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Has an `L.extend` shortcut.\r\nexport function extend(dest) {\r\n\tvar i, j, len, src;\r\n\r\n\tfor (j = 1, len = arguments.length; j < len; j++) {\r\n\t\tsrc = arguments[j];\r\n\t\tfor (i in src) {\r\n\t\t\tdest[i] = src[i];\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn dest;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function create(proto: Object, properties?: Object): Object\r\n// Compatibility polyfill for [Object.create](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Object/create)\r\nexport var create = Object.create || (function () {\r\n\tfunction F() {}\r\n\treturn function (proto) {\r\n\t\tF.prototype = proto;\r\n\t\treturn new F();\r\n\t};\r\n})();\r\n\r\n// @function bind(fn: Function, …): Function\r\n// Returns a new function bound to the arguments passed, like [Function.prototype.bind](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind).\r\n// Has a `L.bind()` shortcut.\r\nexport function bind(fn, obj) {\r\n\tvar slice = Array.prototype.slice;\r\n\r\n\tif (fn.bind) {\r\n\t\treturn fn.bind.apply(fn, slice.call(arguments, 1));\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tvar args = slice.call(arguments, 2);\r\n\r\n\treturn function () {\r\n\t\treturn fn.apply(obj, args.length ? args.concat(slice.call(arguments)) : arguments);\r\n\t};\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @property lastId: Number\r\n// Last unique ID used by [`stamp()`](#util-stamp)\r\nexport var lastId = 0;\r\n\r\n// @function stamp(obj: Object): Number\r\n// Returns the unique ID of an object, assigning it one if it doesn't have it.\r\nexport function stamp(obj) {\r\n\tif (!('_leaflet_id' in obj)) {\r\n\t\tobj['_leaflet_id'] = ++lastId;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn obj._leaflet_id;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function throttle(fn: Function, time: Number, context: Object): Function\r\n// Returns a function which executes function `fn` with the given scope `context`\r\n// (so that the `this` keyword refers to `context` inside `fn`'s code). The function\r\n// `fn` will be called no more than one time per given amount of `time`. The arguments\r\n// received by the bound function will be any arguments passed when binding the\r\n// function, followed by any arguments passed when invoking the bound function.\r\n// Has an `L.throttle` shortcut.\r\nexport function throttle(fn, time, context) {\r\n\tvar lock, args, wrapperFn, later;\r\n\r\n\tlater = function () {\r\n\t\t// reset lock and call if queued\r\n\t\tlock = false;\r\n\t\tif (args) {\r\n\t\t\twrapperFn.apply(context, args);\r\n\t\t\targs = false;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t};\r\n\r\n\twrapperFn = function () {\r\n\t\tif (lock) {\r\n\t\t\t// called too soon, queue to call later\r\n\t\t\targs = arguments;\r\n\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\t// call and lock until later\r\n\t\t\tfn.apply(context, arguments);\r\n\t\t\tsetTimeout(later, time);\r\n\t\t\tlock = true;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t};\r\n\r\n\treturn wrapperFn;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function wrapNum(num: Number, range: Number[], includeMax?: Boolean): Number\r\n// Returns the number `num` modulo `range` in such a way so it lies within\r\n// `range[0]` and `range[1]`. The returned value will be always smaller than\r\n// `range[1]` unless `includeMax` is set to `true`.\r\nexport function wrapNum(x, range, includeMax) {\r\n\tvar max = range[1],\r\n\t min = range[0],\r\n\t d = max - min;\r\n\treturn x === max && includeMax ? x : ((x - min) % d + d) % d + min;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function falseFn(): Function\r\n// Returns a function which always returns `false`.\r\nexport function falseFn() { return false; }\r\n\r\n// @function formatNum(num: Number, precision?: Number|false): Number\r\n// Returns the number `num` rounded with specified `precision`.\r\n// The default `precision` value is 6 decimal places.\r\n// `false` can be passed to skip any processing (can be useful to avoid round-off errors).\r\nexport function formatNum(num, precision) {\r\n\tif (precision === false) { return num; }\r\n\tvar pow = Math.pow(10, precision === undefined ? 6 : precision);\r\n\treturn Math.round(num * pow) / pow;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function trim(str: String): String\r\n// Compatibility polyfill for [String.prototype.trim](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/Trim)\r\nexport function trim(str) {\r\n\treturn str.trim ? str.trim() : str.replace(/^\\s+|\\s+$/g, '');\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function splitWords(str: String): String[]\r\n// Trims and splits the string on whitespace and returns the array of parts.\r\nexport function splitWords(str) {\r\n\treturn trim(str).split(/\\s+/);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function setOptions(obj: Object, options: Object): Object\r\n// Merges the given properties to the `options` of the `obj` object, returning the resulting options. See `Class options`. Has an `L.setOptions` shortcut.\r\nexport function setOptions(obj, options) {\r\n\tif (!Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(obj, 'options')) {\r\n\t\tobj.options = obj.options ? create(obj.options) : {};\r\n\t}\r\n\tfor (var i in options) {\r\n\t\tobj.options[i] = options[i];\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn obj.options;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getParamString(obj: Object, existingUrl?: String, uppercase?: Boolean): String\r\n// Converts an object into a parameter URL string, e.g. `{a: \"foo\", b: \"bar\"}`\r\n// translates to `'?a=foo&b=bar'`. If `existingUrl` is set, the parameters will\r\n// be appended at the end. If `uppercase` is `true`, the parameter names will\r\n// be uppercased (e.g. `'?A=foo&B=bar'`)\r\nexport function getParamString(obj, existingUrl, uppercase) {\r\n\tvar params = [];\r\n\tfor (var i in obj) {\r\n\t\tparams.push(encodeURIComponent(uppercase ? i.toUpperCase() : i) + '=' + encodeURIComponent(obj[i]));\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn ((!existingUrl || existingUrl.indexOf('?') === -1) ? '?' : '&') + params.join('&');\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar templateRe = /\\{ *([\\w_ -]+) *\\}/g;\r\n\r\n// @function template(str: String, data: Object): String\r\n// Simple templating facility, accepts a template string of the form `'Hello {a}, {b}'`\r\n// and a data object like `{a: 'foo', b: 'bar'}`, returns evaluated string\r\n// `('Hello foo, bar')`. You can also specify functions instead of strings for\r\n// data values — they will be evaluated passing `data` as an argument.\r\nexport function template(str, data) {\r\n\treturn str.replace(templateRe, function (str, key) {\r\n\t\tvar value = data[key];\r\n\r\n\t\tif (value === undefined) {\r\n\t\t\tthrow new Error('No value provided for variable ' + str);\r\n\r\n\t\t} else if (typeof value === 'function') {\r\n\t\t\tvalue = value(data);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\treturn value;\r\n\t});\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function isArray(obj): Boolean\r\n// Compatibility polyfill for [Array.isArray](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/isArray)\r\nexport var isArray = Array.isArray || function (obj) {\r\n\treturn (Object.prototype.toString.call(obj) === '[object Array]');\r\n};\r\n\r\n// @function indexOf(array: Array, el: Object): Number\r\n// Compatibility polyfill for [Array.prototype.indexOf](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/indexOf)\r\nexport function indexOf(array, el) {\r\n\tfor (var i = 0; i < array.length; i++) {\r\n\t\tif (array[i] === el) { return i; }\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn -1;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @property emptyImageUrl: String\r\n// Data URI string containing a base64-encoded empty GIF image.\r\n// Used as a hack to free memory from unused images on WebKit-powered\r\n// mobile devices (by setting image `src` to this string).\r\nexport var emptyImageUrl = 'data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAD/ACwAAAAAAQABAAACADs=';\r\n\r\n// inspired by https://paulirish.com/2011/requestanimationframe-for-smart-animating/\r\n\r\nfunction getPrefixed(name) {\r\n\treturn window['webkit' + name] || window['moz' + name] || window['ms' + name];\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar lastTime = 0;\r\n\r\n// fallback for IE 7-8\r\nfunction timeoutDefer(fn) {\r\n\tvar time = +new Date(),\r\n\t timeToCall = Math.max(0, 16 - (time - lastTime));\r\n\r\n\tlastTime = time + timeToCall;\r\n\treturn window.setTimeout(fn, timeToCall);\r\n}\r\n\r\nexport var requestFn = window.requestAnimationFrame || getPrefixed('RequestAnimationFrame') || timeoutDefer;\r\nexport var cancelFn = window.cancelAnimationFrame || getPrefixed('CancelAnimationFrame') ||\r\n\t\tgetPrefixed('CancelRequestAnimationFrame') || function (id) { window.clearTimeout(id); };\r\n\r\n// @function requestAnimFrame(fn: Function, context?: Object, immediate?: Boolean): Number\r\n// Schedules `fn` to be executed when the browser repaints. `fn` is bound to\r\n// `context` if given. When `immediate` is set, `fn` is called immediately if\r\n// the browser doesn't have native support for\r\n// [`window.requestAnimationFrame`](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/window/requestAnimationFrame),\r\n// otherwise it's delayed. Returns a request ID that can be used to cancel the request.\r\nexport function requestAnimFrame(fn, context, immediate) {\r\n\tif (immediate && requestFn === timeoutDefer) {\r\n\t\tfn.call(context);\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\treturn requestFn.call(window, bind(fn, context));\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function cancelAnimFrame(id: Number): undefined\r\n// Cancels a previous `requestAnimFrame`. See also [window.cancelAnimationFrame](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/window/cancelAnimationFrame).\r\nexport function cancelAnimFrame(id) {\r\n\tif (id) {\r\n\t\tcancelFn.call(window, id);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n","import * as Util from './Util';\r\n\r\n// @class Class\r\n// @aka L.Class\r\n\r\n// @section\r\n// @uninheritable\r\n\r\n// Thanks to John Resig and Dean Edwards for inspiration!\r\n\r\nexport function Class() {}\r\n\r\nClass.extend = function (props) {\r\n\r\n\t// @function extend(props: Object): Function\r\n\t// [Extends the current class](#class-inheritance) given the properties to be included.\r\n\t// Returns a Javascript function that is a class constructor (to be called with `new`).\r\n\tvar NewClass = function () {\r\n\r\n\t\tUtil.setOptions(this);\r\n\r\n\t\t// call the constructor\r\n\t\tif (this.initialize) {\r\n\t\t\tthis.initialize.apply(this, arguments);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t// call all constructor hooks\r\n\t\tthis.callInitHooks();\r\n\t};\r\n\r\n\tvar parentProto = NewClass.__super__ = this.prototype;\r\n\r\n\tvar proto = Util.create(parentProto);\r\n\tproto.constructor = NewClass;\r\n\r\n\tNewClass.prototype = proto;\r\n\r\n\t// inherit parent's statics\r\n\tfor (var i in this) {\r\n\t\tif (Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(this, i) && i !== 'prototype' && i !== '__super__') {\r\n\t\t\tNewClass[i] = this[i];\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\t// mix static properties into the class\r\n\tif (props.statics) {\r\n\t\tUtil.extend(NewClass, props.statics);\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\t// mix includes into the prototype\r\n\tif (props.includes) {\r\n\t\tcheckDeprecatedMixinEvents(props.includes);\r\n\t\tUtil.extend.apply(null, [proto].concat(props.includes));\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\t// mix given properties into the prototype\r\n\tUtil.extend(proto, props);\r\n\tdelete proto.statics;\r\n\tdelete proto.includes;\r\n\r\n\t// merge options\r\n\tif (proto.options) {\r\n\t\tproto.options = parentProto.options ? Util.create(parentProto.options) : {};\r\n\t\tUtil.extend(proto.options, props.options);\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tproto._initHooks = [];\r\n\r\n\t// add method for calling all hooks\r\n\tproto.callInitHooks = function () {\r\n\r\n\t\tif (this._initHooksCalled) { return; }\r\n\r\n\t\tif (parentProto.callInitHooks) {\r\n\t\t\tparentProto.callInitHooks.call(this);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tthis._initHooksCalled = true;\r\n\r\n\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = proto._initHooks.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\tproto._initHooks[i].call(this);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t};\r\n\r\n\treturn NewClass;\r\n};\r\n\r\n\r\n// @function include(properties: Object): this\r\n// [Includes a mixin](#class-includes) into the current class.\r\nClass.include = function (props) {\r\n\tvar parentOptions = this.prototype.options;\r\n\tUtil.extend(this.prototype, props);\r\n\tif (props.options) {\r\n\t\tthis.prototype.options = parentOptions;\r\n\t\tthis.mergeOptions(props.options);\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn this;\r\n};\r\n\r\n// @function mergeOptions(options: Object): this\r\n// [Merges `options`](#class-options) into the defaults of the class.\r\nClass.mergeOptions = function (options) {\r\n\tUtil.extend(this.prototype.options, options);\r\n\treturn this;\r\n};\r\n\r\n// @function addInitHook(fn: Function): this\r\n// Adds a [constructor hook](#class-constructor-hooks) to the class.\r\nClass.addInitHook = function (fn) { // (Function) || (String, args...)\r\n\tvar args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1);\r\n\r\n\tvar init = typeof fn === 'function' ? fn : function () {\r\n\t\tthis[fn].apply(this, args);\r\n\t};\r\n\r\n\tthis.prototype._initHooks = this.prototype._initHooks || [];\r\n\tthis.prototype._initHooks.push(init);\r\n\treturn this;\r\n};\r\n\r\nfunction checkDeprecatedMixinEvents(includes) {\r\n\t/* global L: true */\r\n\tif (typeof L === 'undefined' || !L || !L.Mixin) { return; }\r\n\r\n\tincludes = Util.isArray(includes) ? includes : [includes];\r\n\r\n\tfor (var i = 0; i < includes.length; i++) {\r\n\t\tif (includes[i] === L.Mixin.Events) {\r\n\t\t\tconsole.warn('Deprecated include of L.Mixin.Events: ' +\r\n\t\t\t\t'this property will be removed in future releases, ' +\r\n\t\t\t\t'please inherit from L.Evented instead.', new Error().stack);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n","import {Class} from './Class';\r\nimport * as Util from './Util';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @class Evented\r\n * @aka L.Evented\r\n * @inherits Class\r\n *\r\n * A set of methods shared between event-powered classes (like `Map` and `Marker`). Generally, events allow you to execute some function when something happens with an object (e.g. the user clicks on the map, causing the map to fire `'click'` event).