Source code for neoscore.core.path_element

"""Objects representing individual elements of :obj:`.Path`\ s.

With the exception of ``CurveTo``, each of these classes is just a bare

from __future__ import annotations

from neoscore.core.positioned_object import PositionedObject

[docs]class PathElement(PositionedObject): """Superclass for all path element types""" def __repr__(self) -> str: return f"{type(self).__name__}(pos={self.pos}, parent={self.parent})"
[docs]class MoveTo(PathElement): """An element representing the start of a new subpath"""
[docs]class LineTo(PathElement): """An element representing a straight line from the last path position"""
[docs]class ControlPoint(PathElement): """An element used as a control point in bezier curves. This element is not directly kept in :obj:`.Path.elements`, instead being placed inside :obj:`.CurveTo` elements. """
[docs]class CurveTo(PathElement):
[docs] def __init__( self, pos: PointDef, parent: PositionedObject, control_1: ControlPoint, control_2: ControlPoint, ): """ Args: pos: The position of the object relative to its parent parent: The parent object. control_1: The curve's first control point control_2: The curve's second control point """ super().__init__(pos, parent) self.control_1 = control_1 self.control_2 = control_2
def __repr__(self) -> str: return ( f"{type(self).__name__}(pos={self.pos}, parent={self.parent}," + f" c1={self.control_1}, c2={self.control_2})" )