SoInput.3coin3 man page

SoInput — The SoInput class is an abstraction of file import functionality.

This class takes care of most of the chores of doing data import in Coin. It puts a layer of abstraction over the read operations to make it transparent for the rest of the Coin code whether or not we're reading from a file, from a memory buffer or from stdin.

Synopsis

#include <Inventor/SoInput.h>

Public Member Functions

SoInput (void)

SoInput (SoInput *dictIn)

SoProto * findProto (const SbName &name)

void addProto (SoProto *proto)

void pushProto (SoProto *proto)

SoProto * getCurrentProto (void) const

void popProto (void)

void addRoute (const SbName &fromnode, const SbName &fromfield, const SbName &tonode, const SbName &tofield)

SbBool checkISReference (SoFieldContainer *container, const SbName &fieldname, SbBool &readok)

virtual ~SoInput (void)

virtual void setFilePointer (FILE *newFP)

virtual SbBool openFile (const char *fileName, SbBool okIfNotFound=FALSE)

virtual SbBool pushFile (const char *fileName)

virtual void closeFile (void)

virtual SbBool isValidFile (void)

virtual SbBool isValidBuffer (void)

virtual FILE * getCurFile (void) const

virtual const char * getCurFileName (void) const

virtual void setBuffer (void *bufpointer, size_t bufsize)

void setStringArray (const char *strings[])

virtual size_t getNumBytesRead (void) const

virtual SbString getHeader (void)

virtual float getIVVersion (void)

virtual SbBool isBinary (void)

virtual SbBool get (char &c)

virtual SbBool getASCIIBuffer (char &c)

virtual SbBool getASCIIFile (char &c)

virtual SbBool readHex (uint32_t &l)

virtual SbBool read (char &c)

virtual SbBool read (char &c, SbBool skip)

virtual SbBool read (SbString &s)

virtual SbBool read (SbName &n, SbBool validIdent=FALSE)

virtual SbBool read (int &i)

virtual SbBool read (unsigned int &i)

virtual SbBool read (short &s)

virtual SbBool read (unsigned short &s)

virtual SbBool read (float &f)

virtual SbBool read (double &d)

virtual SbBool readByte (int8_t &b)

virtual SbBool readByte (uint8_t &b)

virtual SbBool readBinaryArray (unsigned char *c, int length)

virtual SbBool readBinaryArray (int32_t *l, int length)

virtual SbBool readBinaryArray (float *f, int length)

virtual SbBool readBinaryArray (double *d, int length)

virtual SbBool eof (void) const

SbBool isFileVRML1 (void)

SbBool isFileVRML2 (void)

virtual void resetFilePointer (FILE *fptr)

virtual void getLocationString (SbString &string) const

virtual void putBack (const char c)

virtual void putBack (const char *str)

virtual void addReference (const SbName &name, SoBase *base, SbBool addToGlobalDict=TRUE)

virtual void removeReference (const SbName &name)

virtual SoBase * findReference (const SbName &name) const

Static Public Member Functions

static void addDirectoryFirst (const char *dirName)

static void addDirectoryLast (const char *dirName)

static void addEnvDirectoriesFirst (const char *envVarName, const char *separator=': ')

static void addEnvDirectoriesLast (const char *envVarName, const char *separator=': ')

static void removeDirectory (const char *dirName)

static void clearDirectories (void)

static const SbStringList & getDirectories (void)

static void init (void)

static SbString getPathname (const char *const filename)

static SbString getPathname (const SbString &s)

static SbString getBasename (const char *const filename)

static SbString getBasename (const SbString &s)

static SbString searchForFile (const SbString &basename, const SbStringList &directories, const SbStringList &subdirectories)

Protected Member Functions

virtual SbBool popFile (void)

void setIVVersion (float version)

FILE * findFile (const char *fileName, SbString &fullName)

void initFile (FILE *newFP, const char *fileName, SbString *fullName, SbBool openedHere, SbDict *refDict=NULL)