\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * map.on('click', function(e) {\r\n * \talert(e.latlng);\r\n * } );\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * Leaflet deals with event listeners by reference, so if you want to add a listener and then remove it, define it as a function:\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * function onClick(e) { ... }\r\n *\r\n * map.on('click', onClick);\r\n * map.off('click', onClick);\r\n * ```\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport var Events = {\r\n\t/* @method on(type: String, fn: Function, context?: Object): this\r\n\t * Adds a listener function (`fn`) to a particular event type of the object. You can optionally specify the context of the listener (object the this keyword will point to). You can also pass several space-separated types (e.g. `'click dblclick'`).\r\n\t *\r\n\t * @alternative\r\n\t * @method on(eventMap: Object): this\r\n\t * Adds a set of type/listener pairs, e.g. `{click: onClick, mousemove: onMouseMove}`\r\n\t */\r\n\ton: function (types, fn, context) {\r\n\r\n\t\t// types can be a map of types/handlers\r\n\t\tif (typeof types === 'object') {\r\n\t\t\tfor (var type in types) {\r\n\t\t\t\t// we don't process space-separated events here for performance;\r\n\t\t\t\t// it's a hot path since Layer uses the on(obj) syntax\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._on(type, types[type], fn);\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\t// types can be a string of space-separated words\r\n\t\t\ttypes = Util.splitWords(types);\r\n\r\n\t\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = types.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._on(types[i], fn, context);\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t/* @method off(type: String, fn?: Function, context?: Object): this\r\n\t * Removes a previously added listener function. If no function is specified, it will remove all the listeners of that particular event from the object. Note that if you passed a custom context to `on`, you must pass the same context to `off` in order to remove the listener.\r\n\t *\r\n\t * @alternative\r\n\t * @method off(eventMap: Object): this\r\n\t * Removes a set of type/listener pairs.\r\n\t *\r\n\t * @alternative\r\n\t * @method off: this\r\n\t * Removes all listeners to all events on the object. This includes implicitly attached events.\r\n\t */\r\n\toff: function (types, fn, context) {\r\n\r\n\t\tif (!arguments.length) {\r\n\t\t\t// clear all listeners if called without arguments\r\n\t\t\tdelete this._events;\r\n\r\n\t\t} else if (typeof types === 'object') {\r\n\t\t\tfor (var type in types) {\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._off(type, types[type], fn);\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\ttypes = Util.splitWords(types);\r\n\r\n\t\t\tvar removeAll = arguments.length === 1;\r\n\t\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = types.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\t\tif (removeAll) {\r\n\t\t\t\t\tthis._off(types[i]);\r\n\t\t\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\t\t\tthis._off(types[i], fn, context);\r\n\t\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// attach listener (without syntactic sugar now)\r\n\t_on: function (type, fn, context, _once) {\r\n\t\tif (typeof fn !== 'function') {\r\n\t\t\tconsole.warn('wrong listener type: ' + typeof fn);\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t// check if fn already there\r\n\t\tif (this._listens(type, fn, context) !== false) {\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (context === this) {\r\n\t\t\t// Less memory footprint.\r\n\t\t\tcontext = undefined;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tvar newListener = {fn: fn, ctx: context};\r\n\t\tif (_once) {\r\n\t\t\tnewListener.once = true;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tthis._events = this._events || {};\r\n\t\tthis._events[type] = this._events[type] || [];\r\n\t\tthis._events[type].push(newListener);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_off: function (type, fn, context) {\r\n\t\tvar listeners,\r\n\t\t i,\r\n\t\t len;\r\n\r\n\t\tif (!this._events) {\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tlisteners = this._events[type];\r\n\t\tif (!listeners) {\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (arguments.length === 1) { // remove all\r\n\t\t\tif (this._firingCount) {\r\n\t\t\t\t// Set all removed listeners to noop\r\n\t\t\t\t// so they are not called if remove happens in fire\r\n\t\t\t\tfor (i = 0, len = listeners.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\t\t\tlisteners[i].fn = Util.falseFn;\r\n\t\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t\t// clear all listeners for a type if function isn't specified\r\n\t\t\tdelete this._events[type];\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (typeof fn !== 'function') {\r\n\t\t\tconsole.warn('wrong listener type: ' + typeof fn);\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t// find fn and remove it\r\n\t\tvar index = this._listens(type, fn, context);\r\n\t\tif (index !== false) {\r\n\t\t\tvar listener = listeners[index];\r\n\t\t\tif (this._firingCount) {\r\n\t\t\t\t// set the removed listener to noop so that's not called if remove happens in fire\r\n\t\t\t\tlistener.fn = Util.falseFn;\r\n\r\n\t\t\t\t/* copy array in case events are being fired */\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._events[type] = listeners = listeners.slice();\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t\tlisteners.splice(index, 1);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method fire(type: String, data?: Object, propagate?: Boolean): this\r\n\t// Fires an event of the specified type. You can optionally provide a data\r\n\t// object — the first argument of the listener function will contain its\r\n\t// properties. The event can optionally be propagated to event parents.\r\n\tfire: function (type, data, propagate) {\r\n\t\tif (!this.listens(type, propagate)) { return this; }\r\n\r\n\t\tvar event = Util.extend({}, data, {\r\n\t\t\ttype: type,\r\n\t\t\ttarget: this,\r\n\t\t\tsourceTarget: data && data.sourceTarget || this\r\n\t\t});\r\n\r\n\t\tif (this._events) {\r\n\t\t\tvar listeners = this._events[type];\r\n\t\t\tif (listeners) {\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._firingCount = (this._firingCount + 1) || 1;\r\n\t\t\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = listeners.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\t\t\tvar l = listeners[i];\r\n\t\t\t\t\t// off overwrites l.fn, so we need to copy fn to a var\r\n\t\t\t\t\tvar fn = l.fn;\r\n\t\t\t\t\tif (l.once) {\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\tthis.off(type, fn, l.ctx);\r\n\t\t\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t\t\t\tfn.call(l.ctx || this, event);\r\n\t\t\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._firingCount--;\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (propagate) {\r\n\t\t\t// propagate the event to parents (set with addEventParent)\r\n\t\t\tthis._propagateEvent(event);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method listens(type: String, propagate?: Boolean): Boolean\r\n\t// @method listens(type: String, fn: Function, context?: Object, propagate?: Boolean): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if a particular event type has any listeners attached to it.\r\n\t// The verification can optionally be propagated, it will return `true` if parents have the listener attached to it.\r\n\tlistens: function (type, fn, context, propagate) {\r\n\t\tif (typeof type !== 'string') {\r\n\t\t\tconsole.warn('\"string\" type argument expected');\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t// we don't overwrite the input `fn` value, because we need to use it for propagation\r\n\t\tvar _fn = fn;\r\n\t\tif (typeof fn !== 'function') {\r\n\t\t\tpropagate = !!fn;\r\n\t\t\t_fn = undefined;\r\n\t\t\tcontext = undefined;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tvar listeners = this._events && this._events[type];\r\n\t\tif (listeners && listeners.length) {\r\n\t\t\tif (this._listens(type, _fn, context) !== false) {\r\n\t\t\t\treturn true;\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (propagate) {\r\n\t\t\t// also check parents for listeners if event propagates\r\n\t\t\tfor (var id in this._eventParents) {\r\n\t\t\t\tif (this._eventParents[id].listens(type, fn, context, propagate)) { return true; }\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\treturn false;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// returns the index (number) or false\r\n\t_listens: function (type, fn, context) {\r\n\t\tif (!this._events) {\r\n\t\t\treturn false;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tvar listeners = this._events[type] || [];\r\n\t\tif (!fn) {\r\n\t\t\treturn !!listeners.length;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (context === this) {\r\n\t\t\t// Less memory footprint.\r\n\t\t\tcontext = undefined;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = listeners.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\tif (listeners[i].fn === fn && listeners[i].ctx === context) {\r\n\t\t\t\treturn i;\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\treturn false;\r\n\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method once(…): this\r\n\t// Behaves as [`on(…)`](#evented-on), except the listener will only get fired once and then removed.\r\n\tonce: function (types, fn, context) {\r\n\r\n\t\t// types can be a map of types/handlers\r\n\t\tif (typeof types === 'object') {\r\n\t\t\tfor (var type in types) {\r\n\t\t\t\t// we don't process space-separated events here for performance;\r\n\t\t\t\t// it's a hot path since Layer uses the on(obj) syntax\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._on(type, types[type], fn, true);\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\t// types can be a string of space-separated words\r\n\t\t\ttypes = Util.splitWords(types);\r\n\r\n\t\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = types.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\t\tthis._on(types[i], fn, context, true);\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method addEventParent(obj: Evented): this\r\n\t// Adds an event parent - an `Evented` that will receive propagated events\r\n\taddEventParent: function (obj) {\r\n\t\tthis._eventParents = this._eventParents || {};\r\n\t\tthis._eventParents[Util.stamp(obj)] = obj;\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method removeEventParent(obj: Evented): this\r\n\t// Removes an event parent, so it will stop receiving propagated events\r\n\tremoveEventParent: function (obj) {\r\n\t\tif (this._eventParents) {\r\n\t\t\tdelete this._eventParents[Util.stamp(obj)];\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_propagateEvent: function (e) {\r\n\t\tfor (var id in this._eventParents) {\r\n\t\t\tthis._eventParents[id].fire(e.type, Util.extend({\r\n\t\t\t\tlayer: e.target,\r\n\t\t\t\tpropagatedFrom: e.target\r\n\t\t\t}, e), true);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n};\r\n\r\n// aliases; we should ditch those eventually\r\n\r\n// @method addEventListener(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`on(…)`](#evented-on)\r\nEvents.addEventListener = Events.on;\r\n\r\n// @method removeEventListener(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`off(…)`](#evented-off)\r\n\r\n// @method clearAllEventListeners(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`off()`](#evented-off)\r\nEvents.removeEventListener = Events.clearAllEventListeners = Events.off;\r\n\r\n// @method addOneTimeEventListener(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`once(…)`](#evented-once)\r\nEvents.addOneTimeEventListener = Events.once;\r\n\r\n// @method fireEvent(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`fire(…)`](#evented-fire)\r\nEvents.fireEvent = Events.fire;\r\n\r\n// @method hasEventListeners(…): Boolean\r\n// Alias to [`listens(…)`](#evented-listens)\r\nEvents.hasEventListeners = Events.listens;\r\n\r\nexport var Evented = Class.extend(Events);\r\n","import {isArray, formatNum} from '../core/Util';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @class Point\r\n * @aka L.Point\r\n *\r\n * Represents a point with `x` and `y` coordinates in pixels.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * var point = L.point(200, 300);\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * All Leaflet methods and options that accept `Point` objects also accept them in a simple Array form (unless noted otherwise), so these lines are equivalent:\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * map.panBy([200, 300]);\r\n * map.panBy(L.point(200, 300));\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * Note that `Point` does not inherit from Leaflet's `Class` object,\r\n * which means new classes can't inherit from it, and new methods\r\n * can't be added to it with the `include` function.\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport function Point(x, y, round) {\r\n\t// @property x: Number; The `x` coordinate of the point\r\n\tthis.x = (round ? Math.round(x) : x);\r\n\t// @property y: Number; The `y` coordinate of the point\r\n\tthis.y = (round ? Math.round(y) : y);\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar trunc = Math.trunc || function (v) {\r\n\treturn v > 0 ? Math.floor(v) : Math.ceil(v);\r\n};\r\n\r\nPoint.prototype = {\r\n\r\n\t// @method clone(): Point\r\n\t// Returns a copy of the current point.\r\n\tclone: function () {\r\n\t\treturn new Point(this.x, this.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method add(otherPoint: Point): Point\r\n\t// Returns the result of addition of the current and the given points.\r\n\tadd: function (point) {\r\n\t\t// non-destructive, returns a new point\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._add(toPoint(point));\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_add: function (point) {\r\n\t\t// destructive, used directly for performance in situations where it's safe to modify existing point\r\n\t\tthis.x += point.x;\r\n\t\tthis.y += point.y;\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method subtract(otherPoint: Point): Point\r\n\t// Returns the result of subtraction of the given point from the current.\r\n\tsubtract: function (point) {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._subtract(toPoint(point));\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_subtract: function (point) {\r\n\t\tthis.x -= point.x;\r\n\t\tthis.y -= point.y;\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method divideBy(num: Number): Point\r\n\t// Returns the result of division of the current point by the given number.\r\n\tdivideBy: function (num) {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._divideBy(num);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_divideBy: function (num) {\r\n\t\tthis.x /= num;\r\n\t\tthis.y /= num;\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method multiplyBy(num: Number): Point\r\n\t// Returns the result of multiplication of the current point by the given number.