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/***********************************************************
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Copyright 1987 by Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts.
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******************************************************************/
/* Author: Todd Newman (aided and abetted by Mr. Drewry) */
#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H
#include <dix-config.h>
#endif
#include <X11/X.h>
#include <X11/Xprotostr.h>
#include "misc.h"
#include "gcstruct.h"
#include "pixmapstr.h"
#include "windowstr.h"
#include "scrnintstr.h"
#include "mi.h"
#include "regionstr.h"
#include <X11/Xmd.h>
#include "servermd.h"
#ifndef HAS_FFS
extern int ffs(int);
#endif
/* MICOPYAREA -- public entry for the CopyArea request
* For each rectangle in the source region
* get the pixels with GetSpans
* set them in the destination with SetSpans
* We let SetSpans worry about clipping to the destination.
*/
_X_EXPORT RegionPtr
miCopyArea(pSrcDrawable, pDstDrawable,
pGC, xIn, yIn, widthSrc, heightSrc, xOut, yOut)
DrawablePtr pSrcDrawable;
DrawablePtr pDstDrawable;
GCPtr pGC;
int xIn, yIn;
int widthSrc, heightSrc;
int xOut, yOut;
{
DDXPointPtr ppt, pptFirst;
unsigned int *pwidthFirst, *pwidth, *pbits;
BoxRec srcBox, *prect;
/* may be a new region, or just a copy */
RegionPtr prgnSrcClip;
/* non-0 if we've created a src clip */
RegionPtr prgnExposed;
int realSrcClip = 0;
int srcx, srcy, dstx, dsty, i, j, y, width, height,
xMin, xMax, yMin, yMax;
unsigned int *ordering;
int numRects;
BoxPtr boxes;
srcx = xIn + pSrcDrawable->x;
srcy = yIn + pSrcDrawable->y;
/* If the destination isn't realized, this is easy */
if (pDstDrawable->type == DRAWABLE_WINDOW &&
!((WindowPtr)pDstDrawable)->realized)
return (RegionPtr)NULL;
/* clip the source */
if (pSrcDrawable->type == DRAWABLE_PIXMAP)
{
BoxRec box;
box.x1 = pSrcDrawable->x;
box.y1 = pSrcDrawable->y;
box.x2 = pSrcDrawable->x + (int) pSrcDrawable->width;
box.y2 = pSrcDrawable->y + (int) pSrcDrawable->height;
prgnSrcClip = REGION_CREATE(&box, 1);
realSrcClip = 1;
}
else
{
if (pGC->subWindowMode == IncludeInferiors) {
prgnSrcClip = NotClippedByChildren ((WindowPtr) pSrcDrawable);
realSrcClip = 1;
} else
prgnSrcClip = &((WindowPtr)pSrcDrawable)->clipList;
}
/* If the src drawable is a window, we need to translate the srcBox so
* that we can compare it with the window's clip region later on. */
srcBox.x1 = srcx;
srcBox.y1 = srcy;
srcBox.x2 = srcx + widthSrc;
srcBox.y2 = srcy + heightSrc;
dstx = xOut;
dsty = yOut;
if (pGC->miTranslate)
{
dstx += pDstDrawable->x;
dsty += pDstDrawable->y;
}
pptFirst = ppt = (DDXPointPtr)
ALLOCATE_LOCAL(heightSrc * sizeof(DDXPointRec));
pwidthFirst = pwidth = (unsigned int *)
ALLOCATE_LOCAL(heightSrc * sizeof(unsigned int));
numRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(prgnSrcClip);
boxes = REGION_RECTS(prgnSrcClip);
ordering = (unsigned int *)
ALLOCATE_LOCAL(numRects * sizeof(unsigned int));
if(!pptFirst || !pwidthFirst || !ordering)
{
if (ordering)
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(ordering);
if (pwidthFirst)
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pwidthFirst);
if (pptFirst)
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pptFirst);
return (RegionPtr)NULL;
}
/* If not the same drawable then order of move doesn't matter.
