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#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H
#include <dix-config.h>
#endif
#include "regionstr.h"
#include <X11/Xprotostr.h>
#include "gc.h"
#include "mi.h"
#include "mispans.h"
#if defined (__GNUC__) && !defined (NO_INLINES)
#define INLINE __inline
#else
#define INLINE
#endif
#undef assert
#ifdef DEBUG
#define assert(expr) {if (!(expr)) \
FatalError("Assertion failed file %s, line %d: expr\n", \
__FILE__, __LINE__); }
#else
#define assert(expr)
#endif
#define good(reg) assert(miValidRegion(reg))
/*
* The functions in this file implement the Region abstraction used extensively
* throughout the X11 sample server. A Region is simply a set of disjoint
* (non-overlapping) rectangles, plus an "extent" rectangle which is the
* smallest single rectangle that contains all the non-overlapping rectangles.
*
* A Region is implemented as a "y-x-banded" array of rectangles. This array
* imposes two degrees of order. First, all rectangles are sorted by top side
* y coordinate first (y1), and then by left side x coordinate (x1).
*
* Furthermore, the rectangles are grouped into "bands". Each rectangle in a
* band has the same top y coordinate (y1), and each has the same bottom y
* coordinate (y2). Thus all rectangles in a band differ only in their left
* and right side (x1 and x2). Bands are implicit in the array of rectangles:
* there is no separate list of band start pointers.
*
* The y-x band representation does not minimize rectangles. In particular,
* if a rectangle vertically crosses a band (the rectangle has scanlines in
* the y1 to y2 area spanned by the band), then the rectangle may be broken
* down into two or more smaller rectangles stacked one atop the other.
*
* ----------- -----------
* | | | | band 0
* | | -------- ----------- --------
* | | | | in y-x banded | | | | band 1
* | | | | form is | | | |
* ----------- | | ----------- --------
* | | | | band 2
* -------- --------
*
* An added constraint on the rectangles is that they must cover as much
* horizontal area as possible: no two rectangles within a band are allowed
* to touch.
*
* Whenever possible, bands will be merged together to cover a greater vertical
* distance (and thus reduce the number of rectangles). Two bands can be merged
* only if the bottom of one touches the top of the other and they have
* rectangles in the same places (of the same width, of course).
*
* Adam de Boor wrote most of the original region code. Joel McCormack
* substantially modified or rewrote most of the core arithmetic routines,
* and added miRegionValidate in order to support several speed improvements
* to miValidateTree. Bob Scheifler changed the representation to be more
* compact when empty or a single rectangle, and did a bunch of gratuitous
* reformatting.
*/
/* true iff two Boxes overlap */
#define EXTENTCHECK(r1,r2) \
(!( ((r1)->x2 <= (r2)->x1) || \
((r1)->x1 >= (r2)->x2) || \
((r1)->y2 <= (r2)->y1) || \
((r1)->y1 >= (r2)->y2) ) )
/* true iff (x,y) is in Box */
#define INBOX(r,x,y) \
( ((r)->x2 > x) && \
((r)->x1 <= x) && \
((r)->y2 > y) && \
((r)->y1 <= y) )
/* true iff Box r1 contains Box r2 */
#define SUBSUMES(r1,r2) \
( ((r1)->x1 <= (r2)->x1) && \
((r1)->x2 >= (r2)->x2) && \
((r1)->y1 <= (r2)->y1) && \
((r1)->y2 >= (r2)->y2) )
#define xallocData(n) (RegDataPtr)malloc(REGION_SZOF(n))
#define xfreeData(reg) if ((reg)->data && (reg)->data->size) free((reg)->data)
#define RECTALLOC_BAIL(pReg,n,bail) \
if (!(pReg)->data || (((pReg)->data->numRects + (n)) > (pReg)->data->size)) \
if (!miRectAlloc(pReg, n)) { goto bail; }
#define RECTALLOC(pReg,n) \
if (!(pReg)->data || (((pReg)->data->numRects + (n)) > (pReg)->data->size)) \
if (!miRectAlloc(pReg, n)) { return FALSE; }
#define ADDRECT(pNextRect,nx1,ny1,nx2,ny2) \
{ \
pNextRect->x1 = nx1; \
pNextRect->y1 = ny1; \
pNextRect->x2 = nx2; \
pNextRect->y2 = ny2; \
pNextRect++; \
}
#define NEWRECT(pReg,pNextRect,nx1,ny1,nx2,ny2) \
{ \
if (!(pReg)->data || ((pReg)->data->numRects == (pReg)->data->size))\
{ \
if (!miRectAlloc(pReg, 1)) \
return FALSE; \
pNextRect = REGION_TOP(pReg); \
} \
ADDRECT(pNextRect,nx1,ny1,nx2,ny2); \
pReg->data->numRects++; \
assert(pReg->data->numRects<=pReg->data->size); \
}
#define DOWNSIZE(reg,numRects) \
if (((numRects) < ((reg)->data->size >> 1)) && ((reg)->data->size > 50)) \
{ \
RegDataPtr NewData; \
NewData = (RegDataPtr)realloc((reg)->data, REGION_SZOF(numRects)); \
if (NewData) \