SbBool checkHeader (SbBool bValidateBufferHeader=FALSE)

SbBool fromBuffer (void) const

SbBool skipWhiteSpace (void)

size_t freeBytesInBuf (void) const

SbBool readInteger (int32_t &l)

SbBool readUnsignedInteger (uint32_t &l)

SbBool readReal (double &d)

SbBool readUnsignedIntegerString (char *str)

int readDigits (char *str)

int readHexDigits (char *str)

int readChar (char *str, char charToRead)

SbBool makeRoomInBuf (size_t nBytes)

void convertShort (char *from, short *s)

void convertInt32 (char *from, int32_t *l)

void convertFloat (char *from, float *f)

void convertDouble (char *from, double *d)

void convertShortArray (char *from, short *to, int len)

void convertInt32Array (char *from, int32_t *to, int len)

void convertFloatArray (char *from, float *to, int len)

void convertDoubleArray (char *from, double *to, int len)

SbBool isFileURL (const char *url)

char * URLToFile (char *out_buf, const char *in_buf)

SbBool IsURL (const char *c_strng)

Static Protected Member Functions

static void setDirectories (SbStringList *dirs)

Detailed Description

The SoInput class is an abstraction of file import functionality.

This class takes care of most of the chores of doing data import in Coin. It puts a layer of abstraction over the read operations to make it transparent for the rest of the Coin code whether or not we're reading from a file, from a memory buffer or from stdin.

SoInput also takes care of checking file validity, aswell as handling information about features in the various file formats which are supported.

Example usage:

int
main(void)
{
  SoDB::init();

  SoInput in;
  if (in.openFile("fab_model.iv")) {
    SoSeparator * root = SoDB::readAll(&in);
    if (root) {
      // Do stuff with the imported scene graph here
      // ...
      return 0;
    }
  }

  return 1;
}

Important note: there are several public and protected methods which makes it possible to pass in or get returned FILE* structures in this class. Do not use these methods when the Coin library has been compiled as an MSWindows DLL, as passing FILE* instances back or forth to DLLs is dangerous and will most likely cause a crash. This is an intrinsic limitation for MSWindows DLLs.

This class supports one environment variable called COIN_SOINPUT_SEARCH_GLOBAL_DICT. When set to '1', the global dictionary is searched after the current file dictionary when resolving USE keywords. This makes it possible to reference nodes in other files. The reason for introducing this feature is that the SoFile node rereads the file whenever the name field changes. The first time the file is read, it's possible to reference nodes in the parent file, using the USE keyword. But, when the file is reread this is no longer possible, since the reading now starts at the SoFile node, with an empty dictionary.

See also:

SoOutput, SoDB

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

SoInput::SoInput (void)

Constructor. If no filepointer is set, input will be read from stdin.

SoInput::SoInput (SoInput * dictIn)

A constructor which copies the reference mappings from dictIn upon initialization.

SoInput::~SoInput (void) [virtual]

Destructor. Runs SoInput::closeFile() to close any open files.

Member Function Documentation

SoProto * SoInput::findProto (const SbName & name)

Searches for PROTO named name. This function will only return PROTOs that have been read by the current SoInput instance.

Since:

Coin 2.3

void SoInput::addProto (SoProto * proto)

Adds a Proto which should be active in the current scope.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

Since:

Coin 2.0

void SoInput::pushProto (SoProto * proto)

Pushed a Proto onto the Proto stack. The Proto stack is used during VRML2 file parsing.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

See also:

popProto()

Since:

Coin 2.0

SoProto * SoInput::getCurrentProto (void) const

Returns the Proto at the top of the Proto stack.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

See also:

pushProto()

Since:

Coin 2.0

void SoInput::popProto (void)

Pops a Proto off the Proto stack.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

See also:

pushProto()

Since:

Coin 2.0

void SoInput::addRoute (const SbName & fromnode, const SbName & fromfield, const SbName & tonode, const SbName & tofield)