\r\n\tmultiplyBy: function (num) {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._multiplyBy(num);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_multiplyBy: function (num) {\r\n\t\tthis.x *= num;\r\n\t\tthis.y *= num;\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method scaleBy(scale: Point): Point\r\n\t// Multiply each coordinate of the current point by each coordinate of\r\n\t// `scale`. In linear algebra terms, multiply the point by the\r\n\t// [scaling matrix](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaling_%28geometry%29#Matrix_representation)\r\n\t// defined by `scale`.\r\n\tscaleBy: function (point) {\r\n\t\treturn new Point(this.x * point.x, this.y * point.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method unscaleBy(scale: Point): Point\r\n\t// Inverse of `scaleBy`. Divide each coordinate of the current point by\r\n\t// each coordinate of `scale`.\r\n\tunscaleBy: function (point) {\r\n\t\treturn new Point(this.x / point.x, this.y / point.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method round(): Point\r\n\t// Returns a copy of the current point with rounded coordinates.\r\n\tround: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._round();\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_round: function () {\r\n\t\tthis.x = Math.round(this.x);\r\n\t\tthis.y = Math.round(this.y);\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method floor(): Point\r\n\t// Returns a copy of the current point with floored coordinates (rounded down).\r\n\tfloor: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._floor();\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_floor: function () {\r\n\t\tthis.x = Math.floor(this.x);\r\n\t\tthis.y = Math.floor(this.y);\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method ceil(): Point\r\n\t// Returns a copy of the current point with ceiled coordinates (rounded up).\r\n\tceil: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._ceil();\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_ceil: function () {\r\n\t\tthis.x = Math.ceil(this.x);\r\n\t\tthis.y = Math.ceil(this.y);\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method trunc(): Point\r\n\t// Returns a copy of the current point with truncated coordinates (rounded towards zero).\r\n\ttrunc: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.clone()._trunc();\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t_trunc: function () {\r\n\t\tthis.x = trunc(this.x);\r\n\t\tthis.y = trunc(this.y);\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method distanceTo(otherPoint: Point): Number\r\n\t// Returns the cartesian distance between the current and the given points.\r\n\tdistanceTo: function (point) {\r\n\t\tpoint = toPoint(point);\r\n\r\n\t\tvar x = point.x - this.x,\r\n\t\t y = point.y - this.y;\r\n\r\n\t\treturn Math.sqrt(x * x + y * y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method equals(otherPoint: Point): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the given point has the same coordinates.\r\n\tequals: function (point) {\r\n\t\tpoint = toPoint(point);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn point.x === this.x &&\r\n\t\t point.y === this.y;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method contains(otherPoint: Point): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if both coordinates of the given point are less than the corresponding current point coordinates (in absolute values).\r\n\tcontains: function (point) {\r\n\t\tpoint = toPoint(point);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn Math.abs(point.x) <= Math.abs(this.x) &&\r\n\t\t Math.abs(point.y) <= Math.abs(this.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method toString(): String\r\n\t// Returns a string representation of the point for debugging purposes.\r\n\ttoString: function () {\r\n\t\treturn 'Point(' +\r\n\t\t formatNum(this.x) + ', ' +\r\n\t\t formatNum(this.y) + ')';\r\n\t}\r\n};\r\n\r\n// @factory L.point(x: Number, y: Number, round?: Boolean)\r\n// Creates a Point object with the given `x` and `y` coordinates. If optional `round` is set to true, rounds the `x` and `y` values.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.point(coords: Number[])\r\n// Expects an array of the form `[x, y]` instead.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.point(coords: Object)\r\n// Expects a plain object of the form `{x: Number, y: Number}` instead.\r\nexport function toPoint(x, y, round) {\r\n\tif (x instanceof Point) {\r\n\t\treturn x;\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (isArray(x)) {\r\n\t\treturn new Point(x[0], x[1]);\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (x === undefined || x === null) {\r\n\t\treturn x;\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (typeof x === 'object' && 'x' in x && 'y' in x) {\r\n\t\treturn new Point(x.x, x.y);\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn new Point(x, y, round);\r\n}\r\n","import {Point, toPoint} from './Point';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @class Bounds\r\n * @aka L.Bounds\r\n *\r\n * Represents a rectangular area in pixel coordinates.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * var p1 = L.point(10, 10),\r\n * p2 = L.point(40, 60),\r\n * bounds = L.bounds(p1, p2);\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * All Leaflet methods that accept `Bounds` objects also accept them in a simple Array form (unless noted otherwise), so the bounds example above can be passed like this:\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * otherBounds.intersects([[10, 10], [40, 60]]);\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * Note that `Bounds` does not inherit from Leaflet's `Class` object,\r\n * which means new classes can't inherit from it, and new methods\r\n * can't be added to it with the `include` function.\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport function Bounds(a, b) {\r\n\tif (!a) { return; }\r\n\r\n\tvar points = b ? [a, b] : a;\r\n\r\n\tfor (var i = 0, len = points.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\tthis.extend(points[i]);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\nBounds.prototype = {\r\n\t// @method extend(point: Point): this\r\n\t// Extends the bounds to contain the given point.\r\n\r\n\t// @alternative\r\n\t// @method extend(otherBounds: Bounds): this\r\n\t// Extend the bounds to contain the given bounds\r\n\textend: function (obj) {\r\n\t\tvar min2, max2;\r\n\t\tif (!obj) { return this; }\r\n\r\n\t\tif (obj instanceof Point || typeof obj[0] === 'number' || 'x' in obj) {\r\n\t\t\tmin2 = max2 = toPoint(obj);\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tobj = toBounds(obj);\r\n\t\t\tmin2 = obj.min;\r\n\t\t\tmax2 = obj.max;\r\n\r\n\t\t\tif (!min2 || !max2) { return this; }\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t// @property min: Point\r\n\t\t// The top left corner of the rectangle.\r\n\t\t// @property max: Point\r\n\t\t// The bottom right corner of the rectangle.\r\n\t\tif (!this.min && !this.max) {\r\n\t\t\tthis.min = min2.clone();\r\n\t\t\tthis.max = max2.clone();\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tthis.min.x = Math.min(min2.x, this.min.x);\r\n\t\t\tthis.max.x = Math.max(max2.x, this.max.x);\r\n\t\t\tthis.min.y = Math.min(min2.y, this.min.y);\r\n\t\t\tthis.max.y = Math.max(max2.y, this.max.y);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getCenter(round?: Boolean): Point\r\n\t// Returns the center point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetCenter: function (round) {\r\n\t\treturn toPoint(\r\n\t\t (this.min.x + this.max.x) / 2,\r\n\t\t (this.min.y + this.max.y) / 2, round);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getBottomLeft(): Point\r\n\t// Returns the bottom-left point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetBottomLeft: function () {\r\n\t\treturn toPoint(this.min.x, this.max.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getTopRight(): Point\r\n\t// Returns the top-right point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetTopRight: function () { // -> Point\r\n\t\treturn toPoint(this.max.x, this.min.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getTopLeft(): Point\r\n\t// Returns the top-left point of the bounds (i.e. [`this.min`](#bounds-min)).\r\n\tgetTopLeft: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.min; // left, top\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getBottomRight(): Point\r\n\t// Returns the bottom-right point of the bounds (i.e. [`this.max`](#bounds-max)).\r\n\tgetBottomRight: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.max; // right, bottom\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getSize(): Point\r\n\t// Returns the size of the given bounds\r\n\tgetSize: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this.max.subtract(this.min);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method contains(otherBounds: Bounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle contains the given one.\r\n\t// @alternative\r\n\t// @method contains(point: Point): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle contains the given point.\r\n\tcontains: function (obj) {\r\n\t\tvar min, max;\r\n\r\n\t\tif (typeof obj[0] === 'number' || obj instanceof Point) {\r\n\t\t\tobj = toPoint(obj);\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tobj = toBounds(obj);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (obj instanceof Bounds) {\r\n\t\t\tmin = obj.min;\r\n\t\t\tmax = obj.max;\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tmin = max = obj;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn (min.x >= this.min.x) &&\r\n\t\t (max.x <= this.max.x) &&\r\n\t\t (min.y >= this.min.y) &&\r\n\t\t (max.y <= this.max.y);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method intersects(otherBounds: Bounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle intersects the given bounds. Two bounds\r\n\t// intersect if they have at least one point in common.\r\n\tintersects: function (bounds) { // (Bounds) -> Boolean\r\n\t\tbounds = toBounds(bounds);\r\n\r\n\t\tvar min = this.min,\r\n\t\t max = this.max,\r\n\t\t min2 = bounds.min,\r\n\t\t max2 = bounds.max,\r\n\t\t xIntersects = (max2.x >= min.x) && (min2.x <= max.x),\r\n\t\t yIntersects = (max2.y >= min.y) && (min2.y <= max.y);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn xIntersects && yIntersects;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method overlaps(otherBounds: Bounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle overlaps the given bounds. Two bounds\r\n\t// overlap if their intersection is an area.\r\n\toverlaps: function (bounds) { // (Bounds) -> Boolean\r\n\t\tbounds = toBounds(bounds);\r\n\r\n\t\tvar min = this.min,\r\n\t\t max = this.max,\r\n\t\t min2 = bounds.min,\r\n\t\t max2 = bounds.max,\r\n\t\t xOverlaps = (max2.x > min.x) && (min2.x < max.x),\r\n\t\t yOverlaps = (max2.y > min.y) && (min2.y < max.y);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn xOverlaps && yOverlaps;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method isValid(): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the bounds are properly initialized.\r\n\tisValid: function () {\r\n\t\treturn !!(this.min && this.max);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\r\n\t// @method pad(bufferRatio: Number): Bounds\r\n\t// Returns bounds created by extending or retracting the current bounds by a given ratio in each direction.\r\n\t// For example, a ratio of 0.5 extends the bounds by 50% in each direction.\r\n\t// Negative values will retract the bounds.\r\n\tpad: function (bufferRatio) {\r\n\t\tvar min = this.min,\r\n\t\tmax = this.max,\r\n\t\theightBuffer = Math.abs(min.x - max.x) * bufferRatio,\r\n\t\twidthBuffer = Math.abs(min.y - max.y) * bufferRatio;\r\n\r\n\r\n\t\treturn toBounds(\r\n\t\t\ttoPoint(min.x - heightBuffer, min.y - widthBuffer),\r\n\t\t\ttoPoint(max.x + heightBuffer, max.y + widthBuffer));\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\r\n\t// @method equals(otherBounds: Bounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle is equivalent to the given bounds.\r\n\tequals: function (bounds) {\r\n\t\tif (!bounds) { return false; }\r\n\r\n\t\tbounds = toBounds(bounds);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this.min.equals(bounds.getTopLeft()) &&\r\n\t\t\tthis.max.equals(bounds.getBottomRight());\r\n\t},\r\n};\r\n\r\n\r\n// @factory L.bounds(corner1: Point, corner2: Point)\r\n// Creates a Bounds object from two corners coordinate pairs.\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.bounds(points: Point[])\r\n// Creates a Bounds object from the given array of points.\r\nexport function toBounds(a, b) {\r\n\tif (!a || a instanceof Bounds) {\r\n\t\treturn a;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn new Bounds(a, b);\r\n}\r\n","import {LatLng, toLatLng} from './LatLng';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @class LatLngBounds\r\n * @aka L.LatLngBounds\r\n *\r\n * Represents a rectangular geographical area on a map.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * var corner1 = L.latLng(40.712, -74.227),\r\n * corner2 = L.latLng(40.774, -74.125),\r\n * bounds = L.latLngBounds(corner1, corner2);\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * All Leaflet methods that accept LatLngBounds objects also accept them in a simple Array form (unless noted otherwise), so the bounds example above can be passed like this:\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * map.fitBounds([\r\n * \t[40.712, -74.227],\r\n * \t[40.774, -74.125]\r\n * ]);\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * Caution: if the area crosses the antimeridian (often confused with the International Date Line), you must specify corners _outside_ the [-180, 180] degrees longitude range.\r\n *\r\n * Note that `LatLngBounds` does not inherit from Leaflet's `Class` object,\r\n * which means new classes can't inherit from it, and new methods\r\n * can't be added to it with the `include` function.\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport function LatLngBounds(corner1, corner2) { // (LatLng, LatLng) or (LatLng[])\r\n\tif (!corner1) { return; }\r\n\r\n\tvar latlngs = corner2 ? [corner1, corner2] : corner1;\r\n\r\n\tfor (var i = 0, len = latlngs.