Following assumes that boxes are sorted from top
to bottom and left to right.
*/
if ((pSrcDrawable != pDstDrawable) &&
((pGC->subWindowMode != IncludeInferiors) ||
(pSrcDrawable->type == DRAWABLE_PIXMAP) ||
(pDstDrawable->type == DRAWABLE_PIXMAP)))
for (i=0; i < numRects; i++)
ordering[i] = i;
else { /* within same drawable, must sequence moves carefully! */
if (dsty <= srcBox.y1) { /* Scroll up or stationary vertical.
Vertical order OK */
if (dstx <= srcBox.x1) /* Scroll left or stationary horizontal.
Horizontal order OK as well */
for (i=0; i < numRects; i++)
ordering[i] = i;
else { /* scroll right. must reverse horizontal banding of rects. */
for (i=0, j=1, xMax=0; i < numRects; j=i+1, xMax=i) {
/* find extent of current horizontal band */
y=boxes[i].y1; /* band has this y coordinate */
while ((j < numRects) && (boxes[j].y1 == y))
j++;
/* reverse the horizontal band in the output ordering */
for (j-- ; j >= xMax; j--, i++)
ordering[i] = j;
}
}
}
else { /* Scroll down. Must reverse vertical banding. */
if (dstx < srcBox.x1) { /* Scroll left. Horizontal order OK. */
for (i=numRects-1, j=i-1, yMin=i, yMax=0;
i >= 0;
j=i-1, yMin=i) {
/* find extent of current horizontal band */
y=boxes[i].y1; /* band has this y coordinate */
while ((j >= 0) && (boxes[j].y1 == y))
j--;
/* reverse the horizontal band in the output ordering */
for (j++ ; j <= yMin; j++, i--, yMax++)
ordering[yMax] = j;
}
}
else /* Scroll right or horizontal stationary.
Reverse horizontal order as well (if stationary, horizontal
order can be swapped without penalty and this is faster
to compute). */
for (i=0, j=numRects-1; i < numRects; i++, j--)
ordering[i] = j;
}
}
for(i = 0; i < numRects; i++)
{
prect = &boxes[ordering[i]];
xMin = max(prect->x1, srcBox.x1);
xMax = min(prect->x2, srcBox.x2);
yMin = max(prect->y1, srcBox.y1);
yMax = min(prect->y2, srcBox.y2);
/* is there anything visible here? */
if(xMax <= xMin || yMax <= yMin)
continue;
ppt = pptFirst;
pwidth = pwidthFirst;
y = yMin;
height = yMax - yMin;
width = xMax - xMin;
for(j = 0; j < height; j++)
{
/* We must untranslate before calling GetSpans */
ppt->x = xMin;
ppt++->y = y++;
*pwidth++ = width;
}
pbits = (unsigned int *)malloc(height * PixmapBytePad(width,
pSrcDrawable->depth));
if (pbits)
{
(*pSrcDrawable->pScreen->GetSpans)(pSrcDrawable, width, pptFirst,
(int *)pwidthFirst, height, (char *)pbits);
ppt = pptFirst;
pwidth = pwidthFirst;
xMin -= (srcx - dstx);
y = yMin - (srcy - dsty);
for(j = 0; j < height; j++)
{
ppt->x = xMin;
ppt++->y = y++;
*pwidth++ = width;
}
(*pGC->ops->SetSpans)(pDstDrawable, pGC, (char *)pbits, pptFirst,
(int *)pwidthFirst, height, TRUE);
free(pbits);
}
}
prgnExposed = miHandleExposures(pSrcDrawable, pDstDrawable, pGC, xIn, yIn,
widthSrc, heightSrc, xOut, yOut, (unsigned long)0);
if(realSrcClip)
REGION_DESTROY(prgnSrcClip);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(ordering);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pwidthFirst);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pptFirst);
return prgnExposed;
}
/* MIGETPLANE -- gets a bitmap representing one plane of pDraw
* A helper used for CopyPlane and XY format GetImage
* No clever strategy here, we grab a scanline at a time, pull out the
* bits and then stuff them in a 1 bit deep map.