{ \
NewData->size = (numRects); \
(reg)->data = NewData; \
} \
}
_X_EXPORT BoxRec miEmptyBox = {0, 0, 0, 0};
_X_EXPORT RegDataRec miEmptyData = {0, 0};
RegDataRec miBrokenData = {0, 0};
RegionRec miBrokenRegion = { { 0, 0, 0, 0 }, &miBrokenData };
#ifdef DEBUG
int
miPrintRegion(rgn)
RegionPtr rgn;
{
int num, size;
int i;
BoxPtr rects;
num = REGION_NUM_RECTS(rgn);
size = REGION_SIZE(rgn);
rects = REGION_RECTS(rgn);
ErrorF("num: %d size: %d\n", num, size);
ErrorF("extents: %d %d %d %d\n",
rgn->extents.x1, rgn->extents.y1, rgn->extents.x2, rgn->extents.y2);
for (i = 0; i < num; i++)
ErrorF("%d %d %d %d \n",
rects[i].x1, rects[i].y1, rects[i].x2, rects[i].y2);
ErrorF("\n");
return(num);
}
#endif /* DEBUG */
#ifdef DEBUG
Bool
miValidRegion(reg)
RegionPtr reg;
{
int i, numRects;
if ((reg->extents.x1 > reg->extents.x2) ||
(reg->extents.y1 > reg->extents.y2))
return FALSE;
numRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(reg);
if (!numRects)
return ((reg->extents.x1 == reg->extents.x2) &&
(reg->extents.y1 == reg->extents.y2) &&
(reg->data->size || (reg->data == &miEmptyData)));
else if (numRects == 1)
return (!reg->data);
else
{
BoxPtr pboxP, pboxN;
BoxRec box;
pboxP = REGION_RECTS(reg);
box = *pboxP;
box.y2 = pboxP[numRects-1].y2;
pboxN = pboxP + 1;
for (i = numRects; --i > 0; pboxP++, pboxN++)
{
if ((pboxN->x1 >= pboxN->x2) ||
(pboxN->y1 >= pboxN->y2))
return FALSE;
if (pboxN->x1 < box.x1)
box.x1 = pboxN->x1;
if (pboxN->x2 > box.x2)
box.x2 = pboxN->x2;
if ((pboxN->y1 < pboxP->y1) ||
((pboxN->y1 == pboxP->y1) &&
((pboxN->x1 < pboxP->x2) || (pboxN->y2 != pboxP->y2))))
return FALSE;
}
return ((box.x1 == reg->extents.x1) &&
(box.x2 == reg->extents.x2) &&
(box.y1 == reg->extents.y1) &&
(box.y2 == reg->extents.y2));
}
}
#endif /* DEBUG */
/*****************************************************************
* RegionCreate(rect, size)
* This routine does a simple malloc to make a structure of
* REGION of "size" number of rectangles.
*****************************************************************/
_X_EXPORT RegionPtr
miRegionCreate(rect, size)
BoxPtr rect;
int size;
{
RegionPtr pReg;
pReg = (RegionPtr)malloc(sizeof(RegionRec));
if (!pReg)
return &miBrokenRegion;
if (rect)
{
pReg->extents = *rect;
pReg->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
}
else
{
pReg->extents = miEmptyBox;
if ((size > 1) && (pReg->data = xallocData(size)))
{
pReg->data->size = size;
pReg->data->numRects = 0;
}
else
pReg->data = &miEmptyData;
}
return(pReg);
}
_X_EXPORT void
miRegionDestroy(pReg)
RegionPtr pReg;
{
good(pReg);
xfreeData(pReg);
if (pReg != &miBrokenRegion)
free(pReg);
}
Bool
miRegionBreak (pReg)
RegionPtr pReg;
{
xfreeData (pReg);
pReg->extents = miEmptyBox;
pReg->data = &miBrokenData;
return FALSE;
}
_X_EXPORT Bool
miRectAlloc(
register RegionPtr pRgn,
int n)
{
RegDataPtr data;
if (!pRgn->data)
{
n++;
pRgn->data = xallocData(n);
if (!pRgn->data)
return miRegionBreak (pRgn);
pRgn->data->numRects = 1;
*REGION_BOXPTR(pRgn) = pRgn->extents;
}
else if (!pRgn->data->size)
{
pRgn->data = xallocData(n);
if (!pRgn->data)
return miRegionBreak (pRgn);
pRgn->data->numRects = 0;
}
else
{
if (n == 1)
{
n = pRgn->data->numRects;
if (n > 500) /* XXX pick numbers out of a hat */
n = 250;
}
n += pRgn->data->numRects;
data = (RegDataPtr)realloc(pRgn->data, REGION_SZOF(n));
if (!data)
return miRegionBreak (pRgn);
pRgn->data = data;
}
pRgn->data->size = n;
return TRUE;
}
_X_EXPORT Bool
miRegionCopy(dst, src)
RegionPtr dst;
RegionPtr src;
{
good(dst);
good(src);
if (dst == src)
return TRUE;
dst->extents = src->extents;
if (!src->data || !src->data->size)
{
xfreeData(dst);
dst->data = src->data;
return TRUE;
}
if (!dst->data || (dst->data->size < src->data->numRects))
{
xfreeData(dst);
dst->data = xallocData(src->data->numRects);
if (!dst->data)
return miRegionBreak (dst);
dst->data->size = src->data->numRects;
}
dst->data->numRects = src->data->numRects;
memmove((char *)REGION_BOXPTR(dst),(char *)REGION_BOXPTR(src),
dst->data->numRects * sizeof(BoxRec));
return TRUE;
}
/*======================================================================
* Generic Region Operator
*====================================================================*/
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miCoalesce --
* Attempt to merge the boxes in the current band with those in the
* previous one. We are guaranteed that the current band extends to
* the end of the rects array. Used only by miRegionOp.