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\tthis.extend(latlngs[i]);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\nLatLngBounds.prototype = {\r\n\r\n\t// @method extend(latlng: LatLng): this\r\n\t// Extend the bounds to contain the given point\r\n\r\n\t// @alternative\r\n\t// @method extend(otherBounds: LatLngBounds): this\r\n\t// Extend the bounds to contain the given bounds\r\n\textend: function (obj) {\r\n\t\tvar sw = this._southWest,\r\n\t\t ne = this._northEast,\r\n\t\t sw2, ne2;\r\n\r\n\t\tif (obj instanceof LatLng) {\r\n\t\t\tsw2 = obj;\r\n\t\t\tne2 = obj;\r\n\r\n\t\t} else if (obj instanceof LatLngBounds) {\r\n\t\t\tsw2 = obj._southWest;\r\n\t\t\tne2 = obj._northEast;\r\n\r\n\t\t\tif (!sw2 || !ne2) { return this; }\r\n\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\treturn obj ? this.extend(toLatLng(obj) || toLatLngBounds(obj)) : this;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (!sw && !ne) {\r\n\t\t\tthis._southWest = new LatLng(sw2.lat, sw2.lng);\r\n\t\t\tthis._northEast = new LatLng(ne2.lat, ne2.lng);\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tsw.lat = Math.min(sw2.lat, sw.lat);\r\n\t\t\tsw.lng = Math.min(sw2.lng, sw.lng);\r\n\t\t\tne.lat = Math.max(ne2.lat, ne.lat);\r\n\t\t\tne.lng = Math.max(ne2.lng, ne.lng);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method pad(bufferRatio: Number): LatLngBounds\r\n\t// Returns bounds created by extending or retracting the current bounds by a given ratio in each direction.\r\n\t// For example, a ratio of 0.5 extends the bounds by 50% in each direction.\r\n\t// Negative values will retract the bounds.\r\n\tpad: function (bufferRatio) {\r\n\t\tvar sw = this._southWest,\r\n\t\t ne = this._northEast,\r\n\t\t heightBuffer = Math.abs(sw.lat - ne.lat) * bufferRatio,\r\n\t\t widthBuffer = Math.abs(sw.lng - ne.lng) * bufferRatio;\r\n\r\n\t\treturn new LatLngBounds(\r\n\t\t new LatLng(sw.lat - heightBuffer, sw.lng - widthBuffer),\r\n\t\t new LatLng(ne.lat + heightBuffer, ne.lng + widthBuffer));\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getCenter(): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns the center point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetCenter: function () {\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(\r\n\t\t (this._southWest.lat + this._northEast.lat) / 2,\r\n\t\t (this._southWest.lng + this._northEast.lng) / 2);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getSouthWest(): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns the south-west point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetSouthWest: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this._southWest;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getNorthEast(): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns the north-east point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetNorthEast: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this._northEast;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getNorthWest(): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns the north-west point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetNorthWest: function () {\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(this.getNorth(), this.getWest());\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getSouthEast(): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns the south-east point of the bounds.\r\n\tgetSouthEast: function () {\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(this.getSouth(), this.getEast());\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getWest(): Number\r\n\t// Returns the west longitude of the bounds\r\n\tgetWest: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this._southWest.lng;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getSouth(): Number\r\n\t// Returns the south latitude of the bounds\r\n\tgetSouth: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this._southWest.lat;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getEast(): Number\r\n\t// Returns the east longitude of the bounds\r\n\tgetEast: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this._northEast.lng;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getNorth(): Number\r\n\t// Returns the north latitude of the bounds\r\n\tgetNorth: function () {\r\n\t\treturn this._northEast.lat;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method contains(otherBounds: LatLngBounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle contains the given one.\r\n\r\n\t// @alternative\r\n\t// @method contains (latlng: LatLng): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle contains the given point.\r\n\tcontains: function (obj) { // (LatLngBounds) or (LatLng) -> Boolean\r\n\t\tif (typeof obj[0] === 'number' || obj instanceof LatLng || 'lat' in obj) {\r\n\t\t\tobj = toLatLng(obj);\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tobj = toLatLngBounds(obj);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tvar sw = this._southWest,\r\n\t\t ne = this._northEast,\r\n\t\t sw2, ne2;\r\n\r\n\t\tif (obj instanceof LatLngBounds) {\r\n\t\t\tsw2 = obj.getSouthWest();\r\n\t\t\tne2 = obj.getNorthEast();\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tsw2 = ne2 = obj;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\treturn (sw2.lat >= sw.lat) && (ne2.lat <= ne.lat) &&\r\n\t\t (sw2.lng >= sw.lng) && (ne2.lng <= ne.lng);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method intersects(otherBounds: LatLngBounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle intersects the given bounds. Two bounds intersect if they have at least one point in common.\r\n\tintersects: function (bounds) {\r\n\t\tbounds = toLatLngBounds(bounds);\r\n\r\n\t\tvar sw = this._southWest,\r\n\t\t ne = this._northEast,\r\n\t\t sw2 = bounds.getSouthWest(),\r\n\t\t ne2 = bounds.getNorthEast(),\r\n\r\n\t\t latIntersects = (ne2.lat >= sw.lat) && (sw2.lat <= ne.lat),\r\n\t\t lngIntersects = (ne2.lng >= sw.lng) && (sw2.lng <= ne.lng);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn latIntersects && lngIntersects;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method overlaps(otherBounds: LatLngBounds): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle overlaps the given bounds. Two bounds overlap if their intersection is an area.\r\n\toverlaps: function (bounds) {\r\n\t\tbounds = toLatLngBounds(bounds);\r\n\r\n\t\tvar sw = this._southWest,\r\n\t\t ne = this._northEast,\r\n\t\t sw2 = bounds.getSouthWest(),\r\n\t\t ne2 = bounds.getNorthEast(),\r\n\r\n\t\t latOverlaps = (ne2.lat > sw.lat) && (sw2.lat < ne.lat),\r\n\t\t lngOverlaps = (ne2.lng > sw.lng) && (sw2.lng < ne.lng);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn latOverlaps && lngOverlaps;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method toBBoxString(): String\r\n\t// Returns a string with bounding box coordinates in a 'southwest_lng,southwest_lat,northeast_lng,northeast_lat' format. Useful for sending requests to web services that return geo data.\r\n\ttoBBoxString: function () {\r\n\t\treturn [this.getWest(), this.getSouth(), this.getEast(), this.getNorth()].join(',');\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method equals(otherBounds: LatLngBounds, maxMargin?: Number): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the rectangle is equivalent (within a small margin of error) to the given bounds. The margin of error can be overridden by setting `maxMargin` to a small number.\r\n\tequals: function (bounds, maxMargin) {\r\n\t\tif (!bounds) { return false; }\r\n\r\n\t\tbounds = toLatLngBounds(bounds);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this._southWest.equals(bounds.getSouthWest(), maxMargin) &&\r\n\t\t this._northEast.equals(bounds.getNorthEast(), maxMargin);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method isValid(): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the bounds are properly initialized.\r\n\tisValid: function () {\r\n\t\treturn !!(this._southWest && this._northEast);\r\n\t}\r\n};\r\n\r\n// TODO International date line?\r\n\r\n// @factory L.latLngBounds(corner1: LatLng, corner2: LatLng)\r\n// Creates a `LatLngBounds` object by defining two diagonally opposite corners of the rectangle.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.latLngBounds(latlngs: LatLng[])\r\n// Creates a `LatLngBounds` object defined by the geographical points it contains. Very useful for zooming the map to fit a particular set of locations with [`fitBounds`](#map-fitbounds).\r\nexport function toLatLngBounds(a, b) {\r\n\tif (a instanceof LatLngBounds) {\r\n\t\treturn a;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn new LatLngBounds(a, b);\r\n}\r\n","import * as Util from '../core/Util';\r\nimport {Earth} from './crs/CRS.Earth';\r\nimport {toLatLngBounds} from './LatLngBounds';\r\n\r\n/* @class LatLng\r\n * @aka L.LatLng\r\n *\r\n * Represents a geographical point with a certain latitude and longitude.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```\r\n * var latlng = L.latLng(50.5, 30.5);\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * All Leaflet methods that accept LatLng objects also accept them in a simple Array form and simple object form (unless noted otherwise), so these lines are equivalent:\r\n *\r\n * ```\r\n * map.panTo([50, 30]);\r\n * map.panTo({lon: 30, lat: 50});\r\n * map.panTo({lat: 50, lng: 30});\r\n * map.panTo(L.latLng(50, 30));\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n * Note that `LatLng` does not inherit from Leaflet's `Class` object,\r\n * which means new classes can't inherit from it, and new methods\r\n * can't be added to it with the `include` function.\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport function LatLng(lat, lng, alt) {\r\n\tif (isNaN(lat) || isNaN(lng)) {\r\n\t\tthrow new Error('Invalid LatLng object: (' + lat + ', ' + lng + ')');\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\t// @property lat: Number\r\n\t// Latitude in degrees\r\n\tthis.lat = +lat;\r\n\r\n\t// @property lng: Number\r\n\t// Longitude in degrees\r\n\tthis.lng = +lng;\r\n\r\n\t// @property alt: Number\r\n\t// Altitude in meters (optional)\r\n\tif (alt !== undefined) {\r\n\t\tthis.alt = +alt;\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\nLatLng.prototype = {\r\n\t// @method equals(otherLatLng: LatLng, maxMargin?: Number): Boolean\r\n\t// Returns `true` if the given `LatLng` point is at the same position (within a small margin of error). The margin of error can be overridden by setting `maxMargin` to a small number.\r\n\tequals: function (obj, maxMargin) {\r\n\t\tif (!obj) { return false; }\r\n\r\n\t\tobj = toLatLng(obj);\r\n\r\n\t\tvar margin = Math.max(\r\n\t\t Math.abs(this.lat - obj.lat),\r\n\t\t Math.abs(this.lng - obj.lng));\r\n\r\n\t\treturn margin <= (maxMargin === undefined ? 1.0E-9 : maxMargin);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method toString(): String\r\n\t// Returns a string representation of the point (for debugging purposes).\r\n\ttoString: function (precision) {\r\n\t\treturn 'LatLng(' +\r\n\t\t Util.formatNum(this.lat, precision) + ', ' +\r\n\t\t Util.formatNum(this.lng, precision) + ')';\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method distanceTo(otherLatLng: LatLng): Number\r\n\t// Returns the distance (in meters) to the given `LatLng` calculated using the [Spherical Law of Cosines](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spherical_law_of_cosines).\r\n\tdistanceTo: function (other) {\r\n\t\treturn Earth.distance(this, toLatLng(other));\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method wrap(): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns a new `LatLng` object with the longitude wrapped so it's always between -180 and +180 degrees.\r\n\twrap: function () {\r\n\t\treturn Earth.wrapLatLng(this);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method toBounds(sizeInMeters: Number): LatLngBounds\r\n\t// Returns a new `LatLngBounds` object in which each boundary is `sizeInMeters/2` meters apart from the `LatLng`.\r\n\ttoBounds: function (sizeInMeters) {\r\n\t\tvar latAccuracy = 180 * sizeInMeters / 40075017,\r\n\t\t lngAccuracy = latAccuracy / Math.cos((Math.PI / 180) * this.lat);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn toLatLngBounds(\r\n\t\t [this.lat - latAccuracy, this.lng - lngAccuracy],\r\n\t\t [this.lat + latAccuracy, this.lng + lngAccuracy]);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\tclone: function () {\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(this.lat, this.lng, this.alt);\r\n\t}\r\n};\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n// @factory L.latLng(latitude: Number, longitude: Number, altitude?: Number): LatLng\r\n// Creates an object representing a geographical point with the given latitude and longitude (and optionally altitude).\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.latLng(coords: Array): LatLng\r\n// Expects an array of the form `[Number, Number]` or `[Number, Number, Number]` instead.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.latLng(coords: Object): LatLng\r\n// Expects an plain object of the form `{lat: Number, lng: Number}` or `{lat: Number, lng: Number, alt: Number}` instead.\r\n\r\nexport function toLatLng(a, b, c) {\r\n\tif (a instanceof LatLng) {\r\n\t\treturn a;\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (Util.isArray(a) && typeof a[0] !== 'object') {\r\n\t\tif (a.length === 3) {\r\n\t\t\treturn new LatLng(a[0], a[1], a[2]);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\tif (a.length === 2) {\r\n\t\t\treturn new LatLng(a[0], a[1]);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\treturn null;\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (a === undefined || a === null) {\r\n\t\treturn a;\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (typeof a === 'object' && 'lat' in a) {\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(a.lat, 'lng' in a ? a.lng : a.lon, a.alt);\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (b === undefined) {\r\n\t\treturn null;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn new LatLng(a, b, c);\r\n}\r\n","\r\nimport {Bounds} from '../../geometry/Bounds';\r\nimport {LatLng} from '../LatLng';\r\nimport {LatLngBounds} from '../LatLngBounds';\r\nimport * as Util from '../../core/Util';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @namespace CRS\r\n * @crs L.CRS.Base\r\n * Object that defines coordinate reference systems for projecting\r\n * geographical points into pixel (screen) coordinates and back (and to\r\n * coordinates in other units for [WMS](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Map_Service) services). See\r\n * [spatial reference system](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spatial_reference_system).\r\n *\r\n * Leaflet defines the most usual CRSs by default. If you want to use a\r\n * CRS not defined by default, take a look at the\r\n * [Proj4Leaflet](https://github.com/kartena/Proj4Leaflet) plugin.\r\n *\r\n * Note that the CRS instances do not inherit from Leaflet's `Class` object,\r\n * and can't be instantiated. Also, new classes can't inherit from them,\r\n * and methods can't be added to them with the `include` function.\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport var CRS = {\r\n\t// @method latLngToPoint(latlng: LatLng, zoom: Number): Point\r\n\t// Projects geographical coordinates into pixel coordinates for a given zoom.