*/
/*
* This should be replaced with something more general. mi shouldn't have to
* care about such things as scanline padding et alia.
*/
static
MiBits *
miGetPlane(
DrawablePtr pDraw,
int planeNum, /* number of the bitPlane */
int sx,
int sy,
int w,
int h,
MiBits *result)
{
int i, j, k, width, bitsPerPixel, widthInBytes;
DDXPointRec pt = {0, 0};
MiBits pixel;
MiBits bit;
unsigned char *pCharsOut = NULL;
#if BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT == 8
#define OUT_TYPE unsigned char
#endif
#if BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT == 16
#define OUT_TYPE CARD16
#endif
#if BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT == 32
#define OUT_TYPE CARD32
#endif
#if BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT == 64
#define OUT_TYPE CARD64
#endif
OUT_TYPE *pOut;
int delta = 0;
sx += pDraw->x;
sy += pDraw->y;
widthInBytes = BitmapBytePad(w);
if(!result)
result = (MiBits *)malloc(h * widthInBytes);
if (!result)
return (MiBits *)NULL;
bitsPerPixel = pDraw->bitsPerPixel;
bzero((char *)result, h * widthInBytes);
pOut = (OUT_TYPE *) result;
if(bitsPerPixel == 1)
{
pCharsOut = (unsigned char *) result;
width = w;
}
else
{
delta = (widthInBytes / (BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT / 8)) -
(w / BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT);
width = 1;
#if IMAGE_BYTE_ORDER == MSBFirst
planeNum += (32 - bitsPerPixel);
#endif
}
pt.y = sy;
for (i = h; --i >= 0; pt.y++)
{
pt.x = sx;
if(bitsPerPixel == 1)
{
(*pDraw->pScreen->GetSpans)(pDraw, width, &pt, &width, 1,
(char *)pCharsOut);
pCharsOut += widthInBytes;
}
else
{
k = 0;
for(j = w; --j >= 0; pt.x++)
{
/* Fetch the next pixel */
(*pDraw->pScreen->GetSpans)(pDraw, width, &pt, &width, 1,
(char *)&pixel);
/*
* Now get the bit and insert into a bitmap in XY format.
*/
bit = (pixel >> planeNum) & 1;
#if 0
/* XXX assuming bit order == byte order */
#if BITMAP_BIT_ORDER == LSBFirst
bit <<= k;
#else
bit <<= ((BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT - 1) - k);
#endif
#else
/* XXX assuming byte order == LSBFirst */
if (screenInfo.bitmapBitOrder == LSBFirst)
bit <<= k;
else
bit <<= ((screenInfo.bitmapScanlineUnit - 1) -
(k % screenInfo.bitmapScanlineUnit)) +
((k / screenInfo.bitmapScanlineUnit) *
screenInfo.bitmapScanlineUnit);
#endif
*pOut |= (OUT_TYPE) bit;
k++;
if (k == BITMAP_SCANLINE_UNIT)
{
pOut++;
k = 0;
}
}
pOut += delta;
}
}
return(result);
}
/* MIOPQSTIPDRAWABLE -- use pbits as an opaque stipple for pDraw.
* Drawing through the clip mask we SetSpans() the bits into a
* bitmap and stipple those bits onto the destination drawable by doing a
* PolyFillRect over the whole drawable,
* then we invert the bitmap by copying it onto itself with an alu of
* GXinvert, invert the foreground/background colors of the gc, and draw
* the background bits.
* Note how the clipped out bits of the bitmap are always the background
* color so that the stipple never causes FillRect to draw them.