*
* Results:
* The new index for the previous band.
*
* Side Effects:
* If coalescing takes place:
* - rectangles in the previous band will have their y2 fields
* altered.
* - pReg->data->numRects will be decreased.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
INLINE static int
miCoalesce (
register RegionPtr pReg, /* Region to coalesce */
int prevStart, /* Index of start of previous band */
int curStart) /* Index of start of current band */
{
BoxPtr pPrevBox; /* Current box in previous band */
BoxPtr pCurBox; /* Current box in current band */
int numRects; /* Number rectangles in both bands */
int y2; /* Bottom of current band */
/*
* Figure out how many rectangles are in the band.
*/
numRects = curStart - prevStart;
assert(numRects == pReg->data->numRects - curStart);
if (!numRects) return curStart;
/*
* The bands may only be coalesced if the bottom of the previous
* matches the top scanline of the current.
*/
pPrevBox = REGION_BOX(pReg, prevStart);
pCurBox = REGION_BOX(pReg, curStart);
if (pPrevBox->y2 != pCurBox->y1) return curStart;
/*
* Make sure the bands have boxes in the same places. This
* assumes that boxes have been added in such a way that they
* cover the most area possible. I.e. two boxes in a band must
* have some horizontal space between them.
*/
y2 = pCurBox->y2;
do {
if ((pPrevBox->x1 != pCurBox->x1) || (pPrevBox->x2 != pCurBox->x2)) {
return (curStart);
}
pPrevBox++;
pCurBox++;
numRects--;
} while (numRects);
/*
* The bands may be merged, so set the bottom y of each box
* in the previous band to the bottom y of the current band.
*/
numRects = curStart - prevStart;
pReg->data->numRects -= numRects;
do {
pPrevBox--;
pPrevBox->y2 = y2;
numRects--;
} while (numRects);
return prevStart;
}
/* Quicky macro to avoid trivial reject procedure calls to miCoalesce */
#define Coalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand) \
if (curBand - prevBand == newReg->data->numRects - curBand) { \
prevBand = miCoalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand); \
} else { \
prevBand = curBand; \
}
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miAppendNonO --
* Handle a non-overlapping band for the union and subtract operations.
* Just adds the (top/bottom-clipped) rectangles into the region.
* Doesn't have to check for subsumption or anything.
*
* Results:
* None.
*
* Side Effects:
* pReg->data->numRects is incremented and the rectangles overwritten
* with the rectangles we're passed.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
INLINE static Bool
miAppendNonO (
register RegionPtr pReg,
register BoxPtr r,
BoxPtr rEnd,
register int y1,
register int y2)
{
BoxPtr pNextRect;
int newRects;
newRects = rEnd - r;
assert(y1 < y2);
assert(newRects != 0);
/* Make sure we have enough space for all rectangles to be added */
RECTALLOC(pReg, newRects);
pNextRect = REGION_TOP(pReg);
pReg->data->numRects += newRects;
do {
assert(r->x1 < r->x2);
ADDRECT(pNextRect, r->x1, y1, r->x2, y2);
r++;
} while (r != rEnd);
return TRUE;
}
#define FindBand(r, rBandEnd, rEnd, ry1) \
{ \
ry1 = r->y1; \
rBandEnd = r+1; \
while ((rBandEnd != rEnd) && (rBandEnd->y1 == ry1)) { \
rBandEnd++; \
} \
}
#define AppendRegions(newReg, r, rEnd) \
{ \
int newRects; \
if ((newRects = rEnd - r)) { \
RECTALLOC(newReg, newRects); \
memmove((char *)REGION_TOP(newReg),(char *)r, \
newRects * sizeof(BoxRec)); \
newReg->data->numRects += newRects; \
} \
}
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miRegionOp --
* Apply an operation to two regions. Called by miUnion, miInverse,
* miSubtract, miIntersect.... Both regions MUST have at least one
* rectangle, and cannot be the same object.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* The new region is overwritten.
* pOverlap set to TRUE if overlapFunc ever returns TRUE.
*
* Notes:
* The idea behind this function is to view the two regions as sets.
* Together they cover a rectangle of area that this function divides
* into horizontal bands where points are covered only by one region
* or by both. For the first case, the nonOverlapFunc is called with
* each the band and the band's upper and lower extents. For the
* second, the overlapFunc is called to process the entire band. It
* is responsible for clipping the rectangles in the band, though
* this function provides the boundaries.