Adds a ROUTE from /a fromnode's , to tonode's tofield. This makes it possible to defines ROUTEs in files before the fromnode or tonode is parsed.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

Since:

Coin 2.0

SbBool SoInput::checkISReference (SoFieldContainer * container, const SbName & fieldname, SbBool & readok)

Checks if the next bytes in in is the IS keyword. Returns TRUE if the IS keyword was found, readok will be set to FALSE if some error occured while searching for the IS keyword.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

Since:

Coin 2.0

void SoInput::setFilePointer (FILE * newFP) [virtual]

Uses the given file pointer as the input file. The input stack of files will be emptied first. Closing a file passed in by it's file pointer is the library user's responsibility.

Important note: do not use this method when the Coin library has been compiled as an MSWindows DLL, as passing FILE* instances back or forth to DLLs is dangerous and will most likely cause a crash. This is an intrinsic limitation for MSWindows DLLs.

Note that it is not allowed to pass a FILE* to a gzip-compressed file under Mac OS X.

See also:

openFile(), closeFile()

SbBool SoInput::openFile (const char * fileName, SbBool okIfNotFound = FALSE) [virtual]

Open the given file, and make it the only one in the file stack. If okIfNotFound is FALSE, show a warning message if the file could not be opened.

Returns TRUE if file could be opened for reading, FALSE otherwise.

Note: even if your attempt at opening a file is unsuccessful, the SoInput instance will not default to reading from stdin after a call has been made to this method.

See also:

setFilePointer(), pushFile(), closeFile()

SbBool SoInput::pushFile (const char * filename) [virtual]

Push a new file on top of the stack. Further read operations will take place with the new file until it reaches end-of-file, upon when the file will be popped of the stack and we'll continue with the next file in the stack.

Returns TRUE if the file could be opened for reading, FALSE otherwise.

See also:

openFile()

void SoInput::closeFile (void) [virtual]

Removes all files from the internal stack. Any files opened by openFile() or pushFile() will also be closed, but not the files coming from setFilePointer() -- which are the responsibility of the caller.

You usually don't need to call this method explicitly, as it will automatically be triggered by the SoInput destructor to close any open files when the SoInput instance goes out of scope.

See also:

setFilePointer(), openFile(), pushFile()

SbBool SoInput::isValidFile (void) [virtual]

Checks to see if the current file is a valid file which can be read by the Coin library.

When reading files through e.g. SoDB::readAll(), this is automatically checked for you, so application code should usually not need to use this method.

SbBool SoInput::isValidBuffer (void) [virtual]

Returns TRUE if the current text buffer represents a valid iv-file which can be read by the Coin library.

When reading files through e.g. SoDB::readAll(), this is automatically checked for you, so application code should usually not need to use this method.

FILE * SoInput::getCurFile (void) const [virtual]

Returns file pointer of the file on top of the input stack. If the 'file' is actually a memory buffer, returns NULL.

Important note: do not use this method when the Coin library has been compiled as an MSWindows DLL, as passing FILE* instances back or forth to DLLs is dangerous and will most likely cause a crash. This is an intrinsic limitation for MSWindows DLLs.

See also:

getCurFileName()

const char * SoInput::getCurFileName (void) const [virtual]

Returns the name of the file on top of the input stack. NULL will be returned if the toplevel 'file' is a memory buffer.

See also:

getCurFile()

void SoInput::setBuffer (void * bufpointer, size_t bufsize) [virtual]

Sets up the input stream for reading from a memory buffer. Closes all open files in the file stack first.

The type of the first argument of this method would have been better designed as 'const char *', but this his how the original SGI Inventor API is, and we duplicate the method signature for compatibility reasons.

void SoInput::setStringArray (const char * strings[])

Sets up the input stream for reading from the strings pointed to by a NULL-terminated array of string pointers. It is intended for reading memory-inlined scene graphs.