*/
void
miOpqStipDrawable(pDraw, pGC, prgnSrc, pbits, srcx, w, h, dstx, dsty)
DrawablePtr pDraw;
GCPtr pGC;
RegionPtr prgnSrc;
MiBits *pbits;
int srcx, w, h, dstx, dsty;
{
int oldfill, i;
unsigned long oldfg;
int *pwidth, *pwidthFirst;
ChangeGCVal gcv[6];
PixmapPtr pStipple, pPixmap;
DDXPointRec oldOrg;
GCPtr pGCT;
DDXPointPtr ppt, pptFirst;
xRectangle rect;
RegionPtr prgnSrcClip;
pPixmap = (*pDraw->pScreen->CreatePixmap)
(pDraw->pScreen, w + srcx, h, 1);
if (!pPixmap)
return;
/* Put the image into a 1 bit deep pixmap */
pGCT = GetScratchGC(1, pDraw->pScreen);
if (!pGCT)
{
(*pDraw->pScreen->DestroyPixmap)(pPixmap);
return;
}
/* First set the whole pixmap to 0 */
gcv[0].val = 0;
dixChangeGC(NullClient, pGCT, GCBackground, NULL, gcv);
ValidateGC((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCT);
miClearDrawable((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCT);
ppt = pptFirst = (DDXPointPtr)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(h * sizeof(DDXPointRec));
pwidth = pwidthFirst = (int *)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(h * sizeof(int));
if(!pptFirst || !pwidthFirst)
{
if (pwidthFirst) DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pwidthFirst);
if (pptFirst) DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pptFirst);
FreeScratchGC(pGCT);
return;
}
/* we need a temporary region because ChangeClip must be assumed
to destroy what it's sent. note that this means we don't
have to free prgnSrcClip ourselves.
*/
prgnSrcClip = REGION_CREATE(NULL, 0);
REGION_COPY(prgnSrcClip, prgnSrc);
REGION_TRANSLATE(prgnSrcClip, srcx, 0);
(*pGCT->funcs->ChangeClip)(pGCT, CT_REGION, prgnSrcClip, 0);
ValidateGC((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCT);
/* Since we know pDraw is always a pixmap, we never need to think
* about translation here */
for(i = 0; i < h; i++)
{
ppt->x = 0;
ppt++->y = i;
*pwidth++ = w + srcx;
}
(*pGCT->ops->SetSpans)((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCT, (char *)pbits,
pptFirst, pwidthFirst, h, TRUE);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pwidthFirst);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pptFirst);
/* Save current values from the client GC */
oldfill = pGC->fillStyle;
pStipple = pGC->stipple;
if(pStipple)
pStipple->refcnt++;
oldOrg = pGC->patOrg;
/* Set a new stipple in the drawable */
gcv[0].val = FillStippled;
gcv[1].ptr = pPixmap;
gcv[2].val = dstx - srcx;
gcv[3].val = dsty;
dixChangeGC(NullClient, pGC,
GCFillStyle | GCStipple | GCTileStipXOrigin | GCTileStipYOrigin,
NULL, gcv);
ValidateGC(pDraw, pGC);
/* Fill the drawable with the stipple. This will draw the
* foreground color whereever 1 bits are set, leaving everything
* with 0 bits untouched. Note that the part outside the clip
* region is all 0s. */
rect.x = dstx;
rect.y = dsty;
rect.width = w;
rect.height = h;
(*pGC->ops->PolyFillRect)(pDraw, pGC, 1, &rect);
/* Invert the tiling pixmap. This sets 0s for 1s and 1s for 0s, only
* within the clipping region, the part outside is still all 0s */
gcv[0].val = GXinvert;
dixChangeGC(NullClient, pGCT, GCFunction, NULL, gcv);
ValidateGC((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCT);
(*pGCT->ops->CopyArea)((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, (DrawablePtr)pPixmap,
pGCT, 0, 0, w + srcx, h, 0, 0);
/* Swap foreground and background colors on the GC for the drawable.