* At the end of each band, the new region is coalesced, if possible,
* to reduce the number of rectangles in the region.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
typedef Bool (*OverlapProcPtr)(
RegionPtr pReg,
BoxPtr r1,
BoxPtr r1End,
BoxPtr r2,
BoxPtr r2End,
short y1,
short y2,
Bool *pOverlap);
static Bool
miRegionOp(
RegionPtr newReg, /* Place to store result */
RegionPtr reg1, /* First region in operation */
RegionPtr reg2, /* 2d region in operation */
OverlapProcPtr overlapFunc, /* Function to call for over-
* lapping bands */
Bool appendNon1, /* Append non-overlapping bands */
/* in region 1 ? */
Bool appendNon2, /* Append non-overlapping bands */
/* in region 2 ? */
Bool *pOverlap)
{
BoxPtr r1; /* Pointer into first region */
BoxPtr r2; /* Pointer into 2d region */
BoxPtr r1End; /* End of 1st region */
BoxPtr r2End; /* End of 2d region */
short ybot; /* Bottom of intersection */
short ytop; /* Top of intersection */
RegDataPtr oldData; /* Old data for newReg */
int prevBand; /* Index of start of
* previous band in newReg */
int curBand; /* Index of start of current
* band in newReg */
BoxPtr r1BandEnd; /* End of current band in r1 */
BoxPtr r2BandEnd; /* End of current band in r2 */
short top; /* Top of non-overlapping band */
short bot; /* Bottom of non-overlapping band*/
int r1y1; /* Temps for r1->y1 and r2->y1 */
int r2y1;
int newSize;
int numRects;
/*
* Break any region computed from a broken region
*/
if (REGION_NAR (reg1) || REGION_NAR(reg2))
return miRegionBreak (newReg);
/*
* Initialization:
* set r1, r2, r1End and r2End appropriately, save the rectangles
* of the destination region until the end in case it's one of
* the two source regions, then mark the "new" region empty, allocating
* another array of rectangles for it to use.
*/
r1 = REGION_RECTS(reg1);
newSize = REGION_NUM_RECTS(reg1);
r1End = r1 + newSize;
numRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(reg2);
r2 = REGION_RECTS(reg2);
r2End = r2 + numRects;
assert(r1 != r1End);
assert(r2 != r2End);
oldData = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
if (((newReg == reg1) && (newSize > 1)) ||
((newReg == reg2) && (numRects > 1)))
{
oldData = newReg->data;
newReg->data = &miEmptyData;
}
/* guess at new size */
if (numRects > newSize)
newSize = numRects;
newSize <<= 1;
if (!newReg->data)
newReg->data = &miEmptyData;
else if (newReg->data->size)
newReg->data->numRects = 0;
if (newSize > newReg->data->size)
if (!miRectAlloc(newReg, newSize))
return FALSE;
/*
* Initialize ybot.
* In the upcoming loop, ybot and ytop serve different functions depending
* on whether the band being handled is an overlapping or non-overlapping
* band.
* In the case of a non-overlapping band (only one of the regions
* has points in the band), ybot is the bottom of the most recent
* intersection and thus clips the top of the rectangles in that band.
* ytop is the top of the next intersection between the two regions and
* serves to clip the bottom of the rectangles in the current band.
* For an overlapping band (where the two regions intersect), ytop clips
* the top of the rectangles of both regions and ybot clips the bottoms.
*/
ybot = min(r1->y1, r2->y1);
/*
* prevBand serves to mark the start of the previous band so rectangles
* can be coalesced into larger rectangles. qv. miCoalesce, above.
* In the beginning, there is no previous band, so prevBand == curBand
* (curBand is set later on, of course, but the first band will always
* start at index 0). prevBand and curBand must be indices because of
* the possible expansion, and resultant moving, of the new region's
* array of rectangles.
*/
prevBand = 0;
do {
/*
* This algorithm proceeds one source-band (as opposed to a
* destination band, which is determined by where the two regions
* intersect) at a time. r1BandEnd and r2BandEnd serve to mark the
* rectangle after the last one in the current band for their
* respective regions.
*/
assert(r1 != r1End);
assert(r2 != r2End);
FindBand(r1, r1BandEnd, r1End, r1y1);
FindBand(r2, r2BandEnd, r2End, r2y1);
/*
* First handle the band that doesn't intersect, if any.
*
* Note that attention is restricted to one band in the
* non-intersecting region at once, so if a region has n
* bands between the current position and the next place it overlaps
* the other, this entire loop will be passed through n times.