The rationale for this function is that there is a compiler portability problem with compiling large, static string buffers. Some compilers have fixed max-lengths on this feature, just over 1KB, which obviously becomes a problem real fast. This method lets you specify the buffer as an array of smaller string buffers, typically one string for each line in the Inventor file.

SoNode *
makeSceneGraph(void) {
  static const char * inlinescenegraph[] = {
    "#Inventor V2.1 ascii0,
    "0,
    "Separator {0,
    "  Cube {0,
    "  }0,
    "}0,
    NULL
  };
  SoInput in;
  if ( !in.setStringArray(inlinescenegraph) ) return NULL;
  return SoDB::readAll(&in);
}

See also:

setBuffer()

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

Since:

Coin 2.1

size_t SoInput::getNumBytesRead (void) const [virtual]

Returns number of bytes read so far from the current file or memory buffer. You can only use this method while you're reading the file. When the reading has finished, the current file is popped off the file stack, and a more or less random number is returned. You should use the stat() system call to find the size of a file (or fseek() and ftell()).

SbString SoInput::getHeader (void) [virtual]

Returns header of current file.

float SoInput::getIVVersion (void) [virtual]

Returns the library version needed to read a file with the given header. If the header of the current file is not valid, this method returns 0.0f.

SbBool SoInput::isBinary (void) [virtual]

Returns TRUE if the current file is in binary format.

SbBool SoInput::get (char & c) [virtual]

Get next character in current stream. Returns FALSE on end of file.

See also:

read()

SbBool SoInput::getASCIIBuffer (char & c) [virtual]

Returns next character in current stream. Don't use this method -- SoInput is supposed to hide whether or not you are reading from file or memory. It is only included for compatibility reasons.

SbBool SoInput::getASCIIFile (char & c) [virtual]

Returns next character in current stream. Don't use this method -- SoInput is supposed to hide whether or not you are reading from file or memory. It is only included for compatibility reasons.

SbBool SoInput::readHex (uint32_t & l) [virtual]

Reads an unsigned integer in hexidecimal format from the current stream. Note that no error checking is done to see if it actually is a hex format value.

A number in hexadecimal format must have the '0x' prefix.

Returns FALSE if end of file is encountered.

SbBool SoInput::read (char & c) [virtual]

Skips whitespace and reads next character in input stream. Returns FALSE if encountering end of file.

SbBool SoInput::read (char & c, SbBool skip) [virtual]

Reads next character in input stream, returns FALSE if encountering end of file. If skip is TRUE, skips whitespace before reading a character.

SbBool SoInput::read (SbString & s) [virtual]

Skips whitespace and extracts string. A string can be placed within quotes, in which case we will return all characters between the quotes (including spaces, tabs, newlines, etc). A quote character (i.e. "'') can also be part of the string, but must then be preceded by a\'' character.

A string not contained in quotes is terminated by the first following whitespace character.

Returns FALSE upon encountering end of file (EOF) before the string is fully parsed, or any other error. Note: This function does not return FALSE when encountering all EOFs. When multiple files are on the stack and a string is being parsed (the parser has found one or more valid characters) and EOF is encountered, the parsing stops and the read string along with TRUE is returned. The next time the read method is called, the stack is popped and a read string from the next file is returned - not always returning FALSE between the files (though it might on certain circumstances). The solution to this is to test for end of file after each successive read operation.

SbBool SoInput::read (SbName & n, SbBool validIdent = FALSE) [virtual]

Read a name from the current stream and place it in n.

This method should not be used specifically to read all instances of SbName. The semantics of the interface is such that it is designed to handle identifier tokens from the Inventor / VRML file formats. I.e. cases where node names, node types and field names are to be read. If your goal is to read the value of a SbName field that is not any of the above, and at least when the string might be quoted, then you should most likely use SoInput::read(SbString &) instead.

If validIdent is TRUE the name needs to be a valid identifier (no reserved characters etc), while validIdent equal to FALSE means we'll just read characters for the next word until we hit whitespace or one of the '{'/'}' delimiters.

