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1 | --- VTK-8.2.0/Utilities/Doxygen/doc_version.pl.orig 2019-01-30 18:15:13.000000000 +0100 |

2 | +++ VTK-8.2.0/Utilities/Doxygen/doc_version.pl 2021-01-08 17:01:33.913860627 +0100 | |

3 | @@ -152,24 +152,24 @@ | |

4 | if exists $args{"logo"} && -f $args{"logo"}; | |

5 | ||

6 | print DEST_FILE | |

7 | - " \@par VTK:\n" | |

8 | - " VTK is an open-source software system for image processing, 3D \n" | |

9 | - " graphics, volume rendering and visualization. VTK includes many \n" | |

10 | - " advanced algorithms (e.g., surface reconstruction, implicit modelling, \n" | |

11 | - " decimation) and rendering techniques (e.g., hardware-accelerated \n" | |

12 | - " volume rendering, LOD control).\n" | |

13 | - " \@par \n" | |

14 | - " VTK is used by academicians for teaching and research; by government \n" | |

15 | - " research institutions such as Los Alamos National Lab in the US or \n" | |

16 | - " CINECA in Italy; and by many commercial firms who use VTK to build or \n" | |

17 | - " extend products. \n" | |

18 | - " \@par \n" | |

19 | - " The origin of VTK is with the textbook \"The Visualization Toolkit, an \n" | |

20 | - " Object-Oriented Approach to 3D Graphics\" originally published by \n" | |

21 | - " Prentice Hall and now published by Kitware, Inc. (Third Edition ISBN \n" | |

22 | - " 1-930934-07-6). VTK has grown (since its initial release in 1994) to a \n" | |

23 | - " world-wide user base in the commercial, academic, and research \n" | |

24 | - " communities. \n" | |

25 | + " \@par VTK:\n", | |

26 | + " VTK is an open-source software system for image processing, 3D \n", | |

27 | + " graphics, volume rendering and visualization. VTK includes many \n", | |

28 | + " advanced algorithms (e.g., surface reconstruction, implicit modelling, \n", | |

29 | + " decimation) and rendering techniques (e.g., hardware-accelerated \n", | |

30 | + " volume rendering, LOD control).\n", | |

31 | + " \@par \n", | |

32 | + " VTK is used by academicians for teaching and research; by government \n", | |

33 | + " research institutions such as Los Alamos National Lab in the US or \n", | |

34 | + " CINECA in Italy; and by many commercial firms who use VTK to build or \n", | |

35 | + " extend products. \n", | |

36 | + " \@par \n", | |

37 | + " The origin of VTK is with the textbook \"The Visualization Toolkit, an \n", | |

38 | + " Object-Oriented Approach to 3D Graphics\" originally published by \n", | |

39 | + " Prentice Hall and now published by Kitware, Inc. (Third Edition ISBN \n", | |

40 | + " 1-930934-07-6). VTK has grown (since its initial release in 1994) to a \n", | |

41 | + " world-wide user base in the commercial, academic, and research \n", | |

42 | + " communities. \n", | |

43 | " \@par Useful links:\n", | |

44 | " \@li VTK Home: http://www.vtk.org\n", | |

45 | " \@li VTK Source: https://gitlab.kitware.com/vtk/vtk\n", | |

46 | @@ -178,8 +178,8 @@ | |

47 | " \@li VTK FAQ: http://www.vtk.org/Wiki/VTK_FAQ\n", | |

48 | " \@li VTK Wiki: http://www.vtk.org/Wiki/\n", | |

49 | " \@li VTK Dashboard: http://www.cdash.org/CDash/index.php?project=VTK\n", | |

50 | - " \@li Commercial <a href=\"https://www.kitware.com/products/support.html\">support</a> " | |

51 | - " and <a href=\"http://www.kitware.com/products/protraining.php\">training<\a> " | |

52 | + " \@li Commercial <a href=\"https://www.kitware.com/products/support.html\">support</a> ", | |

53 | + " and <a href=\"http://www.kitware.com/products/protraining.php\">training<\a> ", | |