*/
if (r1y1 < r2y1) {
if (appendNon1) {
top = max(r1y1, ybot);
bot = min(r1->y2, r2y1);
if (top != bot) {
curBand = newReg->data->numRects;
miAppendNonO(newReg, r1, r1BandEnd, top, bot);
Coalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand);
}
}
ytop = r2y1;
} else if (r2y1 < r1y1) {
if (appendNon2) {
top = max(r2y1, ybot);
bot = min(r2->y2, r1y1);
if (top != bot) {
curBand = newReg->data->numRects;
miAppendNonO(newReg, r2, r2BandEnd, top, bot);
Coalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand);
}
}
ytop = r1y1;
} else {
ytop = r1y1;
}
/*
* Now see if we've hit an intersecting band. The two bands only
* intersect if ybot > ytop
*/
ybot = min(r1->y2, r2->y2);
if (ybot > ytop) {
curBand = newReg->data->numRects;
(* overlapFunc)(newReg, r1, r1BandEnd, r2, r2BandEnd, ytop, ybot,
pOverlap);
Coalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand);
}
/*
* If we've finished with a band (y2 == ybot) we skip forward
* in the region to the next band.
*/
if (r1->y2 == ybot) r1 = r1BandEnd;
if (r2->y2 == ybot) r2 = r2BandEnd;
} while (r1 != r1End && r2 != r2End);
/*
* Deal with whichever region (if any) still has rectangles left.
*
* We only need to worry about banding and coalescing for the very first
* band left. After that, we can just group all remaining boxes,
* regardless of how many bands, into one final append to the list.
*/
if ((r1 != r1End) && appendNon1) {
/* Do first nonOverlap1Func call, which may be able to coalesce */
FindBand(r1, r1BandEnd, r1End, r1y1);
curBand = newReg->data->numRects;
miAppendNonO(newReg, r1, r1BandEnd, max(r1y1, ybot), r1->y2);
Coalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand);
/* Just append the rest of the boxes */
AppendRegions(newReg, r1BandEnd, r1End);
} else if ((r2 != r2End) && appendNon2) {
/* Do first nonOverlap2Func call, which may be able to coalesce */
FindBand(r2, r2BandEnd, r2End, r2y1);
curBand = newReg->data->numRects;
miAppendNonO(newReg, r2, r2BandEnd, max(r2y1, ybot), r2->y2);
Coalesce(newReg, prevBand, curBand);
/* Append rest of boxes */
AppendRegions(newReg, r2BandEnd, r2End);
}
if (oldData)
free(oldData);
if (!(numRects = newReg->data->numRects))
{
xfreeData(newReg);
newReg->data = &miEmptyData;
}
else if (numRects == 1)
{
newReg->extents = *REGION_BOXPTR(newReg);
xfreeData(newReg);
newReg->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
}
else
{
DOWNSIZE(newReg, numRects);
}
return TRUE;
}
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miSetExtents --
* Reset the extents of a region to what they should be. Called by
* miSubtract and miIntersect as they can't figure it out along the
* way or do so easily, as miUnion can.
*
* Results:
* None.
*
* Side Effects:
* The region's 'extents' structure is overwritten.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
void
miSetExtents (pReg)
RegionPtr pReg;
{
BoxPtr pBox, pBoxEnd;
if (!pReg->data)
return;
if (!pReg->data->size)
{
pReg->extents.x2 = pReg->extents.x1;
pReg->extents.y2 = pReg->extents.y1;
return;
}
pBox = REGION_BOXPTR(pReg);
pBoxEnd = REGION_END(pReg);
/*
* Since pBox is the first rectangle in the region, it must have the
* smallest y1 and since pBoxEnd is the last rectangle in the region,
* it must have the largest y2, because of banding. Initialize x1 and
* x2 from pBox and pBoxEnd, resp., as good things to initialize them
* to...
*/
pReg->extents.x1 = pBox->x1;
pReg->extents.y1 = pBox->y1;
pReg->extents.x2 = pBoxEnd->x2;
pReg->extents.y2 = pBoxEnd->y2;
assert(pReg->extents.y1 < pReg->extents.y2);
while (pBox <= pBoxEnd) {
if (pBox->x1 < pReg->extents.x1)
pReg->extents.x1 = pBox->x1;
if (pBox->x2 > pReg->extents.x2)
pReg->extents.x2 = pBox->x2;
pBox++;
};
assert(pReg->extents.x1 < pReg->extents.x2);
}
/*======================================================================
* Region Intersection
*====================================================================*/
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miIntersectO --
* Handle an overlapping band for miIntersect.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* Rectangles may be added to the region.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
/*ARGSUSED*/
static Bool
miIntersectO (
register RegionPtr pReg,
register BoxPtr r1,
BoxPtr r1End,
register BoxPtr r2,
BoxPtr r2End,
short y1,
short y2,
Bool *pOverlap)
{
int x1;
int x2;
BoxPtr pNextRect;
pNextRect = REGION_TOP(pReg);
assert(y1 < y2);
assert(r1 != r1End && r2 != r2End);
do {
x1 = max(r1->x1, r2->x1);
x2 = min(r1->x2, r2->x2);
/*
* If there's any overlap between the two rectangles, add that
* overlap to the new region.
*/
if (x1 < x2)
NEWRECT(pReg, pNextRect, x1, y1, x2, y2);
/*
* Advance the pointer(s) with the leftmost right side, since the next
* rectangle on that list may still overlap the other region's
* current rectangle.