* Now when we fill the drawable, we will fill in the "Background"
* values */
oldfg = pGC->fgPixel;
gcv[0].val = pGC->bgPixel;
gcv[1].val = oldfg;
gcv[2].ptr = pPixmap;
dixChangeGC(NullClient, pGC, GCForeground | GCBackground | GCStipple,
NULL, gcv);
ValidateGC(pDraw, pGC);
/* PolyFillRect might have bashed the rectangle */
rect.x = dstx;
rect.y = dsty;
rect.width = w;
rect.height = h;
(*pGC->ops->PolyFillRect)(pDraw, pGC, 1, &rect);
/* Now put things back */
if(pStipple)
pStipple->refcnt--;
gcv[0].val = oldfg;
gcv[1].val = pGC->fgPixel;
gcv[2].val = oldfill;
gcv[3].ptr = pStipple;
gcv[4].val = oldOrg.x;
gcv[5].val = oldOrg.y;
dixChangeGC(NullClient, pGC,
GCForeground | GCBackground | GCFillStyle | GCStipple |
GCTileStipXOrigin | GCTileStipYOrigin, NULL, gcv);
ValidateGC(pDraw, pGC);
/* put what we hope is a smaller clip region back in the scratch gc */
(*pGCT->funcs->ChangeClip)(pGCT, CT_NONE, NULL, 0);
FreeScratchGC(pGCT);
(*pDraw->pScreen->DestroyPixmap)(pPixmap);
}
/* MICOPYPLANE -- public entry for the CopyPlane request.
* strategy:
* First build up a bitmap out of the bits requested
* build a source clip
* Use the bitmap we've built up as a Stipple for the destination
*/
_X_EXPORT RegionPtr
miCopyPlane(pSrcDrawable, pDstDrawable,
pGC, srcx, srcy, width, height, dstx, dsty, bitPlane)
DrawablePtr pSrcDrawable;
DrawablePtr pDstDrawable;
GCPtr pGC;
int srcx, srcy;
int width, height;
int dstx, dsty;
unsigned long bitPlane;
{
MiBits *ptile;
BoxRec box;
RegionPtr prgnSrc, prgnExposed;
/* incorporate the source clip */
box.x1 = srcx + pSrcDrawable->x;
box.y1 = srcy + pSrcDrawable->y;
box.x2 = box.x1 + width;
box.y2 = box.y1 + height;
/* clip to visible drawable */
if (box.x1 < pSrcDrawable->x)
box.x1 = pSrcDrawable->x;
if (box.y1 < pSrcDrawable->y)
box.y1 = pSrcDrawable->y;
if (box.x2 > pSrcDrawable->x + (int) pSrcDrawable->width)
box.x2 = pSrcDrawable->x + (int) pSrcDrawable->width;
if (box.y2 > pSrcDrawable->y + (int) pSrcDrawable->height)
box.y2 = pSrcDrawable->y + (int) pSrcDrawable->height;
if (box.x1 > box.x2)
box.x2 = box.x1;
if (box.y1 > box.y2)
box.y2 = box.y1;
prgnSrc = REGION_CREATE(&box, 1);
if (pSrcDrawable->type != DRAWABLE_PIXMAP) {
/* clip to visible drawable */
if (pGC->subWindowMode == IncludeInferiors)
{
RegionPtr clipList = NotClippedByChildren ((WindowPtr) pSrcDrawable);
REGION_INTERSECT(prgnSrc, prgnSrc, clipList);
REGION_DESTROY(clipList);
} else
REGION_INTERSECT(prgnSrc, prgnSrc,
&((WindowPtr)pSrcDrawable)->clipList);
}
box = *REGION_EXTENTS(prgnSrc);
REGION_TRANSLATE(prgnSrc, -box.x1, -box.y1);
if ((box.x2 > box.x1) && (box.y2 > box.y1))
{
/* minimize the size of the data extracted */
/* note that we convert the plane mask bitPlane into a plane number */
box.x1 -= pSrcDrawable->x;
box.x2 -= pSrcDrawable->x;
box.y1 -= pSrcDrawable->y;
box.y2 -= pSrcDrawable->y;
ptile = miGetPlane(pSrcDrawable, ffs(bitPlane) - 1,
box.x1, box.y1,
box.x2 - box.x1, box.y2 - box.y1,
(MiBits *) NULL);
if (ptile)
{
