheritance diagram for aims::MniObjFormat:
Collaboration diagram for aims::MniObjFormat:

Public Member Functions

virtual ~MniObjFormat ()
 
virtual bool read (const std::string &filename, AimsTimeSurface< 3, Void > &obj, const carto::AllocatorContext &context, carto::Object options)
 
virtual bool write (const std::string &filename, const AimsTimeSurface< 3, Void > &vol, carto::Object options=carto::none())
 the base class has a default implementation which only returns false so if your new format only supports read operations, you won't have to bother about the write() function More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from aims::FileFormat< AimsTimeSurface< 3, Void > >
virtual ~FileFormat ()
 
virtual AimsTimeSurface
< 3, Void > * 
read (const std::string &filename, const carto::AllocatorContext &context, carto::Object options)
 Creates an object and reads it. More...
 

Detailed Description

Definition at line 110 of file baseFormats_mesh.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

virtual aims::MniObjFormat::~MniObjFormat ( )
virtual

Member Function Documentation

virtual bool aims::MniObjFormat::read ( const std::string &  filename,
AimsTimeSurface< 3, Void > &  obj,
const carto::AllocatorContext &  context,
carto::Object  options 
)
virtual
virtual bool aims::MniObjFormat::write ( const std::string &  ,
const AimsTimeSurface< 3, Void > &  ,
carto::Object  options = carto::none() 
)
virtual

the base class has a default implementation which only returns false so if your new format only supports read operations, you won't have to bother about the write() function

Reimplemented from aims::FileFormat< AimsTimeSurface< 3, Void > >.


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