Commit cc19635c authored by Isaak Lim's avatar Isaak Lim

split unittests_loading into seperate files for different file types

git-svn-id: http://www.openmesh.org/svnrepo/OpenMesh/trunk@813 fdac6126-5c0c-442c-9429-916003d36597
parent fcc40c78
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#include "unittests_common.hh"
#include "unittests_property.hh"
#include "unittests_loading.hh"
#include "unittests_read_write_OBJ.hh"
#include "unittests_read_write_OFF.hh"
#include "unittests_read_write_OM.hh"
#include "unittests_read_write_PLY.hh"
#include "unittests_read_write_STL.hh"
#include "unittests_trimesh_iterators.hh"
#include "unittests_trimesh_collapse.hh"
#include "unittests_decimater.hh"
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#ifndef INCLUDE_UNITTESTS_READ_WRITE_OFF_HH
#define INCLUDE_UNITTESTS_READ_WRITE_OFF_HH
#include <gtest/gtest.h>
#include <Unittests/unittests_common.hh>
class OpenMeshReadWriteOFF : public OpenMeshBase {
protected:
// This function is called before each test is run
virtual void SetUp() {
// Do some initial stuff with the member data here...
}
// This function is called after all tests are through
virtual void TearDown() {
// Do some final stuff with the member data here...
}
// Member already defined in OpenMeshBase
//Mesh mesh_;
};
/*
* ====================================================================
* Define tests below
* ====================================================================
*/
/*
* Just load a simple mesh file in obj format and count whether
* the right number of entities has been loaded.
*/
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteOFF, LoadSimpleOFFFile) {
mesh_.clear();
bool ok = OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, "cube1.off");
EXPECT_TRUE(ok);
EXPECT_EQ(7526u , mesh_.n_vertices()) << "The number of loaded vertices is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(22572u, mesh_.n_edges()) << "The number of loaded edges is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(15048u, mesh_.n_faces()) << "The number of loaded faces is not correct!";
}
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteOFF, WriteAndReadVertexColorsToAndFromOFFFile) {
mesh_.clear();
mesh_.request_vertex_colors();
mesh_.add_vertex( Mesh::Point(0,0,1) );
mesh_.add_vertex( Mesh::Point(0,1,0) );
mesh_.add_vertex( Mesh::Point(0,1,1) );
mesh_.add_vertex( Mesh::Point(1,0,1) );
// using the default color type Vec3uc from DefaultTraits in Traits.hh
Mesh::Color testColor(255, 128, 64);
// setting colors (different from black)
for (Mesh::VertexIter vit = mesh_.vertices_begin(), vitend = mesh_.vertices_end(); vit != vitend; ++vit)
mesh_.set_color(vit, testColor);
// check if the colors are correctly setted
int count = 0;
for (Mesh::VertexIter vit = mesh_.vertices_begin(), vitend = mesh_.vertices_end(); vit != vitend; ++vit) {
Mesh::Color color = mesh_.color(vit);
if ( color[0] != testColor[0] || color[1] != testColor[1] || color[2] != testColor[2] )
++ count;
}
EXPECT_EQ(0, count) << "Vertices have the wrong color!";
// write the mesh_
OpenMesh::IO::Options opt(OpenMesh::IO::Options::VertexColor);
OpenMesh::IO::write_mesh(mesh_, "temp.off", opt);
OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, "temp.off", opt);
// check if vertices still have the same color
count = 0;
for (Mesh::VertexIter vit = mesh_.vertices_begin(), vitend = mesh_.vertices_end(); vit != vitend; ++vit) {
Mesh::Color color = mesh_.color(vit);
if ( color[0] != testColor[0] || color[1] != testColor[1] || color[2] != testColor[2] )
++ count;
}
EXPECT_EQ(0, count) << "Vertices should have the same color after writing and reading the OFF file!";
mesh_.release_vertex_colors();
}
#endif // INCLUDE GUARD
#ifndef INCLUDE_UNITTESTS_READ_WRITE_OM_HH
#define INCLUDE_UNITTESTS_READ_WRITE_OM_HH
#include <gtest/gtest.h>
#include <Unittests/unittests_common.hh>
class OpenMeshReadWriteOM : public OpenMeshBase {
protected:
// This function is called before each test is run
virtual void SetUp() {
// Do some initial stuff with the member data here...
}
// This function is called after all tests are through
virtual void TearDown() {
// Do some final stuff with the member data here...