*/
if (r1->x2 == x2) {
r1++;
}
if (r2->x2 == x2) {
r2++;
}
} while ((r1 != r1End) && (r2 != r2End));
return TRUE;
}
_X_EXPORT Bool
miIntersect(newReg, reg1, reg2)
RegionPtr newReg; /* destination Region */
RegionPtr reg1;
RegionPtr reg2; /* source regions */
{
good(reg1);
good(reg2);
good(newReg);
/* check for trivial reject */
if (REGION_NIL(reg1) || REGION_NIL(reg2) ||
!EXTENTCHECK(&reg1->extents, &reg2->extents))
{
/* Covers about 20% of all cases */
xfreeData(newReg);
newReg->extents.x2 = newReg->extents.x1;
newReg->extents.y2 = newReg->extents.y1;
if (REGION_NAR(reg1) || REGION_NAR(reg2))
{
newReg->data = &miBrokenData;
return FALSE;
}
else
newReg->data = &miEmptyData;
}
else if (!reg1->data && !reg2->data)
{
/* Covers about 80% of cases that aren't trivially rejected */
newReg->extents.x1 = max(reg1->extents.x1, reg2->extents.x1);
newReg->extents.y1 = max(reg1->extents.y1, reg2->extents.y1);
newReg->extents.x2 = min(reg1->extents.x2, reg2->extents.x2);
newReg->extents.y2 = min(reg1->extents.y2, reg2->extents.y2);
xfreeData(newReg);
newReg->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
}
else if (!reg2->data && SUBSUMES(&reg2->extents, &reg1->extents))
{
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg1);
}
else if (!reg1->data && SUBSUMES(&reg1->extents, &reg2->extents))
{
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg2);
}
else if (reg1 == reg2)
{
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg1);
}
else
{
/* General purpose intersection */
Bool overlap; /* result ignored */
if (!miRegionOp(newReg, reg1, reg2, miIntersectO, FALSE, FALSE,
&overlap))
return FALSE;
miSetExtents(newReg);
}
good(newReg);
return(TRUE);
}
#define MERGERECT(r) \
{ \
if (r->x1 <= x2) { \
/* Merge with current rectangle */ \
if (r->x1 < x2) *pOverlap = TRUE; \
if (x2 < r->x2) x2 = r->x2; \
} else { \
/* Add current rectangle, start new one */ \
NEWRECT(pReg, pNextRect, x1, y1, x2, y2); \
x1 = r->x1; \
x2 = r->x2; \
} \
r++; \
}
/*======================================================================
* Region Union
*====================================================================*/
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miUnionO --
* Handle an overlapping band for the union operation. Picks the
* left-most rectangle each time and merges it into the region.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* pReg is overwritten.
* pOverlap is set to TRUE if any boxes overlap.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
static Bool
miUnionO (
register RegionPtr pReg,
register BoxPtr r1,
BoxPtr r1End,
register BoxPtr r2,
BoxPtr r2End,
short y1,
short y2,
Bool *pOverlap)
{
BoxPtr pNextRect;
int x1; /* left and right side of current union */
int x2;
assert (y1 < y2);
assert(r1 != r1End && r2 != r2End);
pNextRect = REGION_TOP(pReg);
/* Start off current rectangle */
if (r1->x1 < r2->x1)
{
x1 = r1->x1;
x2 = r1->x2;
r1++;
}
else
{
x1 = r2->x1;
x2 = r2->x2;
r2++;
}
while (r1 != r1End && r2 != r2End)
{
if (r1->x1 < r2->x1) MERGERECT(r1) else MERGERECT(r2);
}
/* Finish off whoever (if any) is left */
if (r1 != r1End)
{
do
{
MERGERECT(r1);
} while (r1 != r1End);
}
else if (r2 != r2End)
{
do
{
MERGERECT(r2);
} while (r2 != r2End);
}
/* Add current rectangle */
NEWRECT(pReg, pNextRect, x1, y1, x2, y2);
return TRUE;
}
_X_EXPORT Bool
miUnion(newReg, reg1, reg2)
RegionPtr newReg; /* destination Region */
RegionPtr reg1;
RegionPtr reg2; /* source regions */
{
Bool overlap; /* result ignored */
/* Return TRUE if some overlap between reg1, reg2 */
good(reg1);
good(reg2);
good(newReg);
/* checks all the simple cases */
/*
* Region 1 and 2 are the same
*/
if (reg1 == reg2)
{
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg1);
}
/*
* Region 1 is empty
*/
if (REGION_NIL(reg1))
{
if (REGION_NAR(reg1))
return miRegionBreak (newReg);
if (newReg != reg2)
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg2);
return TRUE;
}
/*
* Region 2 is empty
*/
if (REGION_NIL(reg2))
{
if (REGION_NAR(reg2))
return miRegionBreak (newReg);
if (newReg != reg1)
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg1);
return TRUE;
}
/*
* Region 1 completely subsumes region 2
*/
if (!reg1->data && SUBSUMES(&reg1->extents, &reg2->extents))
{
if (newReg != reg1)
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg1);
return TRUE;
}
/*
* Region 2 completely subsumes region 1
*/
if (!reg2->data && SUBSUMES(&reg2->extents, &reg1->extents))
{
if (newReg != reg2)
return miRegionCopy(newReg, reg2);
return TRUE;
}
if (!miRegionOp(newReg, reg1, reg2, miUnionO, TRUE, TRUE, &overlap))
return FALSE;
newReg->extents.x1 = min(reg1->extents.x1, reg2->extents.x1);
newReg->extents.y1 = min(reg1->extents.y1, reg2->extents.y1);
newReg->extents.x2 = max(reg1->extents.x2, reg2->extents.x2);
newReg->extents.y2 = max(reg1->extents.y2, reg2->extents.y2);
good(newReg);
return TRUE;
}
/*======================================================================
* Batch Rectangle Union
*====================================================================*/
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miRegionAppend --
*
* "Append" the rgn rectangles onto the end of dstrgn, maintaining
* knowledge of YX-banding when it's easy. Otherwise, dstrgn just
* becomes a non-y-x-banded random collection of rectangles, and not
* yet a true region. After a sequence of appends, the caller must
* call miRegionValidate to ensure that a valid region is constructed.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* dstrgn is modified if rgn has rectangles.
