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/***********************************************************
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Copyright 1987 by Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts.
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******************************************************************/
#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H
#include <dix-config.h>
#endif
#include <math.h>
#include <X11/X.h>
#include "gcstruct.h"
#include "windowstr.h"
#include "pixmapstr.h"
#include "mifpoly.h"
static int GetFPolyYBounds(register SppPointPtr pts, int n, double yFtrans,
int *by, int *ty);
#ifdef ICEILTEMPDECL
ICEILTEMPDECL
#endif
/*
* Written by Todd Newman; April. 1987.
*
* Fill a convex polygon. If the given polygon
* is not convex, then the result is undefined.
* The algorithm is to order the edges from smallest
* y to largest by partitioning the array into a left
* edge list and a right edge list. The algorithm used
* to traverse each edge is digital differencing analyzer
* line algorithm with y as the major axis. There's some funny linear
* interpolation involved because of the subpixel postioning.
*/
void
miFillSppPoly(dst, pgc, count, ptsIn, xTrans, yTrans, xFtrans, yFtrans)
DrawablePtr dst;
GCPtr pgc;
int count; /* number of points */
SppPointPtr ptsIn; /* the points */
int xTrans, yTrans; /* Translate each point by this */
double xFtrans, yFtrans; /* translate before conversion
by this amount. This provides
a mechanism to match rounding
errors with any shape that must
meet the polygon exactly.
*/
{
double xl = 0.0, xr = 0.0, /* x vals of left and right edges */
ml = 0.0, /* left edge slope */
mr = 0.0, /* right edge slope */
dy, /* delta y */
i; /* loop counter */
int y, /* current scanline */
j,
imin, /* index of vertex with smallest y */
ymin, /* y-extents of polygon */
ymax,
*width,
*FirstWidth, /* output buffer */
*Marked; /* set if this vertex has been used */
register int left, right, /* indices to first endpoints */
nextleft,
nextright; /* indices to second endpoints */
DDXPointPtr ptsOut,
FirstPoint; /* output buffer */
if (pgc->miTranslate)
{
xTrans += dst->x;
yTrans += dst->y;
}
imin = GetFPolyYBounds(ptsIn, count, yFtrans, &ymin, &ymax);
y = ymax - ymin + 1;
if ((count < 3) || (y <= 0))
return;
ptsOut = FirstPoint = (DDXPointPtr)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(sizeof(DDXPointRec) * y);
width = FirstWidth = (int *) ALLOCATE_LOCAL(sizeof(int) * y);
Marked = (int *) ALLOCATE_LOCAL(sizeof(int) * count);
if(!ptsOut || !width || !Marked)
{
if (Marked) DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(Marked);
if (width) DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(width);
if (ptsOut) DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(ptsOut);
return;
}
for(j = 0; j < count; j++)
Marked[j] = 0;
nextleft = nextright = imin;
Marked[imin] = -1;
y = ICEIL(ptsIn[nextleft].y + yFtrans);
/*
* loop through all edges of the polygon
*/
do
{
/* add a left edge if we need to */
if ((y > (ptsIn[nextleft].y + yFtrans) ||
ISEQUAL(y, ptsIn[nextleft].y + yFtrans)) &&
Marked[nextleft] != 1)
{
Marked[nextleft]++;
left = nextleft++;
/* find the next edge, considering the end conditions */
if (nextleft >= count)
nextleft = 0;
/* now compute the starting point and slope */
dy = ptsIn[nextleft].y - ptsIn[left].y;
if (dy != 0.0)
{
ml = (ptsIn[nextleft].x - ptsIn[left].x) / dy;
dy = y - (ptsIn[left].y + yFtrans);
xl = (ptsIn[left].x + xFtrans) + ml * max(dy, 0);
}
}
/* add a right edge if we need to */
if ((y > ptsIn[nextright].y + yFtrans) ||
(ISEQUAL(y, ptsIn[nextright].y + yFtrans)
&& Marked[nextright] != 1))
{
Marked[nextright]++;
right = nextright--;
/* find the next edge, considering the end conditions */
if (nextright < 0)
nextright = count - 1;
/* now compute the starting point and slope */
dy = ptsIn[nextright].y - ptsIn[right].y;
if (dy != 0.0)
{
mr = (ptsIn[nextright].x - ptsIn[right].x) / dy;
dy = y - (ptsIn[right].y + yFtrans);
xr = (ptsIn[right].x + xFtrans) + mr * max(dy, 0);
}
}
/*
* generate scans to fill while we still have
* a right edge as well as a left edge.
*/
i = (min(ptsIn[nextleft].y, ptsIn[nextright].y) + yFtrans) - y;
if (i < EPSILON)
{
if(Marked[nextleft] && Marked[nextright])
{
/* Arrgh, we're trapped! (no more points)
* Out, we've got to get out of here before this decadence saps
* our will completely! */
break;
}
continue;
}
else
{
j = (int) i;
if(!j)
j++;
}
while (j > 0)
{
int cxl, cxr;
ptsOut->y = (y) + yTrans;
cxl = ICEIL(xl);
cxr = ICEIL(xr);
/* reverse the edges if necessary */
if (xl < xr)
{
*(width++) = cxr - cxl;
(ptsOut++)->x = cxl + xTrans;
}
else
{
*(width++) = cxl - cxr;
(ptsOut++)->x = cxr + xTrans;
}
y++;
/* increment down the edges */
xl += ml;
xr += mr;
j--;
}
} while (y <= ymax);
/* Finally, fill the spans we've collected */
(*pgc->ops->FillSpans)(dst, pgc,
ptsOut-FirstPoint, FirstPoint, FirstWidth, 1);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(Marked);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(FirstWidth);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(FirstPoint);
}
/* Find the index of the point with the smallest y.also return the
* smallest and largest y */
static
int
GetFPolyYBounds(
register SppPointPtr pts,
int n,
double yFtrans,
int *by,
int *ty)
{
SppPointPtr ptMin;
double ymin, ymax;
SppPointPtr ptsStart = pts;
ptMin = pts;
ymin = ymax = (pts++)->y;
while (--n > 0) {
if (pts->y < ymin)
{
ptMin = pts;
ymin = pts->y;
}
if(pts->y > ymax)
ymax = pts->y;
pts++;
}
*by = ICEIL(ymin + yFtrans);
*ty = ICEIL(ymax + yFtrans - 1);
return(ptMin-ptsStart);
}