miOpqStipDrawable(pDstDrawable, pGC, prgnSrc, ptile, 0,
box.x2 - box.x1, box.y2 - box.y1,
dstx + box.x1 - srcx, dsty + box.y1 - srcy);
free(ptile);
}
}
prgnExposed = miHandleExposures(pSrcDrawable, pDstDrawable, pGC, srcx, srcy,
width, height, dstx, dsty, bitPlane);
REGION_DESTROY(prgnSrc);
return prgnExposed;
}
/* MIGETIMAGE -- public entry for the GetImage Request
* We're getting the image into a memory buffer. While we have to use GetSpans
* to read a line from the device (since we don't know what that looks like),
* we can just write into the destination buffer
*
* two different strategies are used, depending on whether we're getting the
* image in Z format or XY format
* Z format:
* Line at a time, GetSpans a line into the destination buffer, then if the
* planemask is not all ones, we do a SetSpans into a temporary buffer (to get
* bits turned off) and then another GetSpans to get stuff back (because
* pixmaps are opaque, and we are passed in the memory to write into). This is
* pretty ugly and slow but works. Life is hard.
* XY format:
* get the single plane specified in planemask
*/
_X_EXPORT void
miGetImage(pDraw, sx, sy, w, h, format, planeMask, pDst)
DrawablePtr pDraw;
int sx, sy, w, h;
unsigned int format;
unsigned long planeMask;
char * pDst;
{
unsigned char depth;
int i, linelength, width, srcx, srcy;
DDXPointRec pt = {0, 0};
XID gcv[2];
PixmapPtr pPixmap = (PixmapPtr)NULL;
GCPtr pGC = NULL;
depth = pDraw->depth;
if(format == ZPixmap)
{
if ( (((1<<depth)-1)&planeMask) != (1<<depth)-1 )
{
xPoint pt;
pGC = GetScratchGC(depth, pDraw->pScreen);
if (!pGC)
return;
pPixmap = (*pDraw->pScreen->CreatePixmap)
(pDraw->pScreen, w, 1, depth);
if (!pPixmap)
{
FreeScratchGC(pGC);
return;
}
/*
* Clear the pixmap before doing anything else
*/
ValidateGC((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGC);
pt.x = pt.y = 0;
width = w;
(*pGC->ops->FillSpans)((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGC, 1, &pt, &width,
TRUE);
/* alu is already GXCopy */
gcv[0] = (XID)planeMask;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCPlaneMask, gcv, 0);
ValidateGC((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGC);
}
linelength = PixmapBytePad(w, depth);
srcx = sx + pDraw->x;
srcy = sy + pDraw->y;
for(i = 0; i < h; i++)
{
pt.x = srcx;
pt.y = srcy + i;
width = w;
(*pDraw->pScreen->GetSpans)(pDraw, w, &pt, &width, 1, pDst);
if (pPixmap)
{
pt.x = 0;
pt.y = 0;
width = w;
(*pGC->ops->SetSpans)((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGC, pDst,
&pt, &width, 1, TRUE);
(*pDraw->pScreen->GetSpans)((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, w, &pt,
&width, 1, pDst);
}
pDst += linelength;
}
if (pPixmap)
{
(*pGC->pScreen->DestroyPixmap)(pPixmap);
FreeScratchGC(pGC);
}
}
else
{
(void) miGetPlane(pDraw, ffs(planeMask) - 1, sx, sy, w, h,
(MiBits *)pDst);
}
}
/* MIPUTIMAGE -- public entry for the PutImage request
* Here we benefit from knowing the format of the bits pointed to by pImage,
* even if we don't know how pDraw represents them.