*
*/
_X_EXPORT Bool
miRegionAppend(dstrgn, rgn)
RegionPtr dstrgn;
RegionPtr rgn;
{
int numRects, dnumRects, size;
BoxPtr new, old;
Bool prepend;
if (REGION_NAR(rgn))
return miRegionBreak (dstrgn);
if (!rgn->data && (dstrgn->data == &miEmptyData))
{
dstrgn->extents = rgn->extents;
dstrgn->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
return TRUE;
}
numRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(rgn);
if (!numRects)
return TRUE;
prepend = FALSE;
size = numRects;
dnumRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(dstrgn);
if (!dnumRects && (size < 200))
size = 200; /* XXX pick numbers out of a hat */
RECTALLOC(dstrgn, size);
old = REGION_RECTS(rgn);
if (!dnumRects)
dstrgn->extents = rgn->extents;
else if (dstrgn->extents.x2 > dstrgn->extents.x1)
{
BoxPtr first, last;
first = old;
last = REGION_BOXPTR(dstrgn) + (dnumRects - 1);
if ((first->y1 > last->y2) ||
((first->y1 == last->y1) && (first->y2 == last->y2) &&
(first->x1 > last->x2)))
{
if (rgn->extents.x1 < dstrgn->extents.x1)
dstrgn->extents.x1 = rgn->extents.x1;
if (rgn->extents.x2 > dstrgn->extents.x2)
dstrgn->extents.x2 = rgn->extents.x2;
dstrgn->extents.y2 = rgn->extents.y2;
}
else
{
first = REGION_BOXPTR(dstrgn);
last = old + (numRects - 1);
if ((first->y1 > last->y2) ||
((first->y1 == last->y1) && (first->y2 == last->y2) &&
(first->x1 > last->x2)))
{
prepend = TRUE;
if (rgn->extents.x1 < dstrgn->extents.x1)
dstrgn->extents.x1 = rgn->extents.x1;
if (rgn->extents.x2 > dstrgn->extents.x2)
dstrgn->extents.x2 = rgn->extents.x2;
dstrgn->extents.y1 = rgn->extents.y1;
}
else
dstrgn->extents.x2 = dstrgn->extents.x1;
}
}
if (prepend)
{
new = REGION_BOX(dstrgn, numRects);
if (dnumRects == 1)
*new = *REGION_BOXPTR(dstrgn);
else
memmove((char *)new,(char *)REGION_BOXPTR(dstrgn),
dnumRects * sizeof(BoxRec));
new = REGION_BOXPTR(dstrgn);
}
else
new = REGION_BOXPTR(dstrgn) + dnumRects;
if (numRects == 1)
*new = *old;
else
memmove((char *)new, (char *)old, numRects * sizeof(BoxRec));
dstrgn->data->numRects += numRects;
return TRUE;
}
#define ExchangeRects(a, b) \
{ \
BoxRec t; \
t = rects[a]; \
rects[a] = rects[b]; \
rects[b] = t; \
}
static void
QuickSortRects(
register BoxRec rects[],
register int numRects)
{
int y1;
int x1;
int i, j;
BoxPtr r;
/* Always called with numRects > 1 */
do
{
if (numRects == 2)
{
if (rects[0].y1 > rects[1].y1 ||
(rects[0].y1 == rects[1].y1 && rects[0].x1 > rects[1].x1))
ExchangeRects(0, 1);
return;
}
/* Choose partition element, stick in location 0 */
ExchangeRects(0, numRects >> 1);
y1 = rects[0].y1;
x1 = rects[0].x1;
/* Partition array */
i = 0;
j = numRects;
do
{
r = &(rects[i]);
do
{
r++;
i++;
} while (i != numRects &&
(r->y1 < y1 || (r->y1 == y1 && r->x1 < x1)));
r = &(rects[j]);
do
{
r--;
j--;
} while (y1 < r->y1 || (y1 == r->y1 && x1 < r->x1));
if (i < j)
ExchangeRects(i, j);
} while (i < j);
/* Move partition element back to middle */
ExchangeRects(0, j);
/* Recurse */
if (numRects-j-1 > 1)
QuickSortRects(&rects[j+1], numRects-j-1);
numRects = j;
} while (numRects > 1);
}
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miRegionValidate --
*
* Take a ``region'' which is a non-y-x-banded random collection of
* rectangles, and compute a nice region which is the union of all the
* rectangles.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* The passed-in ``region'' may be modified.
