SKPath.RawIterator Class

Definition

Iterator object to scan through the verbs in the path, providing the associated points.

public class SKPath.RawIterator : SkiaSharp.SKObject
Inheritance
SKPath.RawIterator
Inheritance
SKPath.RawIterator

Remarks

Iterators are created by calling the SKPath.CreateRawIterator method.

Properties

Handle

Gets or sets the handle to the underlying native object.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
Handle

Gets or sets the handle to the underlying native object.

(Inherited from SKObject)
IgnorePublicDispose

Gets or sets a value indicating whether the call the public Dispose() should be no-op.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
IsDisposed

Gets or sets a value indicating whether the object has already been disposed.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
OwnsHandle

Gets or sets a value indicating whether this object owns it's handle and should destroy the native object when is is disposed.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
OwnsHandle

Gets a value indicating whether this object should destroy the underlying native object.

(Inherited from SKObject)

Methods

ConicWeight()

Returns the weight for the current conic.

Dispose()

Releases all resources used by this SKNativeObject.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
Dispose(Boolean)

Releases the unmanaged resources used by the SKPath.RawIterator and optionally releases the managed resources.

DisposeInternal()

Triggers a dispose, ignoring the value of IgnorePublicDispose.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
DisposeManaged()

Implemented by derived SKNativeObject types to destroy any managed objects.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
DisposeManaged()

Implemented by derived SKObject types to destroy any managed objects.

(Inherited from SKObject)
DisposeNative()

Implemented by derived SKObject types to destroy any native objects.

DisposeNative()

Implemented by derived SKNativeObject types to destroy any native objects.

(Inherited from SKNativeObject)
Next(SKPoint[])

Returns the next verb in this iteration of the path.

Peek()

Returns what the next verb will be, but do not visit the next segment.

Applies to