54 | " are available from Kitware\n", | |

55 | " ", | |

56 | "*/\n\n"; | |

57 | --- VTK-8.2.0/Utilities/Doxygen/doxyfile.in.orig 2019-01-30 18:15:13.000000000 +0100 | |

58 | +++ VTK-8.2.0/Utilities/Doxygen/doxyfile.in 2021-01-09 21:30:25.895589327 +0100 | |

59 | @@ -102,6 +102,7 @@ | |

60 | COLS_IN_ALPHA_INDEX = 3 | |

61 | IGNORE_PREFIX = vtk | |

62 | ||

63 | +EXTRA_PACKAGES = amstext | |

64 | ENABLE_PREPROCESSING = YES | |

65 | MACRO_EXPANSION = YES | |

66 | SEARCH_INCLUDES = YES | |

67 | --- VTK-8.2.0/Filters/General/vtkCurvatures.h.orig 2019-01-30 18:15:13.000000000 +0100 | |

68 | +++ VTK-8.2.0/Filters/General/vtkCurvatures.h 2021-01-10 16:44:11.212483671 +0100 | |

69 | @@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ | |

70 | * | |

71 | * Gauss Curvature | |

72 | * discrete Gauss curvature (K) computation, | |

73 | - * \f$K(\text{vertex v}) = 2*\pi - \sum_{\text{facet neighbs f of v}} (\text{angle_f at v})\f$. | |

74 | + * \f$K(\text{vertex v}) = 2*\pi - \sum_{\text{facet neighbs f of v}} (\text{angle\_f at v})\f$. | |

75 | * The contribution of every facet is for the moment weighted by \f$Area(facet)/3\f$. | |

76 | * The units of Gaussian Curvature are \f$[1/m^2]\f$. | |

77 | * | |

78 | @@ -34,13 +34,13 @@ | |

79 | * the computation creates the orientation. | |

80 | * The units of Mean Curvature are [1/m]. | |

81 | * | |

82 | - * Maximum (\f$k_\max\f$) and Minimum (\f$k_\min\f$) Principal Curvatures | |

83 | - * \f$k_\max = H + \sqrt{H^2 - K}\f$, | |

84 | - * \f$k_\min = H - \sqrt{H^2 - K}\f$ | |

85 | + * Maximum (\f$k_{max}\f$) and Minimum (\f$k_{min}\f$) Principal Curvatures | |

86 | + * \f$k_{max} = H + \sqrt{H^2 - K}\f$, | |

87 | + * \f$k_{min} = H - \sqrt{H^2 - K}\f$ | |

88 | * Excepting spherical and planar surfaces which have equal principal | |

89 | * curvatures, the curvature at a point on a surface varies with the direction | |

90 | * one "sets off" from the point. For all directions, the curvature will pass | |

91 | - * through two extrema: a minimum (\f$k_\min\f$) and a maximum (\f$k_\max\f$) | |

92 | + * through two extrema: a minimum (\f$k_{min}\f$) and a maximum (\f$k_{max}\f$) | |

93 | * which occur at mutually orthogonal directions to each other. | |

94 | * | |

95 | * NB. The sign of the Gauss curvature is a geometric invariant, it should be | |

96 | @@ -130,12 +130,12 @@ | |

97 | void GetMeanCurvature(vtkPolyData *output); | |

98 | ||

99 | /** | |

100 | - * Maximum principal curvature \f$k_max = H + sqrt(H^2 -K)\f$ | |

101 | + * Maximum principal curvature \f$k_{max} = H + sqrt(H^2 -K)\f$ | |

102 | */ | |

103 | void GetMaximumCurvature(vtkPolyData *input, vtkPolyData *output); | |

104 | ||

105 | /** | |

106 | - * Minimum principal curvature \f$k_min = H - sqrt(H^2 -K)\f$ | |

107 | + * Minimum principal curvature \f$k_{min} = H - sqrt(H^2 -K)\f$ | |

108 | */ | |

109 | void GetMinimumCurvature(vtkPolyData *input, vtkPolyData *output); | |

110 |

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