\r\n\tlatLngToPoint: function (latlng, zoom) {\r\n\t\tvar projectedPoint = this.projection.project(latlng),\r\n\t\t scale = this.scale(zoom);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this.transformation._transform(projectedPoint, scale);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method pointToLatLng(point: Point, zoom: Number): LatLng\r\n\t// The inverse of `latLngToPoint`. Projects pixel coordinates on a given\r\n\t// zoom into geographical coordinates.\r\n\tpointToLatLng: function (point, zoom) {\r\n\t\tvar scale = this.scale(zoom),\r\n\t\t untransformedPoint = this.transformation.untransform(point, scale);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn this.projection.unproject(untransformedPoint);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method project(latlng: LatLng): Point\r\n\t// Projects geographical coordinates into coordinates in units accepted for\r\n\t// this CRS (e.g. meters for EPSG:3857, for passing it to WMS services).\r\n\tproject: function (latlng) {\r\n\t\treturn this.projection.project(latlng);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method unproject(point: Point): LatLng\r\n\t// Given a projected coordinate returns the corresponding LatLng.\r\n\t// The inverse of `project`.\r\n\tunproject: function (point) {\r\n\t\treturn this.projection.unproject(point);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method scale(zoom: Number): Number\r\n\t// Returns the scale used when transforming projected coordinates into\r\n\t// pixel coordinates for a particular zoom. For example, it returns\r\n\t// `256 * 2^zoom` for Mercator-based CRS.\r\n\tscale: function (zoom) {\r\n\t\treturn 256 * Math.pow(2, zoom);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method zoom(scale: Number): Number\r\n\t// Inverse of `scale()`, returns the zoom level corresponding to a scale\r\n\t// factor of `scale`.\r\n\tzoom: function (scale) {\r\n\t\treturn Math.log(scale / 256) / Math.LN2;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method getProjectedBounds(zoom: Number): Bounds\r\n\t// Returns the projection's bounds scaled and transformed for the provided `zoom`.\r\n\tgetProjectedBounds: function (zoom) {\r\n\t\tif (this.infinite) { return null; }\r\n\r\n\t\tvar b = this.projection.bounds,\r\n\t\t s = this.scale(zoom),\r\n\t\t min = this.transformation.transform(b.min, s),\r\n\t\t max = this.transformation.transform(b.max, s);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn new Bounds(min, max);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method distance(latlng1: LatLng, latlng2: LatLng): Number\r\n\t// Returns the distance between two geographical coordinates.\r\n\r\n\t// @property code: String\r\n\t// Standard code name of the CRS passed into WMS services (e.g. `'EPSG:3857'`)\r\n\t//\r\n\t// @property wrapLng: Number[]\r\n\t// An array of two numbers defining whether the longitude (horizontal) coordinate\r\n\t// axis wraps around a given range and how. Defaults to `[-180, 180]` in most\r\n\t// geographical CRSs. If `undefined`, the longitude axis does not wrap around.\r\n\t//\r\n\t// @property wrapLat: Number[]\r\n\t// Like `wrapLng`, but for the latitude (vertical) axis.\r\n\r\n\t// wrapLng: [min, max],\r\n\t// wrapLat: [min, max],\r\n\r\n\t// @property infinite: Boolean\r\n\t// If true, the coordinate space will be unbounded (infinite in both axes)\r\n\tinfinite: false,\r\n\r\n\t// @method wrapLatLng(latlng: LatLng): LatLng\r\n\t// Returns a `LatLng` where lat and lng has been wrapped according to the\r\n\t// CRS's `wrapLat` and `wrapLng` properties, if they are outside the CRS's bounds.\r\n\twrapLatLng: function (latlng) {\r\n\t\tvar lng = this.wrapLng ? Util.wrapNum(latlng.lng, this.wrapLng, true) : latlng.lng,\r\n\t\t lat = this.wrapLat ? Util.wrapNum(latlng.lat, this.wrapLat, true) : latlng.lat,\r\n\t\t alt = latlng.alt;\r\n\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(lat, lng, alt);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method wrapLatLngBounds(bounds: LatLngBounds): LatLngBounds\r\n\t// Returns a `LatLngBounds` with the same size as the given one, ensuring\r\n\t// that its center is within the CRS's bounds.\r\n\t// Only accepts actual `L.LatLngBounds` instances, not arrays.\r\n\twrapLatLngBounds: function (bounds) {\r\n\t\tvar center = bounds.getCenter(),\r\n\t\t newCenter = this.wrapLatLng(center),\r\n\t\t latShift = center.lat - newCenter.lat,\r\n\t\t lngShift = center.lng - newCenter.lng;\r\n\r\n\t\tif (latShift === 0 && lngShift === 0) {\r\n\t\t\treturn bounds;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tvar sw = bounds.getSouthWest(),\r\n\t\t ne = bounds.getNorthEast(),\r\n\t\t newSw = new LatLng(sw.lat - latShift, sw.lng - lngShift),\r\n\t\t newNe = new LatLng(ne.lat - latShift, ne.lng - lngShift);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn new LatLngBounds(newSw, newNe);\r\n\t}\r\n};\r\n","import {CRS} from './CRS';\nimport * as Util from '../../core/Util';\n\n/*\n * @namespace CRS\n * @crs L.CRS.Earth\n *\n * Serves as the base for CRS that are global such that they cover the earth.\n * Can only be used as the base for other CRS and cannot be used directly,\n * since it does not have a `code`, `projection` or `transformation`. `distance()` returns\n * meters.\n */\n\nexport var Earth = Util.extend({}, CRS, {\n\twrapLng: [-180, 180],\n\n\t// Mean Earth Radius, as recommended for use by\n\t// the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics,\n\t// see https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Haversine_formula\n\tR: 6371000,\n\n\t// distance between two geographical points using spherical law of cosines approximation\n\tdistance: function (latlng1, latlng2) {\n\t\tvar rad = Math.PI / 180,\n\t\t lat1 = latlng1.lat * rad,\n\t\t lat2 = latlng2.lat * rad,\n\t\t sinDLat = Math.sin((latlng2.lat - latlng1.lat) * rad / 2),\n\t\t sinDLon = Math.sin((latlng2.lng - latlng1.lng) * rad / 2),\n\t\t a = sinDLat * sinDLat + Math.cos(lat1) * Math.cos(lat2) * sinDLon * sinDLon,\n\t\t c = 2 * Math.atan2(Math.sqrt(a), Math.sqrt(1 - a));\n\t\treturn this.R * c;\n\t}\n});\n","import {LatLng} from '../LatLng';\r\nimport {Bounds} from '../../geometry/Bounds';\r\nimport {Point} from '../../geometry/Point';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @namespace Projection\r\n * @projection L.Projection.SphericalMercator\r\n *\r\n * Spherical Mercator projection — the most common projection for online maps,\r\n * used by almost all free and commercial tile providers. Assumes that Earth is\r\n * a sphere. Used by the `EPSG:3857` CRS.\r\n */\r\n\r\nvar earthRadius = 6378137;\r\n\r\nexport var SphericalMercator = {\r\n\r\n\tR: earthRadius,\r\n\tMAX_LATITUDE: 85.0511287798,\r\n\r\n\tproject: function (latlng) {\r\n\t\tvar d = Math.PI / 180,\r\n\t\t max = this.MAX_LATITUDE,\r\n\t\t lat = Math.max(Math.min(max, latlng.lat), -max),\r\n\t\t sin = Math.sin(lat * d);\r\n\r\n\t\treturn new Point(\r\n\t\t\tthis.R * latlng.lng * d,\r\n\t\t\tthis.R * Math.log((1 + sin) / (1 - sin)) / 2);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\tunproject: function (point) {\r\n\t\tvar d = 180 / Math.PI;\r\n\r\n\t\treturn new LatLng(\r\n\t\t\t(2 * Math.atan(Math.exp(point.y / this.R)) - (Math.PI / 2)) * d,\r\n\t\t\tpoint.x * d / this.R);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\tbounds: (function () {\r\n\t\tvar d = earthRadius * Math.PI;\r\n\t\treturn new Bounds([-d, -d], [d, d]);\r\n\t})()\r\n};\r\n","import {Point} from './Point';\r\nimport * as Util from '../core/Util';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @class Transformation\r\n * @aka L.Transformation\r\n *\r\n * Represents an affine transformation: a set of coefficients `a`, `b`, `c`, `d`\r\n * for transforming a point of a form `(x, y)` into `(a*x + b, c*y + d)` and doing\r\n * the reverse. Used by Leaflet in its projections code.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * var transformation = L.transformation(2, 5, -1, 10),\r\n * \tp = L.point(1, 2),\r\n * \tp2 = transformation.transform(p), // L.point(7, 8)\r\n * \tp3 = transformation.untransform(p2); // L.point(1, 2)\r\n * ```\r\n */\r\n\r\n\r\n// factory new L.Transformation(a: Number, b: Number, c: Number, d: Number)\r\n// Creates a `Transformation` object with the given coefficients.\r\nexport function Transformation(a, b, c, d) {\r\n\tif (Util.isArray(a)) {\r\n\t\t// use array properties\r\n\t\tthis._a = a[0];\r\n\t\tthis._b = a[1];\r\n\t\tthis._c = a[2];\r\n\t\tthis._d = a[3];\r\n\t\treturn;\r\n\t}\r\n\tthis._a = a;\r\n\tthis._b = b;\r\n\tthis._c = c;\r\n\tthis._d = d;\r\n}\r\n\r\nTransformation.prototype = {\r\n\t// @method transform(point: Point, scale?: Number): Point\r\n\t// Returns a transformed point, optionally multiplied by the given scale.\r\n\t// Only accepts actual `L.Point` instances, not arrays.\r\n\ttransform: function (point, scale) { // (Point, Number) -> Point\r\n\t\treturn this._transform(point.clone(), scale);\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// destructive transform (faster)\r\n\t_transform: function (point, scale) {\r\n\t\tscale = scale || 1;\r\n\t\tpoint.x = scale * (this._a * point.x + this._b);\r\n\t\tpoint.y = scale * (this._c * point.y + this._d);\r\n\t\treturn point;\r\n\t},\r\n\r\n\t// @method untransform(point: Point, scale?: Number): Point\r\n\t// Returns the reverse transformation of the given point, optionally divided\r\n\t// by the given scale. Only accepts actual `L.Point` instances, not arrays.\r\n\tuntransform: function (point, scale) {\r\n\t\tscale = scale || 1;\r\n\t\treturn new Point(\r\n\t\t (point.x / scale - this._b) / this._a,\r\n\t\t (point.y / scale - this._d) / this._c);\r\n\t}\r\n};\r\n\r\n// factory L.transformation(a: Number, b: Number, c: Number, d: Number)\r\n\r\n// @factory L.transformation(a: Number, b: Number, c: Number, d: Number)\r\n// Instantiates a Transformation object with the given coefficients.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @factory L.transformation(coefficients: Array): Transformation\r\n// Expects an coefficients array of the form\r\n// `[a: Number, b: Number, c: Number, d: Number]`.\r\n\r\nexport function toTransformation(a, b, c, d) {\r\n\treturn new Transformation(a, b, c, d);\r\n}\r\n","import {Earth} from './CRS.Earth';\r\nimport {SphericalMercator} from '../projection/Projection.SphericalMercator';\r\nimport {toTransformation} from '../../geometry/Transformation';\r\nimport * as Util from '../../core/Util';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @namespace CRS\r\n * @crs L.CRS.EPSG3857\r\n *\r\n * The most common CRS for online maps, used by almost all free and commercial\r\n * tile providers. Uses Spherical Mercator projection. Set in by default in\r\n * Map's `crs` option.\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport var EPSG3857 = Util.extend({}, Earth, {\r\n\tcode: 'EPSG:3857',\r\n\tprojection: SphericalMercator,\r\n\r\n\ttransformation: (function () {\r\n\t\tvar scale = 0.5 / (Math.PI * SphericalMercator.R);\r\n\t\treturn toTransformation(scale, 0.5, -scale, 0.5);\r\n\t}())\r\n});\r\n\r\nexport var EPSG900913 = Util.extend({}, EPSG3857, {\r\n\tcode: 'EPSG:900913'\r\n});\r\n","import Browser from '../../core/Browser';\n\n// @namespace SVG; @section\n// There are several static functions which can be called without instantiating L.SVG:\n\n// @function create(name: String): SVGElement\n// Returns a instance of [SVGElement](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/SVGElement),\n// corresponding to the class name passed. For example, using 'line' will return\n// an instance of [SVGLineElement](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/SVGLineElement).\nexport function svgCreate(name) {\n\treturn document.createElementNS('http://www.w3.org/2000/svg', name);\n}\n\n// @function pointsToPath(rings: Point[], closed: Boolean): String\n// Generates a SVG path string for multiple rings, with each ring turning\n// into \"M..L..L..\" instructions\nexport function pointsToPath(rings, closed) {\n\tvar str = '',\n\ti, j, len, len2, points, p;\n\n\tfor (i = 0, len = rings.length; i < len; i++) {\n\t\tpoints = rings[i];\n\n\t\tfor (j = 0, len2 = points.length; j < len2; j++) {\n\t\t\tp = points[j];\n\t\t\tstr += (j ? 'L' : 'M') + p.x + ' ' + p.y;\n\t\t}\n\n\t\t// closes the ring for polygons; \"x\" is VML syntax\n\t\tstr += closed ? (Browser.svg ? 'z' : 'x') : '';\n\t}\n\n\t// SVG complains about empty path strings\n\treturn str || 'M0 0';\n}\n\n\n\n\n","import * as Util from './Util';\r\nimport {svgCreate} from '../layer/vector/SVG.Util';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @namespace Browser\r\n * @aka L.Browser\r\n *\r\n * A namespace with static properties for browser/feature detection used by Leaflet internally.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * if (L.Browser.ielt9) {\r\n * alert('Upgrade your browser, dude!');\r\n * }\r\n * ```\r\n */\r\n\r\nvar style = document.documentElement.style;\r\n\r\n// @property ie: Boolean; `true` for all Internet Explorer versions (not Edge).\r\nvar ie = 'ActiveXObject' in window;\r\n\r\n// @property ielt9: Boolean; `true` for Internet Explorer versions less than 9.\r\nvar ielt9 = ie && !document.addEventListener;\r\n\r\n// @property edge: Boolean; `true` for the Edge web browser.\r\nvar edge = 'msLaunchUri' in navigator && !('documentMode' in document);\r\n\r\n// @property webkit: Boolean;\r\n// `true` for webkit-based browsers like Chrome and Safari (including mobile versions).\r\nvar webkit = userAgentContains('webkit');\r\n\r\n// @property android: Boolean\r\n// **Deprecated.** `true` for any browser running on an Android platform.\r\nvar android = userAgentContains('android');\r\n\r\n// @property android23: Boolean; **Deprecated.** `true` for browsers running on Android 2 or Android 3.\r\nvar android23 = userAgentContains('android 2') || userAgentContains('android 3');\r\n\r\n/* See https://stackoverflow.com/a/17961266 for details on detecting stock Android */\r\nvar webkitVer = parseInt(/WebKit\\/([0-9]+)|$/.exec(navigator.userAgent)[1], 10); // also matches AppleWebKit\r\n// @property androidStock: Boolean; **Deprecated.** `true` for the Android stock browser (i.e. not Chrome)\r\nvar androidStock = android && userAgentContains('Google') && webkitVer < 537 && !('AudioNode' in window);\r\n\r\n// @property opera: Boolean; `true` for the Opera browser\r\nvar opera = !!window.opera;\r\n\r\n// @property chrome: Boolean; `true` for the Chrome browser.\r\nvar chrome = !edge && userAgentContains('chrome');\r\n\r\n// @property gecko: Boolean; `true` for gecko-based browsers like Firefox.\r\nvar gecko = userAgentContains('gecko') && !webkit && !opera && !ie;\r\n\r\n// @property safari: Boolean; `true` for the Safari browser.\r\nvar safari = !chrome && userAgentContains('safari');\r\n\r\nvar phantom = userAgentContains('phantom');\r\n\r\n// @property opera12: Boolean\r\n// `true` for the Opera browser supporting CSS transforms (version 12 or later).