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/*
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*/
/*
* fill.h
*
* Created by Brian Kelleher; Oct 1985
*
* Include file for filled polygon routines.
*
* These are the data structures needed to scan
* convert regions. Two different scan conversion
* methods are available -- the even-odd method, and
* the winding number method.
* The even-odd rule states that a point is inside
* the polygon if a ray drawn from that point in any
* direction will pass through an odd number of
* path segments.
* By the winding number rule, a point is decided
* to be inside the polygon if a ray drawn from that
* point in any direction passes through a different
* number of clockwise and counter-clockwise path
* segments.
*
* These data structures are adapted somewhat from
* the algorithm in (Foley/Van Dam) for scan converting
* polygons.
* The basic algorithm is to start at the top (smallest y)
* of the polygon, stepping down to the bottom of
* the polygon by incrementing the y coordinate. We
* keep a list of edges which the current scanline crosses,
* sorted by x. This list is called the Active Edge Table (AET)
* As we change the y-coordinate, we update each entry in
* in the active edge table to reflect the edges new xcoord.
* This list must be sorted at each scanline in case
* two edges intersect.
* We also keep a data structure known as the Edge Table (ET),
* which keeps track of all the edges which the current
* scanline has not yet reached. The ET is basically a
* list of ScanLineList structures containing a list of
* edges which are entered at a given scanline. There is one
* ScanLineList per scanline at which an edge is entered.
* When we enter a new edge, we move it from the ET to the AET.
*
* From the AET, we can implement the even-odd rule as in
* (Foley/Van Dam).
* The winding number rule is a little trickier. We also
* keep the EdgeTableEntries in the AET linked by the
* nextWETE (winding EdgeTableEntry) link. This allows
* the edges to be linked just as before for updating
* purposes, but only uses the edges linked by the nextWETE
* link as edges representing spans of the polygon to
* drawn (as with the even-odd rule).
*/
/*
* for the winding number rule
*/
#define CLOCKWISE 1
#define COUNTERCLOCKWISE -1
typedef struct _EdgeTableEntry {
int ymax; /* ycoord at which we exit this edge. */
BRESINFO bres; /* Bresenham info to run the edge */
struct _EdgeTableEntry *next; /* next in the list */
struct _EdgeTableEntry *back; /* for insertion sort */
struct _EdgeTableEntry *nextWETE; /* for winding num rule */
int ClockWise; /* flag for winding number rule */
} EdgeTableEntry;
typedef struct _ScanLineList{
int scanline; /* the scanline represented */
EdgeTableEntry *edgelist; /* header node */
struct _ScanLineList *next; /* next in the list */
} ScanLineList;
typedef struct {
int ymax; /* ymax for the polygon */
int ymin; /* ymin for the polygon */
ScanLineList scanlines; /* header node */
} EdgeTable;
/*
* Here is a struct to help with storage allocation
* so we can allocate a big chunk at a time, and then take
* pieces from this heap when we need to.
*/
#define SLLSPERBLOCK 25
typedef struct _ScanLineListBlock {
ScanLineList SLLs[SLLSPERBLOCK];
struct _ScanLineListBlock *next;
} ScanLineListBlock;
/*
* number of points to buffer before sending them off
* to scanlines() : Must be an even number
*/
#define NUMPTSTOBUFFER 200
/*
*
* a few macros for the inner loops of the fill code where
* performance considerations don't allow a procedure call.
*
* Evaluate the given edge at the given scanline.
* If the edge has expired, then we leave it and fix up
* the active edge table; otherwise, we increment the
* x value to be ready for the next scanline.
* The winding number rule is in effect, so we must notify
* the caller when the edge has been removed so he
* can reorder the Winding Active Edge Table.
*/
#define EVALUATEEDGEWINDING(pAET, pPrevAET, y, fixWAET) { \
if (pAET->ymax == y) { /* leaving this edge */ \
pPrevAET->next = pAET->next; \
pAET = pPrevAET->next; \
fixWAET = 1; \
if (pAET) \
pAET->back = pPrevAET; \
} \
else { \
BRESINCRPGONSTRUCT(pAET->bres); \
pPrevAET = pAET; \
pAET = pAET->next; \
} \
}
/*
* Evaluate the given edge at the given scanline.
* If the edge has expired, then we leave it and fix up
* the active edge table; otherwise, we increment the
* x value to be ready for the next scanline.
* The even-odd rule is in effect.
*/
#define EVALUATEEDGEEVENODD(pAET, pPrevAET, y) { \
if (pAET->ymax == y) { /* leaving this edge */ \
pPrevAET->next = pAET->next; \
pAET = pPrevAET->next; \
if (pAET) \
pAET->back = pPrevAET; \
} \
else { \
BRESINCRPGONSTRUCT(pAET->bres); \
pPrevAET = pAET; \
pAET = pAET->next; \
} \
}
/* mipolyutil.c */
extern Bool miInsertEdgeInET(
EdgeTable * /*ET*/,
EdgeTableEntry * /*ETE*/,
int /*scanline*/,
ScanLineListBlock ** /*SLLBlock*/,
int * /*iSLLBlock*/
);
extern Bool miCreateETandAET(
int /*count*/,
DDXPointPtr /*pts*/,
EdgeTable * /*ET*/,
EdgeTableEntry * /*AET*/,
EdgeTableEntry * /*pETEs*/,
ScanLineListBlock * /*pSLLBlock*/
);
extern void miloadAET(
EdgeTableEntry * /*AET*/,
EdgeTableEntry * /*ETEs*/
);
extern void micomputeWAET(
EdgeTableEntry * /*AET*/
);
extern int miInsertionSort(
EdgeTableEntry * /*AET*/
);
extern void miFreeStorage(
ScanLineListBlock * /*pSLLBlock*/
);