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/***********************************************************
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in this Software without prior written authorization from The Open Group.
Copyright 1987 by Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts.
All Rights Reserved
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ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION,
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SOFTWARE.
******************************************************************/
#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H
#include <dix-config.h>
#endif
#include <X11/X.h>
#include <X11/Xmd.h>
#include <X11/Xproto.h>
#include "misc.h"
#include <X11/fonts/fontstruct.h>
#include "dixfontstr.h"
#include "gcstruct.h"
#include "windowstr.h"
#include "scrnintstr.h"
#include "pixmap.h"
#include "servermd.h"
#include "mi.h"
/*
machine-independent glyph blt.
assumes that glyph bits in snf are written in bytes,
have same bit order as the server's bitmap format,
and are byte padded. this corresponds to the snf distributed
with the sample server.
get a scratch GC.
in the scratch GC set alu = GXcopy, fg = 1, bg = 0
allocate a bitmap big enough to hold the largest glyph in the font
validate the scratch gc with the bitmap
for each glyph
carefully put the bits of the glyph in a buffer,
padded to the server pixmap scanline padding rules
fake a call to PutImage from the buffer into the bitmap
use the bitmap in a call to PushPixels
*/
_X_EXPORT void
miPolyGlyphBlt(pDrawable, pGC, x, y, nglyph, ppci, pglyphBase)
DrawablePtr pDrawable;
GC *pGC;
int x, y;
unsigned int nglyph;
CharInfoPtr *ppci; /* array of character info */
pointer pglyphBase; /* start of array of glyphs */
{
int width, height;
PixmapPtr pPixmap;
int nbyLine; /* bytes per line of padded pixmap */
FontPtr pfont;
GCPtr pGCtmp;
int i;
int j;
unsigned char *pbits; /* buffer for PutImage */
unsigned char *pb; /* temp pointer into buffer */
CharInfoPtr pci; /* currect char info */
unsigned char *pglyph; /* pointer bits in glyph */
int gWidth, gHeight; /* width and height of glyph */
int nbyGlyphWidth; /* bytes per scanline of glyph */
int nbyPadGlyph; /* server padded line of glyph */
XID gcvals[3];
if (pGC->miTranslate)
{
x += pDrawable->x;
y += pDrawable->y;
}
pfont = pGC->font;
width = FONTMAXBOUNDS(pfont,rightSideBearing) -
FONTMINBOUNDS(pfont,leftSideBearing);
height = FONTMAXBOUNDS(pfont,ascent) +
FONTMAXBOUNDS(pfont,descent);
pPixmap = (*pDrawable->pScreen->CreatePixmap)(pDrawable->pScreen,
width, height, 1);
if (!pPixmap)
return;
pGCtmp = GetScratchGC(1, pDrawable->pScreen);
if (!pGCtmp)
{
(*pDrawable->pScreen->DestroyPixmap)(pPixmap);
return;
}
gcvals[0] = GXcopy;
gcvals[1] = 1;
gcvals[2] = 0;
DoChangeGC(pGCtmp, GCFunction|GCForeground|GCBackground, gcvals, 0);
nbyLine = BitmapBytePad(width);
pbits = (unsigned char *)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(height*nbyLine);
if (!pbits)
{
(*pDrawable->pScreen->DestroyPixmap)(pPixmap);
FreeScratchGC(pGCtmp);
return;
}
while(nglyph--)
{
pci = *ppci++;
pglyph = FONTGLYPHBITS(pglyphBase, pci);
gWidth = GLYPHWIDTHPIXELS(pci);
gHeight = GLYPHHEIGHTPIXELS(pci);
if (gWidth && gHeight)
{
nbyGlyphWidth = GLYPHWIDTHBYTESPADDED(pci);
nbyPadGlyph = BitmapBytePad(gWidth);
if (nbyGlyphWidth == nbyPadGlyph
#if GLYPHPADBYTES != 4
&& (((int) pglyph) & 3) == 0
#endif
)
{
pb = pglyph;
}
else
{
for (i=0, pb = pbits; i<gHeight; i++, pb = pbits+(i*nbyPadGlyph))
for (j = 0; j < nbyGlyphWidth; j++)
*pb++ = *pglyph++;
pb = pbits;
}
if ((pGCtmp->serialNumber) != (pPixmap->drawable.serialNumber))
ValidateGC((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCtmp);
(*pGCtmp->ops->PutImage)((DrawablePtr)pPixmap, pGCtmp,
pPixmap->drawable.depth,
0, 0, gWidth, gHeight,
0, XYBitmap, (char *)pb);
if ((pGC->serialNumber) != (pDrawable->serialNumber))
ValidateGC(pDrawable, pGC);
(*pGC->ops->PushPixels)(pGC, pPixmap, pDrawable,
gWidth, gHeight,
x + pci->metrics.leftSideBearing,
y - pci->metrics.ascent);
}
x += pci->metrics.characterWidth;
}
(*pDrawable->pScreen->DestroyPixmap)(pPixmap);
DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pbits);
FreeScratchGC(pGCtmp);
}
_X_EXPORT void
miImageGlyphBlt(pDrawable, pGC, x, y, nglyph, ppci, pglyphBase)
DrawablePtr pDrawable;
GC *pGC;
int x, y;
unsigned int nglyph;
CharInfoPtr *ppci; /* array of character info */
pointer pglyphBase; /* start of array of glyphs */
{
ExtentInfoRec info; /* used by QueryGlyphExtents() */
XID gcvals[3];
int oldAlu, oldFS;
unsigned long oldFG;
xRectangle backrect;
QueryGlyphExtents(pGC->font, ppci, (unsigned long)nglyph, &info);
if (info.overallWidth >= 0)
{
backrect.x = x;
backrect.width = info.overallWidth;
}
else
{
backrect.x = x + info.overallWidth;
backrect.width = -info.overallWidth;
}
backrect.y = y - FONTASCENT(pGC->font);
backrect.height = FONTASCENT(pGC->font) + FONTDESCENT(pGC->font);
oldAlu = pGC->alu;
oldFG = pGC->fgPixel;
oldFS = pGC->fillStyle;
/* fill in the background */
gcvals[0] = GXcopy;
gcvals[1] = pGC->bgPixel;
gcvals[2] = FillSolid;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCFunction|GCForeground|GCFillStyle, gcvals, 0);
ValidateGC(pDrawable, pGC);
(*pGC->ops->PolyFillRect)(pDrawable, pGC, 1, &backrect);
/* put down the glyphs */
gcvals[0] = oldFG;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCForeground, gcvals, 0);
ValidateGC(pDrawable, pGC);
(*pGC->ops->PolyGlyphBlt)(pDrawable, pGC, x, y, nglyph, ppci,
pglyphBase);
/* put all the toys away when done playing */
gcvals[0] = oldAlu;
gcvals[1] = oldFG;
gcvals[2] = oldFS;
DoChangeGC(pGC, GCFunction|GCForeground|GCFillStyle, gcvals, 0);
ValidateGC(pDrawable, pGC);
}