Returns FALSE on encountering end of file before a full name has been read -- if validIdent is also FALSE. If validIdent is passed as TRUE, the return value will be FALSE if no valid name was found, but not necessarily on end of file.

SbBool SoInput::read (int & i) [virtual]

Read integer from current file or buffer position and place it in i. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::read (unsigned int & i) [virtual]

Read unsigned integer from current file or buffer position and place it in i. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::read (short & s) [virtual]

Read short integer from current file or buffer position and place it in s. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::read (unsigned short & s) [virtual]

Read unsigned short integer from current file or buffer position and place it in s. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::read (float & f) [virtual]

Read float value from current file or buffer position and place it in f. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::read (double & d) [virtual]

Read double value from current file or buffer position and place it in d. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::readByte (int8_t & b) [virtual]

Read signed byte integer from current file or buffer position and place it in b. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::readByte (uint8_t & b) [virtual]

Read unsigned byte integer from current file or buffer position and place it in b. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::readBinaryArray (unsigned char * c, int length) [virtual]

Reads length characters from the current stream into c. Returns FALSE if end of file is encountered before the given number of bytes could be read.

SbBool SoInput::readBinaryArray (int32_t * l, int length) [virtual]

Reads length 32-bit integers from the current stream into l. Returns FALSE if end of file is encountered before the given number of integers could be read.

SbBool SoInput::readBinaryArray (float * f, int length) [virtual]

Reads length floats from the current stream into f. Returns FALSE if end of file is encountered before the given number of binary float values could be read.

SbBool SoInput::readBinaryArray (double * d, int length) [virtual]

Reads length double floats from the current stream into d. Returns FALSE if end of file is encountered before the given number of binary double float values could be read.

SbBool SoInput::eof (void) const [virtual]

Returns TRUE if we are at the end of the current stream, otherwise FALSE.

SbBool SoInput::isFileVRML1 (void)

Returns TRUE if current file is a VRML V1.0 file.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

SbBool SoInput::isFileVRML2 (void)

Returns TRUE if current file is a VRML 2 / VRML97 file.

This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open Inventor v2.1 API.

void SoInput::resetFilePointer (FILE * fptr) [virtual]

This function has been obsoleted in Coin.

void SoInput::getLocationString (SbString & str) const [virtual]

Places the current line number location and file name in a string which is to be used in the output upon read errors.

void SoInput::putBack (const char c) [virtual]

Insert character c in stream at the current position.

void SoInput::putBack (const char * str) [virtual]

Insert string str in stream at the current position.

void SoInput::addReference (const SbName & name, SoBase * base, SbBool addToGlobalDict = TRUE) [virtual]

Adds a name<->SoBase mapping to our dictionary.

See also:

findReference(), removeReference()

void SoInput::removeReference (const SbName & name) [virtual]

Removes a name<->SoBase mapping from our dictionary.

See also:

findReference(), addReference()

SoBase * SoInput::findReference (const SbName & name) const [virtual]

Finds an SoBase derived object which has been mapped to name earlier during the import process.

The Coin library will by default only search through the previously loaded nodes from the same file. By setting the environment variable COIN_SOINPUT_SEARCH_GLOBAL_DICT to '1', you can force the import process to search for USE-references through all nodes that has been loaded or otherwise instantiated.

See also:

addReference(), removeReference()

void SoInput::addDirectoryFirst (const char * dirName) [static]

Add a directory to the search list. The added directory will be searched before any of the other directories in the list.

See also:

addDirectoryLast(), addEnvDirectoriesFirst(), addEnvDirectoriesLast()

removeDirectory(), clearDirectories()

void SoInput::addDirectoryLast (const char * dirName) [static]

Add a directory to the search list. The added directory will be searched after any of the other directories in the list.

See also:

addDirectoryFirst(), addEnvDirectoriesFirst(), addEnvDirectoriesLast()

removeDirectory(), clearDirectories()

void SoInput::addEnvDirectoriesFirst (const char * envVarName, const char * separator = ': ') [static]

Add in front of the list all directories in the environment variable envVarName. The separator string should contain all characters to be interpreted as separators in the environment variable string list. The default separators are ':', tab and space.

