Module Mlpost.Tree_adv.Overlays

module Overlays: sig .. end
Tools for overlay aware trees

This module provides a type to associate an interval of time to a value, to control its visibility

type interval =
| Bet of int * int (*[|a,b|]*)
| Bef of int (*]|-oo,a|]*)
| Aft of int (*[|a,+oo|[*)
| Nev (*emptyset*)
| Alw (*N*)
This type describes an interval of discrete points of time
val in_interval : int -> interval -> bool
test if an integer is in an interval
val min_interval : int -> interval -> int
The minimum between the integer argument and the beginning of the interval; returns the integer argument in the cases Nev and Alw
val max_interval : int -> interval -> int
The dual of min_interval
val min_tree : ('a -> interval) -> 'a Tree_adv.t -> int
The first moment of the tree to appear, not considering Nev and Alw
val max_tree : ('a -> interval) -> 'a Tree_adv.t -> int
The last moment of the tree to appear, not considering Nev and Alw
type 'a spec = (interval * 'a) list 
A spec is a list of objects associated with a visibility interval
val assoq : int -> 'a spec -> 'a
returns the first element which is visible in the specification; raises Not_found if no element is visible
val max : ('a -> Num.t) -> ('b * 'a) list -> Num.t
given a function to compute a numeric from an 'a, and a list of objects ('b,'a), return the maximal numeric from that list; intended to be used with width and height functions for objects and with a 'a spec list
val set_pos : (Point.t -> 'a -> 'b) ->
Point.t ->
'a spec -> 'b spec
Given a function to move objects of type 'a, return a function to move functions of type 'a spec