1. 06 Mar, 2013 2 commits
    • Jason Davies's avatar
      Reuse Greiner–Hormann for 2D polygon clipping. · 600666e8
      Jason Davies authored
      Greiner–Hormann is preferable to Sutherland-Hodgman, because it doesn't
      add extraneous lines along the clip edge, and can even handle
      self-intersecting polygons.  The line segments are generated via the
      efficient Liang–Barsky line clipping algorithm, and Greiner–Hormann
      rejoins them appropriately along the clip edge.
      
      Still in progress: correct marking of whether an intersection is an
      entry or exit point, and detection of points that lie exactly on the
      clip edge, which should be jittered.
      600666e8
    • Mike Bostock's avatar
      Expose d3_geo_clipView as projection.clipExtent. · ddbdf2fb
      Mike Bostock authored
      Also, remove a ring.pop() from d3_geo_clipView's ringEnd that was causing
      missing vertices when testing against a map of U.S. counties. Just a guess!
      ddbdf2fb
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