}
// Member already defined in OpenMeshBase
//Mesh mesh_;
};
/*
* ====================================================================
* Define tests below
* ====================================================================
*/
/*
* Just load an om file and set vertex color option before loading
*/
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteOM, LoadSimpleOMForceVertexColorsAlthoughNotAvailable) {
mesh_.clear();
mesh_.request_vertex_colors();
std::string file_name = "cube-minimal.om";
OpenMesh::IO::Options options;
options += OpenMesh::IO::Options::VertexColor;
bool ok = OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, file_name,options);
EXPECT_TRUE(ok) << file_name;
EXPECT_EQ(8u , mesh_.n_vertices()) << "The number of loaded vertices is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(18u , mesh_.n_edges()) << "The number of loaded edges is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(12u , mesh_.n_faces()) << "The number of loaded faces is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(36u , mesh_.n_halfedges()) << "The number of loaded halfedges is not correct!";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_normal()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_texcoord()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_color()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
}
/*
* Just load an om file of a cube with vertex texCoords
*/
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteOM, LoadSimpleOMWithTexCoords) {
mesh_.clear();
mesh_.request_vertex_texcoords2D();
OpenMesh::IO::Options options;
options += OpenMesh::IO::Options::VertexTexCoord;
bool ok = OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, "cube-minimal-texCoords.om",options);
EXPECT_TRUE(ok) << "Unable to load cube-minimal-texCoords.om";
EXPECT_EQ(8u , mesh_.n_vertices()) << "The number of loaded vertices is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(18u , mesh_.n_edges()) << "The number of loaded edges is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(12u , mesh_.n_faces()) << "The number of loaded faces is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(10, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(0))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 0 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(10, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(0))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 0 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(6, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(2))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 2 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(6, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(2))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 2 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(9, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(4))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 4 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(9, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(4))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 4 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(12, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(7))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 7 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(12, mesh_.texcoord2D(mesh_.vertex_handle(7))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 7 component 1";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_normal()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
EXPECT_TRUE(options.vertex_has_texcoord()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_color()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
mesh_.release_vertex_texcoords2D();
}
/*
* Just load an om file of a cube with vertex colors
*/
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteOM, LoadSimpleOMWithVertexColors) {
mesh_.clear();
mesh_.request_vertex_colors();
OpenMesh::IO::Options options;
options += OpenMesh::IO::Options::VertexColor;
bool ok = OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, "cube-minimal-vertexColors.om",options);
EXPECT_TRUE(ok) << "Unable to load cube-minimal-vertexColors.om";
EXPECT_EQ(8u , mesh_.n_vertices()) << "The number of loaded vertices is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(18u , mesh_.n_edges()) << "The number of loaded edges is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(12u , mesh_.n_faces()) << "The number of loaded faces is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(255, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(0))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 0 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(0))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 0 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(0))[2] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 0 component 2";
EXPECT_EQ(255, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(3))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 3 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(3))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 3 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(3))[2] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 3 component 2";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(4))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 4 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(4))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 4 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(255, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(4))[2] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 4 component 2";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(7))[0] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 7 component 0";
EXPECT_EQ(0, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(7))[1] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 7 component 1";
EXPECT_EQ(255, mesh_.color(mesh_.vertex_handle(7))[2] ) << "Wrong vertex color at vertex 7 component 2";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_normal()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
EXPECT_FALSE(options.vertex_has_texcoord()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
EXPECT_TRUE(options.vertex_has_color()) << "Wrong user options are returned!";
mesh_.release_vertex_colors();
}
#endif // INCLUDE GUARD
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#ifndef INCLUDE_UNITTESTS_READ_WRITE_STL_HH
#define INCLUDE_UNITTESTS_READ_WRITE_STL_HH
#include <gtest/gtest.h>
#include <Unittests/unittests_common.hh>
class OpenMeshReadWriteSTL : public OpenMeshBase {
protected:
// This function is called before each test is run
virtual void SetUp() {
// Do some initial stuff with the member data here...
}
// This function is called after all tests are through
virtual void TearDown() {
// Do some final stuff with the member data here...
}
// Member already defined in OpenMeshBase
//Mesh mesh_;
};
/*
* ====================================================================
* Define tests below
* ====================================================================
*/
/*
* Just load a simple mesh file in stla format and count whether
* the right number of entities has been loaded.
*/
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteSTL, LoadSimpleSTLFile) {
mesh_.clear();
bool ok = OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, "cube1.stl");
EXPECT_TRUE(ok);
EXPECT_EQ(7526u , mesh_.n_vertices()) << "The number of loaded vertices is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(22572u , mesh_.n_edges()) << "The number of loaded edges is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(15048u , mesh_.n_faces()) << "The number of loaded faces is not correct!";
}
/*
* Just load a simple mesh file in stlb format and count whether
* the right number of entities has been loaded.
*/
TEST_F(OpenMeshReadWriteSTL, LoadSimpleSTLBinaryFile) {
mesh_.clear();
bool ok = OpenMesh::IO::read_mesh(mesh_, "cube1Binary.stl");
EXPECT_TRUE(ok);
EXPECT_EQ(7526u , mesh_.n_vertices()) << "The number of loaded vertices is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(22572u , mesh_.n_edges()) << "The number of loaded edges is not correct!";
EXPECT_EQ(15048u , mesh_.n_faces()) << "The number of loaded faces is not correct!";
}
#endif // INCLUDE GUARD
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