* Three different strategies are used depending on the format
* XYBitmap Format:
* we just use the Opaque Stipple helper function to cover the destination
* Note that this covers all the planes of the drawable with the
* foreground color (masked with the GC planemask) where there are 1 bits
* and the background color (masked with the GC planemask) where there are
* 0 bits
* XYPixmap format:
* what we're called with is a series of XYBitmaps, but we only want
* each XYPixmap to update 1 plane, instead of updating all of them.
* we set the foreground color to be all 1s and the background to all 0s
* then for each plane, we set the plane mask to only effect that one
* plane and recursive call ourself with the format set to XYBitmap
* (This clever idea courtesy of RGD.)
* ZPixmap format:
* This part is simple, just call SetSpans
*/
_X_EXPORT void
miPutImage(pDraw, pGC, depth, x, y, w, h, leftPad, format, pImage)
DrawablePtr pDraw;
GCPtr pGC;
int depth, x, y, w, h, leftPad;
int format;
char *pImage;
{
DDXPointPtr pptFirst, ppt;
int *pwidthFirst, *pwidth;
RegionPtr prgnSrc;
BoxRec box;
unsigned long oldFg, oldBg;
XID gcv[3];
unsigned long oldPlanemask;
unsigned long i;
long bytesPer;
if (!w || !h)
return;
switch(format)
{
case XYBitmap:
box.x1 = 0;
box.y1 = 0;
box.x2 = w;
box.y2 = h;
prgnSrc = REGION_CREATE(&box, 1);
miOpqStipDrawable(pDraw, pGC, prgnSrc, (MiBits *) pImage,
leftPad, w, h, x, y);
REGION_DESTROY(prgnSrc);
break;
case XYPixmap:
depth = pGC->depth;
oldPlanemask = pGC->planemask;
oldFg = pGC->fgPixel;
oldBg = pGC->bgPixel;
gcv[0] = (XID)~0;
gcv[1] = (XID)0;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCForeground | GCBackground, gcv, 0);
bytesPer = (long)h * BitmapBytePad(w + leftPad);
for (i = (unsigned long) 1 << (depth-1); i != 0; i >>= 1, pImage += bytesPer)
{
if (i & oldPlanemask)
{
gcv[0] = (XID)i;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCPlaneMask, gcv, 0);
ValidateGC(pDraw, pGC);
(*pGC->ops->PutImage)(pDraw, pGC, 1, x, y, w, h, leftPad,
XYBitmap, (char *)pImage);
}
}
gcv[0] = (XID)oldPlanemask;
gcv[1] = (XID)oldFg;
gcv[2] = (XID)oldBg;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCPlaneMask | GCForeground | GCBackground, gcv, 0);
ValidateGC(pDraw, pGC);
break;
case ZPixmap:
ppt = pptFirst = (DDXPointPtr)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(h * sizeof(DDXPointRec));
pwidth = pwidthFirst = (int *)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(h * sizeof(int));
if(!pptFirst || !pwidthFirst)
{
if (pwidthFirst)
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pwidthFirst);
if (pptFirst)
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pptFirst);
return;
}
if (pGC->miTranslate)
{
x += pDraw->x;
y += pDraw->y;
}
for(i = 0; i < h; i++)
{
ppt->x = x;
ppt->y = y + i;
ppt++;
*pwidth++ = w;
}
(*pGC->ops->SetSpans)(pDraw, pGC, (char *)pImage, pptFirst,
pwidthFirst, h, TRUE);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pwidthFirst);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pptFirst);
break;
}
}