See also:

addDirectoryFirst(), addDirectoryLast()

addEnvDirectoriesLast()

removeDirectory(), clearDirectories()

void SoInput::addEnvDirectoriesLast (const char * envVarName, const char * separator = ': ') [static]

Add at the end of the list all directories in the environment variable envVarName. The separator string should contain all characters to be interpreted as separators in the environment variable string list. The default separators are ':', tab and space.

See also:

addDirectoryFirst(), addDirectoryLast()

addEnvDirectoriesFirst()

removeDirectory(), clearDirectories()

void SoInput::removeDirectory (const char * dirName) [static]

Remove the given directory from the directory search list.

The search list is scanned from last to first for the directory name, so directories can easily be 'stacked' by pushing with addDirectoryLast() and then removed with this method.

See also:

addDirectoryFirst(), addDirectoryLast()

addEnvDirectoriesFirst(), addEnvDirectoriesLast()

clearDirectories()

void SoInput::clearDirectories (void) [static]

Remove all entries from the directory search list.

See also:

addDirectoryFirst(), addDirectoryLast()

addEnvDirectoriesFirst(), addEnvDirectoriesLast()

removeDirectory()

const SbStringList & SoInput::getDirectories (void) [static]

Returns the list of directories which'll be searched upon loading Coin and VRML format files. Directory searches will be done whenever any external references appears in a file, for instance to texture images.

void SoInput::init (void) [static]

Initialize static variables in class. Called from SoDB::init().

SbString SoInput::getPathname (const char *const filename) [static]

Finds and returns the part of the given filename which is the directory path name.

SbString SoInput::getPathname (const SbString & s) [static]

Finds and returns the part of the given filename which is the directory path name.

SbString SoInput::getBasename (const char *const filename) [static]

Finds and returns the part of the given filename which is the base name (i.e. the filename without the leading directory path).

SbString SoInput::getBasename (const SbString & s) [static]

Finds and returns the part of the given filename which is the base name (i.e. the filename without the leading directory path).

SbString SoInput::searchForFile (const SbString & basename, const SbStringList & directories, const SbStringList & subdirectories) [static]

Given a basename for a file and an array of directories to search, returns the full name of the file found.

In addition to looking at the root of each directory in directories, all subdirectories is also searched for each item in directories.

If no file matching basename could be found in any of the directories, returns an empty string.

This method is a Coin extension, not part of the original Inventor API.

SbBool SoInput::popFile (void) [protected], [virtual]

Pop the topmost file off the stack. Returns FALSE if there was no files on the stack to pop. A file is only popped when there is more than one file on the stack.

See also:

pushFile(), openFile(), closeFile()

void SoInput::setIVVersion (float version) [protected]

Changes the file format version number for the stream at the top of the stack.

FILE * SoInput::findFile (const char * basename, SbString & fullname) [protected]

This API member is considered internal to the library, as it is not likely to be of interest to the application programmer.

Return the currently active stream.

Scan through the include directories in order and try to find a file with the given name in any one of them. If file is found, put the full name with complete path from current directory of process into fullname, open the file and return the file pointer.

If the file could either not be found or not opened for reading, return NULL.

Important note: do not use this method when the Coin library has been compiled as an MSWindows DLL, as passing FILE* instances back or forth to DLLs is dangerous and will most likely cause a crash. This is an intrinsic limitation for MSWindows DLLs.

void SoInput::initFile (FILE * newFP, const char * fileName, SbString * fullName, SbBool openedHere, SbDict * refDict = NULL) [protected]

This function has been obsoleted in Coin.

SbBool SoInput::checkHeader (SbBool bValidateBufferHeader = FALSE) [protected]

Returns TRUE if the current stream has had it's header parsed. If it hasn't, this method will attempt to read the header and returns TRUE if it could be done.

