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nt') { $menuItemGiven = false; unset($query['Itemid']); } if (isset($query['view'])) { $view = $query['view']; } else { // We need to have a view in the query or it is an invalid URL return $segments; } // Are we dealing with an article or category that is attached to a menu item? if (($menuItem instanceof stdClass) && $menuItem->query['view'] == $query['view'] && isset($query['id']) && $menuItem->query['id'] == (int) $query['id']) { unset($query['view']); if (isset($query['catid'])) { unset($query['catid']); } if (isset($query['layout'])) { unset($query['layout']); } unset($query['id']); return $segments; } if ($view == 'category' || $view == 'article') { if (!$menuItemGiven) { $segments[] = $view; } unset($query['view']); if ($view == 'article') { if (isset($query['id']) && isset($query['catid']) && $query['catid']) { $catid = $query['catid']; // Make sure we have the id and the alias if (strpos($query['id'], ':') === false) { $db = JFactory::getDbo(); $dbQuery = $db->getQuery(true) ->select('alias') ->from('#__content') ->where('id=' . (int) $query['id']); $db->setQuery($dbQuery); $alias = $db->loadResult(); $query['id'] = $query['id'] . ':' . $alias; } } else { // We should have these two set for this view. If we don't, it is an error return $segments; } } else { if (isset($query['id'])) { $catid = $query['id']; } else { // We should have id set for this view. If we don't, it is an error return $segments; } } if ($menuItemGiven && isset($menuItem->query['id'])) { $mCatid = $menuItem->query['id']; } else { $mCatid = 0; } $categories = JCategories::getInstance('Content'); $category = $categories->get($catid); if (!$category) { // We couldn't find the category we were given. Bail. return $segments; } $path = array_reverse($category->getPath()); $array = array(); foreach ($path as $id) { if ((int) $id == (int) $mCatid) { break; } list($tmp, $id) = explode(':', $id, 2); $array[] = $id; } $array = array_reverse($array); if (!$advanced && count($array)) { $array[0] = (int) $catid . ':' . $array[0]; } $segments = array_merge($segments, $array); if ($view == 'article') { if ($advanced) { list($tmp, $id) = explode(':', $query['id'], 2); } else { $id = $query['id']; } $segments[] = $id; } unset($query['id']); unset($query['catid']); } if ($view == 'archive') { if (!$menuItemGiven) { $segments[] = $view; unset($query['view']); } if (isset($query['year'])) { if ($menuItemGiven) { $segments[] = $query['year']; unset($query['year']); } } if (isset($query['year']) && isset($query['month'])) { if ($menuItemGiven) { $segments[] = $query['month']; unset($query['month']); } } } if ($view == 'featured') { if (!$menuItemGiven) { $segments[] = $view; } unset($query['view']); } /* * If the layout is specified and it is the same as the layout in the menu item, we * unset it so it doesn't go into the query string. */ if (isset($query['layout'])) { if ($menuItemGiven && isset($menuItem->query['layout'])) { if ($query['layout'] == $menuItem->query['layout']) { unset($query['layout']); } } else { if ($query['layout'] == 'default') { unset($query['layout']); } } } $total = count($segments); for ($i = 0; $i < $total; $i++) { $segments[$i] = str_replace(':', '-', $segments[$i]); } return $segments; } /** * Parse the segments of a URL. * * @param array &$segments The segments of the URL to parse. * * @return array The URL attributes to be used by the application. * * @since 3.3 */ public function parse(&$segments) { $total = count($segments); $vars = array(); for ($i = 0; $i < $total; $i++) { $segments[$i] = preg_replace('/-/', ':', $segments[$i], 1); } // Get the active menu item. $app = JFactory::getApplication(); $menu = $app->getMenu(); $item = $menu->getActive(); $params = JComponentHelper::getParams('com_content'); $advanced = $params->get('sef_advanced_link', 0); $db = JFactory::getDbo(); // Count route segments $count = count($segments); /* * Standard routing for articles. If we don't pick up an Itemid then we get the view from the segments * the first segment is the view and the last segment is the id of the article or category. */ if (!isset($item)) { $vars['view'] = $segments[0]; $vars['id'] = $segments[$count - 1]; return $vars; } /* * If there is only one segment, then it points to either an article or a category. * We test it first to see if it is a category. If the id and alias match a category, * then we assume