Deprecated functions list

ComponentPath &HPS::ComponentPath::Append(ComponentArray const &in_components)

Appends the supplied key into this object. Same as operator+= function.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use ComponentPath::PushBack instead.

Parameters

in_components – The ComponentArray to be appended to this.

Returns

A reference to this object.

ComponentPath &HPS::ComponentPath::Append(ComponentPath const &in_path)

Appends the supplied key into this object. Same as operator+= function.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use ComponentPath::PushBack instead.

Parameters

in_path – The ComponentPath to be appended to this.

Returns

A reference to this object.

ComponentPath &HPS::ComponentPath::Append(Component const &in_component)

Appends the supplied Component into this object. Same as operator+= function.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use ComponentPath::PushBack instead.

Parameters

in_component – The Component to be appended to this.

Returns

A reference to this object.

CullingControl &HPS::CullingControl::SetBackFace(bool in_state)

Controls whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled. This option can only be effective if a polygon handedness is defined.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use SetFace instead.

Parameters

in_state – Whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Returns

A reference to this object.

bool HPS::CullingControl::ShowBackFace(bool &out_state) const

Shows whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use ShowFace instead.

Parameters

out_state – Whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Returns

true if the setting is valid, false otherwise.

CullingControl &HPS::CullingControl::UnsetBackFace()

Removes the back face culling setting. If the control is attached to a WindowKey this function restores the default value of this setting as specified by CullingKit::GetDefault().

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use UnsetFace instead.

Returns

A reference to this object.

CullingKit &HPS::CullingKit::SetBackFace(bool in_state)

Controls whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use SetFace instead.

Parameters

in_state – Whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Returns

A reference to this object.

bool HPS::CullingKit::ShowBackFace(bool &out_state) const

Shows whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use ShowFace instead.

Parameters

out_state – Whether faces with normals that point away from the camera should be culled.

Returns

true if the setting is valid, false otherwise.

CullingKit &HPS::CullingKit::UnsetBackFace()

Removes the back face culling setting.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use SetFace instead.

Returns

A reference to this object.

ImportOptionsKit &HPS::Exchange::ImportOptionsKit::SetMultiProcessCount(unsigned int in_count)

Sets the number of processes to use when performing the import. This should be a value between 1 and the number of cores on your system.

Deprecated:

This function has been deprecated.

Note

Values greater than 1 can only be used for imports of certain formats, in particular, JT, SolidWorks, NX (Unigraphics), Creo (Pro/E), and CATIA V5 files.

Parameters

in_count – The number of processes to use when performing the import.

Returns

A reference to this ImportOptionsKit.

KeyPath &HPS::KeyPath::Append(KeyPath const &in_key_path)

Appends the supplied key into this object. Same as operator+= function.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use KeyPath::PushBack instead.

Parameters

in_key_path – The KeyPath to be appended to this.

Returns

A reference to this object.

KeyPath &HPS::KeyPath::Append(KeyArray const &in_key_array)

Appends the supplied key into this object. Same as operator+= function.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use KeyPath::PushBack instead.

Parameters

in_key_array – The KeyArray to be appended to this.

Returns

A reference to this object.

KeyPath &HPS::KeyPath::Append(Key const &in_key)

Appends the supplied Key into this object. Same as operator+= function.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility. Use KeyPath::PushBack instead.

Parameters

in_key – The Key to be appended to this.

Returns

A reference to this object.

bool HPS::KeyPath::ShowNetBounding(BoundingKit &out_kit) const

Shows the net bounding along this key path without taking into account attributes set through highlights.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and ShowNetBounding(bool, BoundingKit &) should be preferred. This function will be removed in HPS 2021.

Returns

true if the setting is valid along this path, false otherwise.

bool HPS::MatrixKit::Empty() const

Indicates whether this object has any values set on it.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and will always return false.

Returns

true if no values are set on this object, false otherwise.

MatrixKit &HPS::MatrixKit::UnsetEverything()

Sets this kit to an identity matrix.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and Reset should be preferred.

Returns

A reference to this kit.

OperatorControl &HPS::OperatorControl::Push(Operator *in_operator, Operator::Priority in_priority = Operator::Priority::Default)

Adds an operator to the top of the operator stack within its priority and assumes control of its memory. Existing operators in use are unmodified but operators on top get priority.

Deprecated:

It is recommended to use overloads which consume OperatorPtr as the object lifetime is simpler to reason about.