If bValidateBufferHeader is TRUE, the returned flag will also be FALSE if the file stream header was not of a supported file format type.

SbBool SoInput::fromBuffer (void) const [protected]

Returns TRUE if the current input stream is fetching data from a memory buffer, or FALSE if the input is from a file.

SbBool SoInput::skipWhiteSpace (void) [protected]

Move file pointer past whitespace in the current file or buffer. Returns FALSE if end of file is encountered.

size_t SoInput::freeBytesInBuf (void) const [protected]

This function has been obsoleted in Coin.

SbBool SoInput::readInteger (int32_t & l) [protected]

Reads 32-bit signed integer value from the current stream. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::readUnsignedInteger (uint32_t & l) [protected]

Reads 32-bit unsigned integer value from the current stream. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely.

SbBool SoInput::readReal (double & d) [protected]

Reads a double-precision floating point value from the current stream. Returns FALSE if we hit end of file prematurely or if no valid string representing a value could be read.

SbBool SoInput::readUnsignedIntegerString (char * str) [protected]

Reads a set of bytes from the stream making up an unsigned integer and puts them at str.

Returns FALSE if no string representing an unsigned integer could be read.

int SoInput::readDigits (char * str) [protected]

Read decimal base digits from the current input stream into str and returns the number of characters read.

int SoInput::readHexDigits (char * str) [protected]

Read hexadecimal base digits from the current input stream into str and returns the number of characters read.

int SoInput::readChar (char * s, char charToRead) [protected]

Reads the next character in stream and compares it to charToRead. Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. Failure may come from either end of file, or from the next character in the stream being different than charToRead.

SbBool SoInput::makeRoomInBuf (size_t nBytes) [protected]

This function has been obsoleted in Coin.

void SoInput::convertShort (char * from, short * s) [protected]

Convert the bytes at from (which must be a short integer in network format (i.e. most significant byte first)) to a short integer in native format which is put at the s pointer.

void SoInput::convertInt32 (char * from, int32_t * l) [protected]

Convert the bytes at from (which must be a 32-bit integer in network format (i.e. most significant byte first)) to a 32-bit integer in native format which is put at the l pointer.

void SoInput::convertFloat (char * from, float * f) [protected]

Convert the bytes at from (which must be a single-precision floating point number in network format) to a single-precision floating point number in native format which is put at the f pointer.

void SoInput::convertDouble (char * from, double * d) [protected]

Convert the bytes at from (which must be a double-precision floating point number in network format) to a double-precision floating point number in native format which is put at the d pointer.

void SoInput::convertShortArray (char * from, short * to, int len) [protected]

Convert a block of short numbers in network format to native format.

See also:

convertShort()

void SoInput::convertInt32Array (char * from, int32_t * to, int len) [protected]

Convert a block of 32-bit integer numbers in network format to native format.

See also:

convertInt32()

void SoInput::convertFloatArray (char * from, float * to, int len) [protected]

Convert a block of single-precision floating point numbers in network format to native format.

See also:

convertFloat()

void SoInput::convertDoubleArray (char * from, double * to, int len) [protected]

Convert a block of double-precision floating point numbers in network format to native format.

See also:

convertDouble()

SbBool SoInput::isFileURL (const char * url) [protected]

This function is part of the TGS Inventor API, but is not implemented in Coin.

char * SoInput::URLToFile (char * out_buf, const char * in_buf) [protected]

This function is part of the TGS Inventor API, but is not implemented in Coin.

SbBool SoInput::IsURL (const char * c_strng) [protected]

This function is part of the TGS Inventor API, but is not implemented in Coin.

void SoInput::setDirectories (SbStringList * dirs) [static], [protected]

Set up the directory search path directly with the list of directories in dirs. Note that '.' should be part of the directory list if you want to handle files specified by a relative path.

Author

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Referenced By

SoInput.3coin2(3) is an alias of SoInput.3coin3(3).

Mon Sep 5 2016 Version 3.1.3 Coin