\r\nvar opera12 = 'OTransition' in style;\r\n\r\n// @property win: Boolean; `true` when the browser is running in a Windows platform\r\nvar win = navigator.platform.indexOf('Win') === 0;\r\n\r\n// @property ie3d: Boolean; `true` for all Internet Explorer versions supporting CSS transforms.\r\nvar ie3d = ie && ('transition' in style);\r\n\r\n// @property webkit3d: Boolean; `true` for webkit-based browsers supporting CSS transforms.\r\nvar webkit3d = ('WebKitCSSMatrix' in window) && ('m11' in new window.WebKitCSSMatrix()) && !android23;\r\n\r\n// @property gecko3d: Boolean; `true` for gecko-based browsers supporting CSS transforms.\r\nvar gecko3d = 'MozPerspective' in style;\r\n\r\n// @property any3d: Boolean\r\n// `true` for all browsers supporting CSS transforms.\r\nvar any3d = !window.L_DISABLE_3D && (ie3d || webkit3d || gecko3d) && !opera12 && !phantom;\r\n\r\n// @property mobile: Boolean; `true` for all browsers running in a mobile device.\r\nvar mobile = typeof orientation !== 'undefined' || userAgentContains('mobile');\r\n\r\n// @property mobileWebkit: Boolean; `true` for all webkit-based browsers in a mobile device.\r\nvar mobileWebkit = mobile && webkit;\r\n\r\n// @property mobileWebkit3d: Boolean\r\n// `true` for all webkit-based browsers in a mobile device supporting CSS transforms.\r\nvar mobileWebkit3d = mobile && webkit3d;\r\n\r\n// @property msPointer: Boolean\r\n// `true` for browsers implementing the Microsoft touch events model (notably IE10).\r\nvar msPointer = !window.PointerEvent && window.MSPointerEvent;\r\n\r\n// @property pointer: Boolean\r\n// `true` for all browsers supporting [pointer events](https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn433244%28v=vs.85%29.aspx).\r\nvar pointer = !!(window.PointerEvent || msPointer);\r\n\r\n// @property touchNative: Boolean\r\n// `true` for all browsers supporting [touch events](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/Touch_events).\r\n// **This does not necessarily mean** that the browser is running in a computer with\r\n// a touchscreen, it only means that the browser is capable of understanding\r\n// touch events.\r\nvar touchNative = 'ontouchstart' in window || !!window.TouchEvent;\r\n\r\n// @property touch: Boolean\r\n// `true` for all browsers supporting either [touch](#browser-touch) or [pointer](#browser-pointer) events.\r\n// Note: pointer events will be preferred (if available), and processed for all `touch*` listeners.\r\nvar touch = !window.L_NO_TOUCH && (touchNative || pointer);\r\n\r\n// @property mobileOpera: Boolean; `true` for the Opera browser in a mobile device.\r\nvar mobileOpera = mobile && opera;\r\n\r\n// @property mobileGecko: Boolean\r\n// `true` for gecko-based browsers running in a mobile device.\r\nvar mobileGecko = mobile && gecko;\r\n\r\n// @property retina: Boolean\r\n// `true` for browsers on a high-resolution \"retina\" screen or on any screen when browser's display zoom is more than 100%.\r\nvar retina = (window.devicePixelRatio || (window.screen.deviceXDPI / window.screen.logicalXDPI)) > 1;\r\n\r\n// @property passiveEvents: Boolean\r\n// `true` for browsers that support passive events.\r\nvar passiveEvents = (function () {\r\n\tvar supportsPassiveOption = false;\r\n\ttry {\r\n\t\tvar opts = Object.defineProperty({}, 'passive', {\r\n\t\t\tget: function () { // eslint-disable-line getter-return\r\n\t\t\t\tsupportsPassiveOption = true;\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t});\r\n\t\twindow.addEventListener('testPassiveEventSupport', Util.falseFn, opts);\r\n\t\twindow.removeEventListener('testPassiveEventSupport', Util.falseFn, opts);\r\n\t} catch (e) {\r\n\t\t// Errors can safely be ignored since this is only a browser support test.\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn supportsPassiveOption;\r\n}());\r\n\r\n// @property canvas: Boolean\r\n// `true` when the browser supports [`<canvas>`](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/Canvas_API).\r\nvar canvas = (function () {\r\n\treturn !!document.createElement('canvas').getContext;\r\n}());\r\n\r\n// @property svg: Boolean\r\n// `true` when the browser supports [SVG](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/SVG).\r\nvar svg = !!(document.createElementNS && svgCreate('svg').createSVGRect);\r\n\r\nvar inlineSvg = !!svg && (function () {\r\n\tvar div = document.createElement('div');\r\n\tdiv.innerHTML = '<svg/>';\r\n\treturn (div.firstChild && div.firstChild.namespaceURI) === 'http://www.w3.org/2000/svg';\r\n})();\r\n\r\n// @property vml: Boolean\r\n// `true` if the browser supports [VML](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vector_Markup_Language).\r\nvar vml = !svg && (function () {\r\n\ttry {\r\n\t\tvar div = document.createElement('div');\r\n\t\tdiv.innerHTML = '<v:shape adj=\"1\"/>';\r\n\r\n\t\tvar shape = div.firstChild;\r\n\t\tshape.style.behavior = 'url(#default#VML)';\r\n\r\n\t\treturn shape && (typeof shape.adj === 'object');\r\n\r\n\t} catch (e) {\r\n\t\treturn false;\r\n\t}\r\n}());\r\n\r\n\r\n// @property mac: Boolean; `true` when the browser is running in a Mac platform\r\nvar mac = navigator.platform.indexOf('Mac') === 0;\r\n\r\n// @property mac: Boolean; `true` when the browser is running in a Linux platform\r\nvar linux = navigator.platform.indexOf('Linux') === 0;\r\n\r\nfunction userAgentContains(str) {\r\n\treturn navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf(str) >= 0;\r\n}\r\n\r\n\r\nexport default {\r\n\tie: ie,\r\n\tielt9: ielt9,\r\n\tedge: edge,\r\n\twebkit: webkit,\r\n\tandroid: android,\r\n\tandroid23: android23,\r\n\tandroidStock: androidStock,\r\n\topera: opera,\r\n\tchrome: chrome,\r\n\tgecko: gecko,\r\n\tsafari: safari,\r\n\tphantom: phantom,\r\n\topera12: opera12,\r\n\twin: win,\r\n\tie3d: ie3d,\r\n\twebkit3d: webkit3d,\r\n\tgecko3d: gecko3d,\r\n\tany3d: any3d,\r\n\tmobile: mobile,\r\n\tmobileWebkit: mobileWebkit,\r\n\tmobileWebkit3d: mobileWebkit3d,\r\n\tmsPointer: msPointer,\r\n\tpointer: pointer,\r\n\ttouch: touch,\r\n\ttouchNative: touchNative,\r\n\tmobileOpera: mobileOpera,\r\n\tmobileGecko: mobileGecko,\r\n\tretina: retina,\r\n\tpassiveEvents: passiveEvents,\r\n\tcanvas: canvas,\r\n\tsvg: svg,\r\n\tvml: vml,\r\n\tinlineSvg: inlineSvg,\r\n\tmac: mac,\r\n\tlinux: linux\r\n};\r\n","import * as DomEvent from './DomEvent';\nimport Browser from '../core/Browser';\nimport {falseFn} from '../core/Util';\n\n/*\n * Extends L.DomEvent to provide touch support for Internet Explorer and Windows-based devices.\n */\n\nvar POINTER_DOWN = Browser.msPointer ? 'MSPointerDown' : 'pointerdown';\nvar POINTER_MOVE = Browser.msPointer ? 'MSPointerMove' : 'pointermove';\nvar POINTER_UP = Browser.msPointer ? 'MSPointerUp' : 'pointerup';\nvar POINTER_CANCEL = Browser.msPointer ? 'MSPointerCancel' : 'pointercancel';\nvar pEvent = {\n\ttouchstart : POINTER_DOWN,\n\ttouchmove : POINTER_MOVE,\n\ttouchend : POINTER_UP,\n\ttouchcancel : POINTER_CANCEL\n};\nvar handle = {\n\ttouchstart : _onPointerStart,\n\ttouchmove : _handlePointer,\n\ttouchend : _handlePointer,\n\ttouchcancel : _handlePointer\n};\nvar _pointers = {};\nvar _pointerDocListener = false;\n\n// Provides a touch events wrapper for (ms)pointer events.\n// ref https://www.w3.org/TR/pointerevents/ https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=22890\n\nexport function addPointerListener(obj, type, handler) {\n\tif (type === 'touchstart') {\n\t\t_addPointerDocListener();\n\t}\n\tif (!handle[type]) {\n\t\tconsole.warn('wrong event specified:', type);\n\t\treturn falseFn;\n\t}\n\thandler = handle[type].bind(this, handler);\n\tobj.addEventListener(pEvent[type], handler, false);\n\treturn handler;\n}\n\nexport function removePointerListener(obj, type, handler) {\n\tif (!pEvent[type]) {\n\t\tconsole.warn('wrong event specified:', type);\n\t\treturn;\n\t}\n\tobj.removeEventListener(pEvent[type], handler, false);\n}\n\nfunction _globalPointerDown(e) {\n\t_pointers[e.pointerId] = e;\n}\n\nfunction _globalPointerMove(e) {\n\tif (_pointers[e.pointerId]) {\n\t\t_pointers[e.pointerId] = e;\n\t}\n}\n\nfunction _globalPointerUp(e) {\n\tdelete _pointers[e.pointerId];\n}\n\nfunction _addPointerDocListener() {\n\t// need to keep track of what pointers and how many are active to provide e.touches emulation\n\tif (!_pointerDocListener) {\n\t\t// we listen document as any drags that end by moving the touch off the screen get fired there\n\t\tdocument.addEventListener(POINTER_DOWN, _globalPointerDown, true);\n\t\tdocument.addEventListener(POINTER_MOVE, _globalPointerMove, true);\n\t\tdocument.addEventListener(POINTER_UP, _globalPointerUp, true);\n\t\tdocument.addEventListener(POINTER_CANCEL, _globalPointerUp, true);\n\n\t\t_pointerDocListener = true;\n\t}\n}\n\nfunction _handlePointer(handler, e) {\n\tif (e.pointerType === (e.MSPOINTER_TYPE_MOUSE || 'mouse')) { return; }\n\n\te.touches = [];\n\tfor (var i in _pointers) {\n\t\te.touches.push(_pointers[i]);\n\t}\n\te.changedTouches = [e];\n\n\thandler(e);\n}\n\nfunction _onPointerStart(handler, e) {\n\t// IE10 specific: MsTouch needs preventDefault. See #2000\n\tif (e.MSPOINTER_TYPE_TOUCH && e.pointerType === e.MSPOINTER_TYPE_TOUCH) {\n\t\tDomEvent.preventDefault(e);\n\t}\n\t_handlePointer(handler, e);\n}\n","import * as DomEvent from './DomEvent';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * Extends the event handling code with double tap support for mobile browsers.\r\n *\r\n * Note: currently most browsers fire native dblclick, with only a few exceptions\r\n * (see https://github.com/Leaflet/Leaflet/issues/7012#issuecomment-595087386)\r\n */\r\n\r\nfunction makeDblclick(event) {\r\n\t// in modern browsers `type` cannot be just overridden:\r\n\t// https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Errors/Getter_only\r\n\tvar newEvent = {},\r\n\t prop, i;\r\n\tfor (i in event) {\r\n\t\tprop = event[i];\r\n\t\tnewEvent[i] = prop && prop.bind ? prop.bind(event) : prop;\r\n\t}\r\n\tevent = newEvent;\r\n\tnewEvent.type = 'dblclick';\r\n\tnewEvent.detail = 2;\r\n\tnewEvent.isTrusted = false;\r\n\tnewEvent._simulated = true; // for debug purposes\r\n\treturn newEvent;\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar delay = 200;\r\nexport function addDoubleTapListener(obj, handler) {\r\n\t// Most browsers handle double tap natively\r\n\tobj.addEventListener('dblclick', handler);\r\n\r\n\t// On some platforms the browser doesn't fire native dblclicks for touch events.\r\n\t// It seems that in all such cases `detail` property of `click` event is always `1`.\r\n\t// So here we rely on that fact to avoid excessive 'dblclick' simulation when not needed.\r\n\tvar last = 0,\r\n\t detail;\r\n\tfunction simDblclick(e) {\r\n\t\tif (e.detail !== 1) {\r\n\t\t\tdetail = e.detail; // keep in sync to avoid false dblclick in some cases\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tif (e.pointerType === 'mouse' ||\r\n\t\t\t(e.sourceCapabilities && !e.sourceCapabilities.firesTouchEvents)) {\r\n\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\t// When clicking on an <input>, the browser generates a click on its\r\n\t\t// <label> (and vice versa) triggering two clicks in quick succession.\r\n\t\t// This ignores clicks on elements which are a label with a 'for'\r\n\t\t// attribute (or children of such a label), but not children of\r\n\t\t// a <input>.\r\n\t\tvar path = DomEvent.getPropagationPath(e);\r\n\t\tif (path.some(function (el) {\r\n\t\t\treturn el instanceof HTMLLabelElement && el.attributes.for;\r\n\t\t}) &&\r\n\t\t\t!path.some(function (el) {\r\n\t\t\t\treturn (\r\n\t\t\t\t\tel instanceof HTMLInputElement ||\r\n\t\t\t\t\tel instanceof HTMLSelectElement\r\n\t\t\t\t);\r\n\t\t\t})\r\n\t\t) {\r\n\t\t\treturn;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t\tvar now = Date.now();\r\n\t\tif (now - last <= delay) {\r\n\t\t\tdetail++;\r\n\t\t\tif (detail === 2) {\r\n\t\t\t\thandler(makeDblclick(e));\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tdetail = 1;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\tlast = now;\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tobj.addEventListener('click', simDblclick);\r\n\r\n\treturn {\r\n\t\tdblclick: handler,\r\n\t\tsimDblclick: simDblclick\r\n\t};\r\n}\r\n\r\nexport function removeDoubleTapListener(obj, handlers) {\r\n\tobj.removeEventListener('dblclick', handlers.dblclick);\r\n\tobj.removeEventListener('click', handlers.simDblclick);\r\n}\r\n","import * as DomEvent from './DomEvent';\r\nimport * as Util from '../core/Util';\r\nimport {Point} from '../geometry/Point';\r\nimport Browser from '../core/Browser';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @namespace DomUtil\r\n *\r\n * Utility functions to work with the [DOM](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/Document_Object_Model)\r\n * tree, used by Leaflet internally.\r\n *\r\n * Most functions expecting or returning a `HTMLElement` also work for\r\n * SVG elements. The only difference is that classes refer to CSS classes\r\n * in HTML and SVG classes in SVG.\r\n */\r\n\r\n\r\n// @property TRANSFORM: String\r\n// Vendor-prefixed transform style name (e.g. `'webkitTransform'` for WebKit).\r\nexport var TRANSFORM = testProp(\r\n\t['transform', 'webkitTransform', 'OTransform', 'MozTransform', 'msTransform']);\r\n\r\n// webkitTransition comes first because some browser versions that drop vendor prefix don't do\r\n// the same for the transitionend event, in particular the Android 4.1 stock browser\r\n\r\n// @property TRANSITION: String\r\n// Vendor-prefixed transition style name.\r\nexport var TRANSITION = testProp(\r\n\t['webkitTransition', 'transition', 'OTransition', 'MozTransition', 'msTransition']);\r\n\r\n// @property TRANSITION_END: String\r\n// Vendor-prefixed transitionend event name.\r\nexport var TRANSITION_END =\r\n\tTRANSITION === 'webkitTransition' || TRANSITION === 'OTransition' ? TRANSITION + 'End' : 'transitionend';\r\n\r\n\r\n// @function get(id: String|HTMLElement): HTMLElement\r\n// Returns an element given its DOM id, or returns the element itself\r\n// if it was passed directly.\r\nexport function get(id) {\r\n\treturn typeof id === 'string' ? document.getElementById(id) : id;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getStyle(el: HTMLElement, styleAttrib: String): String\r\n// Returns the value for a certain style attribute on an element,\r\n// including computed values or values set through CSS.\r\nexport function getStyle(el, style) {\r\n\tvar value = el.style[style] || (el.currentStyle && el.currentStyle[style]);\r\n\r\n\tif ((!value || value === 'auto') && document.defaultView) {\r\n\t\tvar css = document.defaultView.getComputedStyle(el, null);\r\n\t\tvalue = css ? css[style] : null;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn value === 'auto' ? null : value;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function create(tagName: String, className?: String, container?: HTMLElement): HTMLElement\r\n// Creates an HTML element with `tagName`, sets its class to `className`, and optionally appends it to `container` element.