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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      Simplify checking of container (List/HashTable, strings) sizes · 95dcb6de
      Mark Olesen authored
      - can use 'XX.empty()' instead of 'XX.size() == 0', 'XX.size() < 1' or
        'XX.size() <= 0' or for simpler coding.
        It also has the same number of characters as '!XX.size()' and /might/ be
        more readable
      
      - many size checking had 'XX.size() > 0', 'XX.size() != 0', or 'XX.size() >= 1'
        when a simple 'XX.size()' suffices
      95dcb6de
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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      update copyrights for 2009 · 28b200bc
      Mark Olesen authored
      28b200bc
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      new management for sampledSurface(s) · 48af5740
      Mark Olesen authored
              //- Does the surface need an update?
              virtual bool needsUpdate() const = 0;
      
              //- Mark the surface as needing an update.
              //  May also free up unneeded data.
              //  Return false if surface was already marked as expired.
              virtual bool expire() = 0;
      
              //- Update the surface as required.
              //  Do nothing (and return false) if no update was required
              virtual bool update() = 0;
      
          The constructors for the derived classes should generally start in a
          'expired' condition (ie, needsUpdate() == true) and rely on a subsequent
          call to the update() method to complete the initialization. Delaying the
          final construction as late as possible allows the construction of
          surfaces that may depend on intermediate calculation results (eg,
          iso-surfaces) and also avoids the unnecessary reconstruction of surfaces
          between sampling intervals.
      
          It is the responsibility of the caller to ensure that the surface
          update() is called before the surface is used.  The update() method
          implementation should do nothing when the surface is already up-to-date.
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