Commit 3eb5d0f7 authored by João Porto's avatar João Porto

erro de indentacao nos comentarios corrigido

parent f92e6f7f
......@@ -1078,11 +1078,11 @@ class Act(object):
self.tk.write_log(message)
def create_xml(self):
'''
"""
Generate a .XML file, with the file having 'name of the image including its extension'.xml.
This file will take the current xml object from Pascal_Voc_Writer and finalize it,
creating the file in the current directory and moving it towards /pynovisao/data/XML.
'''
"""
self._xml_file.save("{}.xml".format(self._image_name))
current_path=os.getcwd()
current_path=current_path[-1::-1]
......@@ -1096,10 +1096,10 @@ class Act(object):
def run_xml_converter(self):
self.tk.write_log("Started mass annotation process, it may take a while...")
def moveXML(file): #Move the xml files into the 'data/XML' folder
'''
File: string
"""
file: string
Name of the original image.
'''
"""
current_path=os.getcwd()
current_path=current_path[-1::-1]
current_path=current_path[3::1]
......@@ -1110,7 +1110,7 @@ class Act(object):
shutil.move(os.getcwd()+"/{}.xml".format(file),current_path+"/{}.xml".format(file))
def arrasteSeg(imgog, imgseg, LinhaOg, ColunaOg, LinhaSeg, ColunaSeg):
'''
"""
imgog: numpy array
Array of the original image.
imseg: numpy array
......@@ -1123,7 +1123,7 @@ class Act(object):
Current position in the imgog (Y axis).
ColunaSeg: int
Current position in the imseg (Y axis).
'''
"""
#Drags the segment over the original image
l = 0
while(l <= (LinhaOg - LinhaSeg)):
......@@ -1148,7 +1148,7 @@ class Act(object):
l = l + 1
def achaSeg(self, pathS, file, pog, arquivos):
'''
"""
pathS: string
Filepath to the segments folder.
file: string
......@@ -1157,7 +1157,7 @@ class Act(object):
Filepath to original image (file).
arquivos: string array
Segments alredy found in a image.
'''
"""
#Reads all segment files in the given folder (pathS)
tottime = 0
arquivo=os.path.join(pog, file)
......
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