Parameters
  • in_operator – The operator to push to the top of the operator stack.

  • in_priority – The priority of the operator. All those with Low priority will be below all those with Normal priority which will, in turn, be below High priority operators.

Returns

A reference to this object.

OperatorControl &HPS::OperatorControl::Set(Operator *in_operator, Operator::Priority in_priority = Operator::Priority::Default)

Sets an operator as the only operator in use of the specified priority and assumes control of its memory. This replaces any existing operators in use and frees the memory associated with them.

Deprecated:

It is recommended to use overloads which consume OperatorPtr as the object lifetime is simpler to reason about.

Parameters
  • in_operator – An operator to use on this view.

  • in_priority – The priority of the operator. All those with Low priority will be below all those with Normal priority which will, in turn, be below High priority operators.

Returns

A reference to this object.

SelectionOptionsControl &HPS::SelectionOptionsControl::SetSorting(bool in_sorting)

Sets whether to sort selection results. This is only relevant if the related selection limit is greater than 0 (see SetRelatedLimit). Sorting works on an entity level. Subentity components like edges, vertices and faces are not sorted.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and SetSorting(Selection::Sorting) should be preferred in general usage.

See

Default value

Parameters

in_sorting – Whether to sort selection results. A value of true is equivalent to passing Selection::Sorting::Default to SetSorting(Selection::Sorting), and a value of false is equivalent to passing Selection::Sorting::Off to SetSorting(Selection::Sorting).

Returns

A reference to this SelectionOptionsControl.

SelectionOptionsKit &HPS::SelectionOptionsKit::SetSorting(bool in_sorting)

Sets whether to sort selection results. This is only relevant if the related selection limit is greater than 0 (see SetRelatedLimit). Sorting works on an entity level. Subentity components like edges, vertices and faces are not sorted.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and SetSorting(Selection::Sorting) should be preferred in general usage.

See

Default value

Parameters

in_sorting – Whether to sort selection results. A value of true is equivalent to passing Selection::Sorting::Default to SetSorting(Selection::Sorting), and a value of false is equivalent to passing Selection::Sorting::Off to SetSorting(Selection::Sorting).

Returns

A reference to this SelectionOptionsKit.

void HPS::View::SetOperator(Operator *in_operator)

Makes an operator active on this View. Assumes control of the memory of the operator.

Deprecated:

It is recommended to use overloads which consume OperatorPtr as the object lifetime is simpler to reason about.

Parameters

in_operator – the operator to be made active on this View.

VisualEffectsControl &HPS::VisualEffectsControl::SetAntiAliasing(bool in_state)

Manipulates the state of anti-aliasing(text and screen).

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and SetTextAntiAliasing(bool in_state) should be preferred in general usage.

Parameters

in_state – Whether anti-aliasing(text and screen) should be used.

Returns

A reference to this object.

bool HPS::VisualEffectsControl::ShowAntiAliasing(bool &out_state) const

Shows the anti-aliasing setting.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and ShowTextAntiAliasing(bool & out_state) should be preferred in general usage.

Parameters

out_state – Whether anti-aliasing(text and screen) should be used.

Returns

true if the setting(text and screen) is valid, false otherwise.

VisualEffectsControl &HPS::VisualEffectsControl::UnsetAntiAliasing()

Removes any anti-alias setting(text and screen). If the control is attached to a WindowKey this function restores the default value of this setting as specified by VisualEffectsKit::GetDefault().

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and UnsetTextAntiAliasing() should be preferred in general usage.

Returns

A reference to this object.

VisualEffectsKit &HPS::VisualEffectsKit::SetAntiAliasing(bool in_state)

Manipulates the state of anti-aliasing(text and screen).

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and SetTextAntiAliasing(bool in_state) should be preferred in general usage.

Parameters

in_state – Whether anti-aliasing(text and screen) should be used.

Returns

A reference to this object.

bool HPS::VisualEffectsKit::ShowAntiAliasing(bool &out_state) const

Shows the anti-aliasing setting.

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and ShowTextAntiAliasing(bool & out_state) should be preferred in general usage.

Parameters

out_state – Whether anti-aliasing(text and screen) should be used.

Returns

true if the setting(text and screen) is valid, false otherwise.

VisualEffectsKit &HPS::VisualEffectsKit::UnsetAntiAliasing()

Removes any anti-alias setting(text and screen).

Deprecated:

This function exists for compatibility and UnsetTextAntiAliasing() should be preferred in general usage.

Returns

A reference to this object.