it is a category. If they don't we assume it is an article */ if ($count == 1) { // We check to see if an alias is given. If not, we assume it is an article if (strpos($segments[0], ':') === false) { $vars['view'] = 'article'; $vars['id'] = (int) $segments[0]; return $vars; } list($id, $alias) = explode(':', $segments[0], 2); // First we check if it is a category $category = JCategories::getInstance('Content')->get($id); if ($category && $category->alias == $alias) { $vars['view'] = 'category'; $vars['id'] = $id; return $vars; } else { $query = $db->getQuery(true) ->select($db->quoteName(array('alias', 'catid'))) ->from($db->quoteName('#__content')) ->where($db->quoteName('id') . ' = ' . (int) $id); $db->setQuery($query); $article = $db->loadObject(); if ($article) { if ($article->alias == $alias) { $vars['view'] = 'article'; $vars['catid'] = (int) $article->catid; $vars['id'] = (int) $id; return $vars; } } } } /* * If there was more than one segment, then we can determine where the URL points to * because the first segment will have the target category id prepended to it. If the * last segment has a number prepended, it is an article, otherwise, it is a category. */ if (!$advanced) { $cat_id = (int) $segments[0]; $article_id = (int) $segments[$count - 1]; if ($article_id > 0) { $vars['view'] = 'article'; $vars['catid'] = $cat_id; $vars['id'] = $article_id; } else { $vars['view'] = 'category'; $vars['id'] = $cat_id; } return $vars; } // We get the category id from the menu item and search from there $id = $item->query['id']; $category = JCategories::getInstance('Content')->get($id); if (!$category) { JError::raiseError(404, JText::_('COM_CONTENT_ERROR_PARENT_CATEGORY_NOT_FOUND')); return $vars; } $categories = $category->getChildren(); $vars['catid'] = $id; $vars['id'] = $id; $found = 0; foreach ($segments as $segment) { $segment = str_replace(':', '-', $segment); foreach ($categories as $category) { if ($category->alias == $segment) { $vars['id'] = $category->id; $vars['catid'] = $category->id; $vars['view'] = 'category'; $categories = $category->getChildren(); $found = 1; break; } } if ($found == 0) { if ($advanced) { $db = JFactory::getDbo(); $query = $db->getQuery(true) ->select($db->quoteName('id')) ->from('#__content') ->where($db->quoteName('catid') . ' = ' . (int) $vars['catid']) ->where($db->quoteName('alias') . ' = ' . $db->quote($segment)); $db->setQuery($query); $cid = $db->loadResult(); } else { $cid = $segment; } $vars['id'] = $cid; if ($item->query['view'] == 'archive' && $count != 1) { $vars['year'] = $count >= 2 ? $segments[$count - 2] : null; $vars['month'] = $segments[$count - 1]; $vars['view'] = 'archive'; } else { $vars['view'] = 'article'; } } $found = 0; } return $vars; } } /** * Content router functions * * These functions are proxys for the new router interface * for old SEF extensions. * * @deprecated 4.0 Use Class based routers instead */ function ContentBuildRoute(&$query) { $router = new ContentRouter; return $router->build($query); } function ContentParseRoute($segments) { $router = new ContentRouter; return $router->parse($segments); }

Der Recurvebogen oder auch Reflexbogen besteht aus 4 Teilen. Den beiden Wurfarmen, dem Mittel- oder Griffstück und der Sehne. Die beiden Wurfarme sind entscheidend für die Stärke des Bogens. Den nach hinten gebogenen Enden verdankt der Bogen auch seinen Namen. Sie können die Energie viel besser speichern und abgeben als sein Vorgänger der Langbogen und sorgen für einen weicheren Auszug. Die Sehne liegt an den Bogenenden an und der Schütze kann den Bogen weiter spannen als einen Langbogen. Nur der Compoundbogen erbringt eine höhere Leistung.

Der Recurvebogen ist aus verschiedenen Materialien gefertigt. Das Griffstück ist meist aus Holz oder Leichtmetall, die Wurfarme aus Fiberglas oder Carbon. Zusätzlich kann ein Visier angebracht werden. Es erleichtert dem Schützen das Anpeilen des Zieles. In der Regel ist sowohl eine Pfeilauflage als auch ein Button vorhanden. Der Button sorgt dafür, dass der Pfeil einen gewissen Abstand zum Bogen und eine ungestörte Flugbahn erreichen kann. Die Stabilisatoren sind, wie der Name schon sagt dafür da, den Bogen zu stabilisieren und ruhig zu halten. Außerdem gleichen sie, beim zurückschnellen der Sehne, die entstehenden Schwingungen des Bogens aus und schonen den Bogen und das Handgelenk des Schützen. Dem Schützen ist so ein besseres Trefferbild möglich.