\r\nexport function create(tagName, className, container) {\r\n\tvar el = document.createElement(tagName);\r\n\tel.className = className || '';\r\n\r\n\tif (container) {\r\n\t\tcontainer.appendChild(el);\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn el;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function remove(el: HTMLElement)\r\n// Removes `el` from its parent element\r\nexport function remove(el) {\r\n\tvar parent = el.parentNode;\r\n\tif (parent) {\r\n\t\tparent.removeChild(el);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function empty(el: HTMLElement)\r\n// Removes all of `el`'s children elements from `el`\r\nexport function empty(el) {\r\n\twhile (el.firstChild) {\r\n\t\tel.removeChild(el.firstChild);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function toFront(el: HTMLElement)\r\n// Makes `el` the last child of its parent, so it renders in front of the other children.\r\nexport function toFront(el) {\r\n\tvar parent = el.parentNode;\r\n\tif (parent && parent.lastChild !== el) {\r\n\t\tparent.appendChild(el);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function toBack(el: HTMLElement)\r\n// Makes `el` the first child of its parent, so it renders behind the other children.\r\nexport function toBack(el) {\r\n\tvar parent = el.parentNode;\r\n\tif (parent && parent.firstChild !== el) {\r\n\t\tparent.insertBefore(el, parent.firstChild);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function hasClass(el: HTMLElement, name: String): Boolean\r\n// Returns `true` if the element's class attribute contains `name`.\r\nexport function hasClass(el, name) {\r\n\tif (el.classList !== undefined) {\r\n\t\treturn el.classList.contains(name);\r\n\t}\r\n\tvar className = getClass(el);\r\n\treturn className.length > 0 && new RegExp('(^|\\\\s)' + name + '(\\\\s|$)').test(className);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function addClass(el: HTMLElement, name: String)\r\n// Adds `name` to the element's class attribute.\r\nexport function addClass(el, name) {\r\n\tif (el.classList !== undefined) {\r\n\t\tvar classes = Util.splitWords(name);\r\n\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = classes.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\tel.classList.add(classes[i]);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t} else if (!hasClass(el, name)) {\r\n\t\tvar className = getClass(el);\r\n\t\tsetClass(el, (className ? className + ' ' : '') + name);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function removeClass(el: HTMLElement, name: String)\r\n// Removes `name` from the element's class attribute.\r\nexport function removeClass(el, name) {\r\n\tif (el.classList !== undefined) {\r\n\t\tel.classList.remove(name);\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\tsetClass(el, Util.trim((' ' + getClass(el) + ' ').replace(' ' + name + ' ', ' ')));\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function setClass(el: HTMLElement, name: String)\r\n// Sets the element's class.\r\nexport function setClass(el, name) {\r\n\tif (el.className.baseVal === undefined) {\r\n\t\tel.className = name;\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\t// in case of SVG element\r\n\t\tel.className.baseVal = name;\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getClass(el: HTMLElement): String\r\n// Returns the element's class.\r\nexport function getClass(el) {\r\n\t// Check if the element is an SVGElementInstance and use the correspondingElement instead\r\n\t// (Required for linked SVG elements in IE11.)\r\n\tif (el.correspondingElement) {\r\n\t\tel = el.correspondingElement;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn el.className.baseVal === undefined ? el.className : el.className.baseVal;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function setOpacity(el: HTMLElement, opacity: Number)\r\n// Set the opacity of an element (including old IE support).\r\n// `opacity` must be a number from `0` to `1`.\r\nexport function setOpacity(el, value) {\r\n\tif ('opacity' in el.style) {\r\n\t\tel.style.opacity = value;\r\n\t} else if ('filter' in el.style) {\r\n\t\t_setOpacityIE(el, value);\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\nfunction _setOpacityIE(el, value) {\r\n\tvar filter = false,\r\n\t filterName = 'DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha';\r\n\r\n\t// filters collection throws an error if we try to retrieve a filter that doesn't exist\r\n\ttry {\r\n\t\tfilter = el.filters.item(filterName);\r\n\t} catch (e) {\r\n\t\t// don't set opacity to 1 if we haven't already set an opacity,\r\n\t\t// it isn't needed and breaks transparent pngs.\r\n\t\tif (value === 1) { return; }\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tvalue = Math.round(value * 100);\r\n\r\n\tif (filter) {\r\n\t\tfilter.Enabled = (value !== 100);\r\n\t\tfilter.Opacity = value;\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\tel.style.filter += ' progid:' + filterName + '(opacity=' + value + ')';\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function testProp(props: String[]): String|false\r\n// Goes through the array of style names and returns the first name\r\n// that is a valid style name for an element. If no such name is found,\r\n// it returns false. Useful for vendor-prefixed styles like `transform`.\r\nexport function testProp(props) {\r\n\tvar style = document.documentElement.style;\r\n\r\n\tfor (var i = 0; i < props.length; i++) {\r\n\t\tif (props[i] in style) {\r\n\t\t\treturn props[i];\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn false;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function setTransform(el: HTMLElement, offset: Point, scale?: Number)\r\n// Resets the 3D CSS transform of `el` so it is translated by `offset` pixels\r\n// and optionally scaled by `scale`. Does not have an effect if the\r\n// browser doesn't support 3D CSS transforms.\r\nexport function setTransform(el, offset, scale) {\r\n\tvar pos = offset || new Point(0, 0);\r\n\r\n\tel.style[TRANSFORM] =\r\n\t\t(Browser.ie3d ?\r\n\t\t\t'translate(' + pos.x + 'px,' + pos.y + 'px)' :\r\n\t\t\t'translate3d(' + pos.x + 'px,' + pos.y + 'px,0)') +\r\n\t\t(scale ? ' scale(' + scale + ')' : '');\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function setPosition(el: HTMLElement, position: Point)\r\n// Sets the position of `el` to coordinates specified by `position`,\r\n// using CSS translate or top/left positioning depending on the browser\r\n// (used by Leaflet internally to position its layers).\r\nexport function setPosition(el, point) {\r\n\r\n\t/*eslint-disable */\r\n\tel._leaflet_pos = point;\r\n\t/* eslint-enable */\r\n\r\n\tif (Browser.any3d) {\r\n\t\tsetTransform(el, point);\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\tel.style.left = point.x + 'px';\r\n\t\tel.style.top = point.y + 'px';\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getPosition(el: HTMLElement): Point\r\n// Returns the coordinates of an element previously positioned with setPosition.\r\nexport function getPosition(el) {\r\n\t// this method is only used for elements previously positioned using setPosition,\r\n\t// so it's safe to cache the position for performance\r\n\r\n\treturn el._leaflet_pos || new Point(0, 0);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function disableTextSelection()\r\n// Prevents the user from generating `selectstart` DOM events, usually generated\r\n// when the user drags the mouse through a page with text. Used internally\r\n// by Leaflet to override the behaviour of any click-and-drag interaction on\r\n// the map. Affects drag interactions on the whole document.\r\n\r\n// @function enableTextSelection()\r\n// Cancels the effects of a previous [`L.DomUtil.disableTextSelection`](#domutil-disabletextselection).\r\nexport var disableTextSelection;\r\nexport var enableTextSelection;\r\nvar _userSelect;\r\nif ('onselectstart' in document) {\r\n\tdisableTextSelection = function () {\r\n\t\tDomEvent.on(window, 'selectstart', DomEvent.preventDefault);\r\n\t};\r\n\tenableTextSelection = function () {\r\n\t\tDomEvent.off(window, 'selectstart', DomEvent.preventDefault);\r\n\t};\r\n} else {\r\n\tvar userSelectProperty = testProp(\r\n\t\t['userSelect', 'WebkitUserSelect', 'OUserSelect', 'MozUserSelect', 'msUserSelect']);\r\n\r\n\tdisableTextSelection = function () {\r\n\t\tif (userSelectProperty) {\r\n\t\t\tvar style = document.documentElement.style;\r\n\t\t\t_userSelect = style[userSelectProperty];\r\n\t\t\tstyle[userSelectProperty] = 'none';\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t};\r\n\tenableTextSelection = function () {\r\n\t\tif (userSelectProperty) {\r\n\t\t\tdocument.documentElement.style[userSelectProperty] = _userSelect;\r\n\t\t\t_userSelect = undefined;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t};\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function disableImageDrag()\r\n// As [`L.DomUtil.disableTextSelection`](#domutil-disabletextselection), but\r\n// for `dragstart` DOM events, usually generated when the user drags an image.\r\nexport function disableImageDrag() {\r\n\tDomEvent.on(window, 'dragstart', DomEvent.preventDefault);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function enableImageDrag()\r\n// Cancels the effects of a previous [`L.DomUtil.disableImageDrag`](#domutil-disabletextselection).\r\nexport function enableImageDrag() {\r\n\tDomEvent.off(window, 'dragstart', DomEvent.preventDefault);\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar _outlineElement, _outlineStyle;\r\n// @function preventOutline(el: HTMLElement)\r\n// Makes the [outline](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/CSS/outline)\r\n// of the element `el` invisible. Used internally by Leaflet to prevent\r\n// focusable elements from displaying an outline when the user performs a\r\n// drag interaction on them.\r\nexport function preventOutline(element) {\r\n\twhile (element.tabIndex === -1) {\r\n\t\telement = element.parentNode;\r\n\t}\r\n\tif (!element.style) { return; }\r\n\trestoreOutline();\r\n\t_outlineElement = element;\r\n\t_outlineStyle = element.style.outlineStyle;\r\n\telement.style.outlineStyle = 'none';\r\n\tDomEvent.on(window, 'keydown', restoreOutline);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function restoreOutline()\r\n// Cancels the effects of a previous [`L.DomUtil.preventOutline`]().\r\nexport function restoreOutline() {\r\n\tif (!_outlineElement) { return; }\r\n\t_outlineElement.style.outlineStyle = _outlineStyle;\r\n\t_outlineElement = undefined;\r\n\t_outlineStyle = undefined;\r\n\tDomEvent.off(window, 'keydown', restoreOutline);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getSizedParentNode(el: HTMLElement): HTMLElement\r\n// Finds the closest parent node which size (width and height) is not null.\r\nexport function getSizedParentNode(element) {\r\n\tdo {\r\n\t\telement = element.parentNode;\r\n\t} while ((!element.offsetWidth || !element.offsetHeight) && element !== document.body);\r\n\treturn element;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getScale(el: HTMLElement): Object\r\n// Computes the CSS scale currently applied on the element.\r\n// Returns an object with `x` and `y` members as horizontal and vertical scales respectively,\r\n// and `boundingClientRect` as the result of [`getBoundingClientRect()`](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element/getBoundingClientRect).\r\nexport function getScale(element) {\r\n\tvar rect = element.getBoundingClientRect(); // Read-only in old browsers.\r\n\r\n\treturn {\r\n\t\tx: rect.width / element.offsetWidth || 1,\r\n\t\ty: rect.height / element.offsetHeight || 1,\r\n\t\tboundingClientRect: rect\r\n\t};\r\n}\r\n","import {Point} from '../geometry/Point';\r\nimport * as Util from '../core/Util';\r\nimport Browser from '../core/Browser';\r\nimport {addPointerListener, removePointerListener} from './DomEvent.Pointer';\r\nimport {addDoubleTapListener, removeDoubleTapListener} from './DomEvent.DoubleTap';\r\nimport {getScale} from './DomUtil';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @namespace DomEvent\r\n * Utility functions to work with the [DOM events](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/Event), used by Leaflet internally.\r\n */\r\n\r\n// Inspired by John Resig, Dean Edwards and YUI addEvent implementations.\r\n\r\n// @function on(el: HTMLElement, types: String, fn: Function, context?: Object): this\r\n// Adds a listener function (`fn`) to a particular DOM event type of the\r\n// element `el`. You can optionally specify the context of the listener\r\n// (object the `this` keyword will point to). You can also pass several\r\n// space-separated types (e.g. `'click dblclick'`).\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @function on(el: HTMLElement, eventMap: Object, context?: Object): this\r\n// Adds a set of type/listener pairs, e.g. `{click: onClick, mousemove: onMouseMove}`\r\nexport function on(obj, types, fn, context) {\r\n\r\n\tif (types && typeof types === 'object') {\r\n\t\tfor (var type in types) {\r\n\t\t\taddOne(obj, type, types[type], fn);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\ttypes = Util.splitWords(types);\r\n\r\n\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = types.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\taddOne(obj, types[i], fn, context);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar eventsKey = '_leaflet_events';\r\n\r\n// @function off(el: HTMLElement, types: String, fn: Function, context?: Object): this\r\n// Removes a previously added listener function.\r\n// Note that if you passed a custom context to on, you must pass the same\r\n// context to `off` in order to remove the listener.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @function off(el: HTMLElement, eventMap: Object, context?: Object): this\r\n// Removes a set of type/listener pairs, e.g. `{click: onClick, mousemove: onMouseMove}`\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @function off(el: HTMLElement, types: String): this\r\n// Removes all previously added listeners of given types.\r\n\r\n// @alternative\r\n// @function off(el: HTMLElement): this\r\n// Removes all previously added listeners from given HTMLElement\r\nexport function off(obj, types, fn, context) {\r\n\r\n\tif (arguments.length === 1) {\r\n\t\tbatchRemove(obj);\r\n\t\tdelete obj[eventsKey];\r\n\r\n\t} else if (types && typeof types === 'object') {\r\n\t\tfor (var type in types) {\r\n\t\t\tremoveOne(obj, type, types[type], fn);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\ttypes = Util.splitWords(types);\r\n\r\n\t\tif (arguments.length === 2) {\r\n\t\t\tbatchRemove(obj, function (type) {\r\n\t\t\t\treturn Util.indexOf(types, type) !== -1;\r\n\t\t\t});\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tfor (var i = 0, len = types.length; i < len; i++) {\r\n\t\t\t\tremoveOne(obj, types[i], fn, context);\r\n\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\nfunction batchRemove(obj, filterFn) {\r\n\tfor (var id in obj[eventsKey]) {\r\n\t\tvar type = id.split(/\\d/)[0];\r\n\t\tif (!filterFn || filterFn(type)) {\r\n\t\t\tremoveOne(obj, type, null, null, id);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n}\r\n\r\nvar mouseSubst = {\r\n\tmouseenter: 'mouseover',\r\n\tmouseleave: 'mouseout',\r\n\twheel: !