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wkb_visitor.h
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1#ifndef SQL_GIS_WKB_VISITOR_H_INCLUDED
2#define SQL_GIS_WKB_VISITOR_H_INCLUDED
3
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26#include "sql/dd/types/spatial_reference_system.h" // dd::Spatial_reference_system
28
29namespace gis {
30
31/// A visitor that serializes the geometry to little-endian WKB and appends it
32/// to a string.
33class Wkb_visitor : public Nop_visitor {
34 private:
35 /// Spatial reference system of the geometry.
37 /// The WKB string.
38 const char *m_wkb;
39 /// Size of the buffer allocated for the WKB string.
40 const size_t m_wkb_size;
41 /// The position of the next character to be added to the string.
43
44 public:
45 /// Construct a new WKB visitor.
46 ///
47 /// @param[in] srs The spatial reference system of the geometry.
48 /// @param[in] wkb The string to write the WKB to.
49 /// @param[in] wkb_size The length of the WKB string buffer.
51 size_t wkb_size)
52 : m_srs(srs),
53 m_wkb(wkb),
54 m_wkb_size(wkb_size),
56
58 bool visit_enter(Geometry *) override {
59 /* purecov: begin deadcode */
60 assert(false);
61 return true;
62 /* purecov: end */
63 }
64 bool visit_enter(Linestring *ls) override;
65 bool visit_enter(Polygon *py) override;
66 bool visit_enter(Geometrycollection *gc) override;
67
69 bool visit(Point *pt) override;
70};
71
72} // namespace gis
73
74#endif // SQL_GIS_WKB_VISITOR_H_INCLUDED
Definition: spatial_reference_system.h:52
Abstract superclass for all geometric objects.
Definition: geometries.h:99
A collection of geometries.
Definition: geometries.h:409
A string of connected line segments.
Definition: geometries.h:255
A visitor that implements the entire interface and does nothing.
Definition: geometry_visitor.h:121
bool visit_enter(Geometry *) override
Enters a compound geometry.
Definition: geometry_visitor.h:123
bool visit(Geometry *) override
Visits a geometry.
Definition: geometry_visitor.h:158
A 2d point.
Definition: geometries.h:149
A polygon consisting of an outer ring and zero or more interior rings defining holes in the polygon.
Definition: geometries.h:348
A visitor that serializes the geometry to little-endian WKB and appends it to a string.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:33
const dd::Spatial_reference_system * m_srs
Spatial reference system of the geometry.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:36
char * m_wkb_current_position
The position of the next character to be added to the string.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:42
bool visit_enter(Geometry *) override
Enters a compound geometry.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:58
Wkb_visitor(const dd::Spatial_reference_system *srs, char *wkb, size_t wkb_size)
Construct a new WKB visitor.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:50
const char * m_wkb
The WKB string.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:38
bool visit(Point *pt) override
Definition: wkb_visitor.cc:105
const size_t m_wkb_size
Size of the buffer allocated for the WKB string.
Definition: wkb_visitor.h:40
The geometries implement a hierarchical visitor pattern.
Definition: area.cc:46