('onwheel' in window) && 'mousewheel'\r\n};\r\n\r\nfunction addOne(obj, type, fn, context) {\r\n\tvar id = type + Util.stamp(fn) + (context ? '_' + Util.stamp(context) : '');\r\n\r\n\tif (obj[eventsKey] && obj[eventsKey][id]) { return this; }\r\n\r\n\tvar handler = function (e) {\r\n\t\treturn fn.call(context || obj, e || window.event);\r\n\t};\r\n\r\n\tvar originalHandler = handler;\r\n\r\n\tif (!Browser.touchNative && Browser.pointer && type.indexOf('touch') === 0) {\r\n\t\t// Needs DomEvent.Pointer.js\r\n\t\thandler = addPointerListener(obj, type, handler);\r\n\r\n\t} else if (Browser.touch && (type === 'dblclick')) {\r\n\t\thandler = addDoubleTapListener(obj, handler);\r\n\r\n\t} else if ('addEventListener' in obj) {\r\n\r\n\t\tif (type === 'touchstart' || type === 'touchmove' || type === 'wheel' || type === 'mousewheel') {\r\n\t\t\tobj.addEventListener(mouseSubst[type] || type, handler, Browser.passiveEvents ? {passive: false} : false);\r\n\r\n\t\t} else if (type === 'mouseenter' || type === 'mouseleave') {\r\n\t\t\thandler = function (e) {\r\n\t\t\t\te = e || window.event;\r\n\t\t\t\tif (isExternalTarget(obj, e)) {\r\n\t\t\t\t\toriginalHandler(e);\r\n\t\t\t\t}\r\n\t\t\t};\r\n\t\t\tobj.addEventListener(mouseSubst[type], handler, false);\r\n\r\n\t\t} else {\r\n\t\t\tobj.addEventListener(type, originalHandler, false);\r\n\t\t}\r\n\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\tobj.attachEvent('on' + type, handler);\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tobj[eventsKey] = obj[eventsKey] || {};\r\n\tobj[eventsKey][id] = handler;\r\n}\r\n\r\nfunction removeOne(obj, type, fn, context, id) {\r\n\tid = id || type + Util.stamp(fn) + (context ? '_' + Util.stamp(context) : '');\r\n\tvar handler = obj[eventsKey] && obj[eventsKey][id];\r\n\r\n\tif (!handler) { return this; }\r\n\r\n\tif (!Browser.touchNative && Browser.pointer && type.indexOf('touch') === 0) {\r\n\t\tremovePointerListener(obj, type, handler);\r\n\r\n\t} else if (Browser.touch && (type === 'dblclick')) {\r\n\t\tremoveDoubleTapListener(obj, handler);\r\n\r\n\t} else if ('removeEventListener' in obj) {\r\n\r\n\t\tobj.removeEventListener(mouseSubst[type] || type, handler, false);\r\n\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\tobj.detachEvent('on' + type, handler);\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tobj[eventsKey][id] = null;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function stopPropagation(ev: DOMEvent): this\r\n// Stop the given event from propagation to parent elements. Used inside the listener functions:\r\n// ```js\r\n// L.DomEvent.on(div, 'click', function (ev) {\r\n// \tL.DomEvent.stopPropagation(ev);\r\n// });\r\n// ```\r\nexport function stopPropagation(e) {\r\n\r\n\tif (e.stopPropagation) {\r\n\t\te.stopPropagation();\r\n\t} else if (e.originalEvent) { // In case of Leaflet event.\r\n\t\te.originalEvent._stopped = true;\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\te.cancelBubble = true;\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function disableScrollPropagation(el: HTMLElement): this\r\n// Adds `stopPropagation` to the element's `'wheel'` events (plus browser variants).\r\nexport function disableScrollPropagation(el) {\r\n\taddOne(el, 'wheel', stopPropagation);\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function disableClickPropagation(el: HTMLElement): this\r\n// Adds `stopPropagation` to the element's `'click'`, `'dblclick'`, `'contextmenu'`,\r\n// `'mousedown'` and `'touchstart'` events (plus browser variants).\r\nexport function disableClickPropagation(el) {\r\n\ton(el, 'mousedown touchstart dblclick contextmenu', stopPropagation);\r\n\tel['_leaflet_disable_click'] = true;\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function preventDefault(ev: DOMEvent): this\r\n// Prevents the default action of the DOM Event `ev` from happening (such as\r\n// following a link in the href of the a element, or doing a POST request\r\n// with page reload when a `<form>` is submitted).\r\n// Use it inside listener functions.\r\nexport function preventDefault(e) {\r\n\tif (e.preventDefault) {\r\n\t\te.preventDefault();\r\n\t} else {\r\n\t\te.returnValue = false;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function stop(ev: DOMEvent): this\r\n// Does `stopPropagation` and `preventDefault` at the same time.\r\nexport function stop(e) {\r\n\tpreventDefault(e);\r\n\tstopPropagation(e);\r\n\treturn this;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function getPropagationPath(ev: DOMEvent): Array\r\n// Compatibility polyfill for [`Event.composedPath()`](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Event/composedPath).\r\n// Returns an array containing the `HTMLElement`s that the given DOM event\r\n// should propagate to (if not stopped).\r\nexport function getPropagationPath(ev) {\r\n\tif (ev.composedPath) {\r\n\t\treturn ev.composedPath();\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tvar path = [];\r\n\tvar el = ev.target;\r\n\r\n\twhile (el) {\r\n\t\tpath.push(el);\r\n\t\tel = el.parentNode;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn path;\r\n}\r\n\r\n\r\n// @function getMousePosition(ev: DOMEvent, container?: HTMLElement): Point\r\n// Gets normalized mouse position from a DOM event relative to the\r\n// `container` (border excluded) or to the whole page if not specified.\r\nexport function getMousePosition(e, container) {\r\n\tif (!container) {\r\n\t\treturn new Point(e.clientX, e.clientY);\r\n\t}\r\n\r\n\tvar scale = getScale(container),\r\n\t offset = scale.boundingClientRect; // left and top values are in page scale (like the event clientX/Y)\r\n\r\n\treturn new Point(\r\n\t\t// offset.left/top values are in page scale (like clientX/Y),\r\n\t\t// whereas clientLeft/Top (border width) values are the original values (before CSS scale applies).\r\n\t\t(e.clientX - offset.left) / scale.x - container.clientLeft,\r\n\t\t(e.clientY - offset.top) / scale.y - container.clientTop\r\n\t);\r\n}\r\n\r\n\r\n// except , Safari and\r\n// We need double the scroll pixels (see #7403 and #4538) for all Browsers\r\n// except OSX (Mac) -> 3x, Chrome running on Linux 1x\r\n\r\nvar wheelPxFactor =\r\n\t(Browser.linux && Browser.chrome) ? window.devicePixelRatio :\r\n\tBrowser.mac ? window.devicePixelRatio * 3 :\r\n\twindow.devicePixelRatio > 0 ? 2 * window.devicePixelRatio : 1;\r\n// @function getWheelDelta(ev: DOMEvent): Number\r\n// Gets normalized wheel delta from a wheel DOM event, in vertical\r\n// pixels scrolled (negative if scrolling down).\r\n// Events from pointing devices without precise scrolling are mapped to\r\n// a best guess of 60 pixels.\r\nexport function getWheelDelta(e) {\r\n\treturn (Browser.edge) ? e.wheelDeltaY / 2 : // Don't trust window-geometry-based delta\r\n\t (e.deltaY && e.deltaMode === 0) ? -e.deltaY / wheelPxFactor : // Pixels\r\n\t (e.deltaY && e.deltaMode === 1) ? -e.deltaY * 20 : // Lines\r\n\t (e.deltaY && e.deltaMode === 2) ? -e.deltaY * 60 : // Pages\r\n\t (e.deltaX || e.deltaZ) ? 0 :\t// Skip horizontal/depth wheel events\r\n\t e.wheelDelta ? (e.wheelDeltaY || e.wheelDelta) / 2 : // Legacy IE pixels\r\n\t (e.detail && Math.abs(e.detail) < 32765) ? -e.detail * 20 : // Legacy Moz lines\r\n\t e.detail ? e.detail / -32765 * 60 : // Legacy Moz pages\r\n\t 0;\r\n}\r\n\r\n// check if element really left/entered the event target (for mouseenter/mouseleave)\r\nexport function isExternalTarget(el, e) {\r\n\r\n\tvar related = e.relatedTarget;\r\n\r\n\tif (!related) { return true; }\r\n\r\n\ttry {\r\n\t\twhile (related && (related !== el)) {\r\n\t\t\trelated = related.parentNode;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t} catch (err) {\r\n\t\treturn false;\r\n\t}\r\n\treturn (related !== el);\r\n}\r\n\r\n// @function addListener(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`L.DomEvent.on`](#domevent-on)\r\nexport {on as addListener};\r\n\r\n// @function removeListener(…): this\r\n// Alias to [`L.DomEvent.off`](#domevent-off)\r\nexport {off as removeListener};\r\n","import * as Util from '../core/Util';\nimport {Evented} from '../core/Events';\nimport * as DomUtil from '../dom/DomUtil';\n\n\n/*\n * @class PosAnimation\n * @aka L.PosAnimation\n * @inherits Evented\n * Used internally for panning animations, utilizing CSS3 Transitions for modern browsers and a timer fallback for IE6-9.\n *\n * @example\n * ```js\n * var myPositionMarker = L.marker([48.864716, 2.294694]).addTo(map);\n *\n * myPositionMarker.on(\"click\", function() {\n * \tvar pos = map.latLngToLayerPoint(myPositionMarker.getLatLng());\n * \tpos.y -= 25;\n * \tvar fx = new L.PosAnimation();\n *\n * \tfx.once('end',function() {\n * \t\tpos.y += 25;\n * \t\tfx.run(myPositionMarker._icon, pos, 0.8);\n * \t});\n *\n * \tfx.run(myPositionMarker._icon, pos, 0.3);\n * });\n *\n * ```\n *\n * @constructor L.PosAnimation()\n * Creates a `PosAnimation` object.\n *\n */\n\nexport var PosAnimation = Evented.extend({\n\n\t// @method run(el: HTMLElement, newPos: Point, duration?: Number, easeLinearity?: Number)\n\t// Run an animation of a given element to a new position, optionally setting\n\t// duration in seconds (`0.25` by default) and easing linearity factor (3rd\n\t// argument of the [cubic bezier curve](https://cubic-bezier.com/#0,0,.5,1),\n\t// `0.5` by default).\n\trun: function (el, newPos, duration, easeLinearity) {\n\t\tthis.stop();\n\n\t\tthis._el = el;\n\t\tthis._inProgress = true;\n\t\tthis._duration = duration || 0.25;\n\t\tthis._easeOutPower = 1 / Math.max(easeLinearity || 0.5, 0.2);\n\n\t\tthis._startPos = DomUtil.getPosition(el);\n\t\tthis._offset = newPos.subtract(this._startPos);\n\t\tthis._startTime = +new Date();\n\n\t\t// @event start: Event\n\t\t// Fired when the animation starts\n\t\tthis.fire('start');\n\n\t\tthis._animate();\n\t},\n\n\t// @method stop()\n\t// Stops the animation (if currently running).\n\tstop: function () {\n\t\tif (!this._inProgress) { return; }\n\n\t\tthis._step(true);\n\t\tthis._complete();\n\t},\n\n\t_animate: function () {\n\t\t// animation loop\n\t\tthis._animId = Util.requestAnimFrame(this._animate, this);\n\t\tthis._step();\n\t},\n\n\t_step: function (round) {\n\t\tvar elapsed = (+new Date()) - this._startTime,\n\t\t duration = this._duration * 1000;\n\n\t\tif (elapsed < duration) {\n\t\t\tthis._runFrame(this._easeOut(elapsed / duration), round);\n\t\t} else {\n\t\t\tthis._runFrame(1);\n\t\t\tthis._complete();\n\t\t}\n\t},\n\n\t_runFrame: function (progress, round) {\n\t\tvar pos = this._startPos.add(this._offset.multiplyBy(progress));\n\t\tif (round) {\n\t\t\tpos._round();\n\t\t}\n\t\tDomUtil.setPosition(this._el, pos);\n\n\t\t// @event step: Event\n\t\t// Fired continuously during the animation.\n\t\tthis.fire('step');\n\t},\n\n\t_complete: function () {\n\t\tUtil.cancelAnimFrame(this._animId);\n\n\t\tthis._inProgress = false;\n\t\t// @event end: Event\n\t\t// Fired when the animation ends.\n\t\tthis.fire('end');\n\t},\n\n\t_easeOut: function (t) {\n\t\treturn 1 - Math.pow(1 - t, this._easeOutPower);\n\t}\n});\n","import * as Util from '../core/Util';\r\nimport {Evented} from '../core/Events';\r\nimport {EPSG3857} from '../geo/crs/CRS.EPSG3857';\r\nimport {Point, toPoint} from '../geometry/Point';\r\nimport {Bounds, toBounds} from '../geometry/Bounds';\r\nimport {LatLng, toLatLng} from '../geo/LatLng';\r\nimport {LatLngBounds, toLatLngBounds} from '../geo/LatLngBounds';\r\nimport Browser from '../core/Browser';\r\nimport * as DomEvent from '../dom/DomEvent';\r\nimport * as DomUtil from '../dom/DomUtil';\r\nimport {PosAnimation} from '../dom/PosAnimation';\r\n\r\n/*\r\n * @class Map\r\n * @aka L.Map\r\n * @inherits Evented\r\n *\r\n * The central class of the API — it is used to create a map on a page and manipulate it.\r\n *\r\n * @example\r\n *\r\n * ```js\r\n * // initialize the map on the \"map\" div with a given center and zoom\r\n * var map = L.map('map', {\r\n * \tcenter: [51.505, -0.09],\r\n * \tzoom: 13\r\n * });\r\n * ```\r\n *\r\n */\r\n\r\nexport var Map = Evented.extend({\r\n\r\n\toptions: {\r\n\t\t// @section Map State Options\r\n\t\t// @option crs: CRS = L.CRS.EPSG3857\r\n\t\t// The [Coordinate Reference System](#crs) to use. Don't change this if you're not\r\n\t\t// sure what it means.\r\n\t\tcrs: EPSG3857,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option center: LatLng = undefined\r\n\t\t// Initial geographic center of the map\r\n\t\tcenter: undefined,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option zoom: Number = undefined\r\n\t\t// Initial map zoom level\r\n\t\tzoom: undefined,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option minZoom: Number = *\r\n\t\t// Minimum zoom level of the map.\r\n\t\t// If not specified and at least one `GridLayer` or `TileLayer` is in the map,\r\n\t\t// the lowest of their `minZoom` options will be used instead.\r\n\t\tminZoom: undefined,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option maxZoom: Number = *\r\n\t\t// Maximum zoom level of the map.\r\n\t\t// If not specified and at least one `GridLayer` or `TileLayer` is in the map,\r\n\t\t// the highest of their `maxZoom` options will be used instead.\r\n\t\tmaxZoom: undefined,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option layers: Layer[] = []\r\n\t\t// Array of layers that will be added to the map initially\r\n\t\tlayers: [],\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option maxBounds: LatLngBounds = null\r\n\t\t// When this option is set, the map restricts the view to the given\r\n\t\t// geographical bounds, bouncing the user back if the user tries to pan\r\n\t\t// outside the view. To set the restriction dynamically, use\r\n\t\t// [`setMaxBounds`](#map-setmaxbounds) method.\r\n\t\tmaxBounds: undefined,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option renderer: Renderer = *\r\n\t\t// The default method for drawing vector layers on the map. `L.SVG`\r\n\t\t// or `L.Canvas` by default depending on browser support.\r\n\t\trenderer: undefined,\r\n\r\n\r\n\t\t// @section Animation Options\r\n\t\t// @option zoomAnimation: Boolean = true\r\n\t\t// Whether the map zoom animation is enabled. By default it's enabled\r\n\t\t// in all browsers that support CSS3 Transitions except Android.\r\n\t\tzoomAnimation: true,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option zoomAnimationThreshold: Number = 4\r\n\t\t// Won't animate zoom if the zoom difference exceeds this value.\r\n\t\tzoomAnimationThreshold: 4,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option fadeAnimation: Boolean = true\r\n\t\t// Whether the tile fade animation is enabled. By default it's enabled\r\n\t\t// in all browsers that support CSS3 Transitions except Android.\r\n\t\tfadeAnimation: true,\r\n\r\n\t\t// @option markerZoomAnimation: Boolean = true\r\n\t\t// Whether markers animate their zoom with the zoom animation, if disab