* pOverlap set to TRUE if any retangles overlapped, else FALSE;
*
* Strategy:
* Step 1. Sort the rectangles into ascending order with primary key y1
* and secondary key x1.
*
* Step 2. Split the rectangles into the minimum number of proper y-x
* banded regions. This may require horizontally merging
* rectangles, and vertically coalescing bands. With any luck,
* this step in an identity tranformation (ala the Box widget),
* or a coalescing into 1 box (ala Menus).
*
* Step 3. Merge the separate regions down to a single region by calling
* miUnion. Maximize the work each miUnion call does by using
* a binary merge.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
_X_EXPORT Bool
miRegionValidate(badreg, pOverlap)
RegionPtr badreg;
Bool *pOverlap;
{
/* Descriptor for regions under construction in Step 2. */
typedef struct {
RegionRec reg;
int prevBand;
int curBand;
} RegionInfo;
int numRects; /* Original numRects for badreg */
RegionInfo *ri; /* Array of current regions */
int numRI; /* Number of entries used in ri */
int sizeRI; /* Number of entries available in ri */
int i; /* Index into rects */
int j; /* Index into ri */
RegionInfo *rit; /* &ri[j] */
RegionPtr reg; /* ri[j].reg */
BoxPtr box; /* Current box in rects */
BoxPtr riBox; /* Last box in ri[j].reg */
RegionPtr hreg; /* ri[j_half].reg */
Bool ret = TRUE;
*pOverlap = FALSE;
if (!badreg->data)
{
good(badreg);
return TRUE;
}
numRects = badreg->data->numRects;
if (!numRects)
{
if (REGION_NAR(badreg))
return FALSE;
good(badreg);
return TRUE;
}
if (badreg->extents.x1 < badreg->extents.x2)
{
if ((numRects) == 1)
{
xfreeData(badreg);
badreg->data = (RegDataPtr) NULL;
}
else
{
DOWNSIZE(badreg, numRects);
}
good(badreg);
return TRUE;
}
/* Step 1: Sort the rects array into ascending (y1, x1) order */
QuickSortRects(REGION_BOXPTR(badreg), numRects);
/* Step 2: Scatter the sorted array into the minimum number of regions */
/* Set up the first region to be the first rectangle in badreg */
/* Note that step 2 code will never overflow the ri[0].reg rects array */
ri = malloc(4 * sizeof(RegionInfo));
if (!ri)
return miRegionBreak (badreg);
sizeRI = 4;
numRI = 1;
ri[0].prevBand = 0;
ri[0].curBand = 0;
ri[0].reg = *badreg;
box = REGION_BOXPTR(&ri[0].reg);
ri[0].reg.extents = *box;
ri[0].reg.data->numRects = 1;
/* Now scatter rectangles into the minimum set of valid regions. If the
next rectangle to be added to a region would force an existing rectangle
in the region to be split up in order to maintain y-x banding, just
forget it. Try the next region. If it doesn't fit cleanly into any
region, make a new one. */
for (i = numRects; --i > 0;)
{
box++;
/* Look for a region to append box to */
for (j = numRI, rit = ri; --j >= 0; rit++)
{
reg = &rit->reg;
riBox = REGION_END(reg);
if (box->y1 == riBox->y1 && box->y2 == riBox->y2)
{
/* box is in same band as riBox. Merge or append it */
if (box->x1 <= riBox->x2)
{
/* Merge it with riBox */
if (box->x1 < riBox->x2) *pOverlap = TRUE;
if (box->x2 > riBox->x2) riBox->x2 = box->x2;
}
else
{
RECTALLOC_BAIL(reg, 1, bail);
*REGION_TOP(reg) = *box;
reg->data->numRects++;
}
goto NextRect; /* So sue me */
}
else if (box->y1 >= riBox->y2)
{
/* Put box into new band */
if (reg->extents.x2 < riBox->x2) reg->extents.x2 = riBox->x2;
if (reg->extents.x1 > box->x1) reg->extents.x1 = box->x1;
Coalesce(reg, rit->prevBand, rit->curBand);
rit->curBand = reg->data->numRects;
RECTALLOC_BAIL(reg, 1, bail);
*REGION_TOP(reg) = *box;
reg->data->numRects++;
goto NextRect;
}
/* Well, this region was inappropriate. Try the next one. */
} /* for j */
/* Uh-oh. No regions were appropriate. Create a new one. */
if (sizeRI == numRI)
{
/* Oops, allocate space for new region information */
sizeRI <<= 1;
rit = (RegionInfo *) realloc(ri, sizeRI * sizeof(RegionInfo));
if (!rit)
goto bail;
ri = rit;
rit = &ri[numRI];
}
numRI++;
rit->prevBand = 0;
rit->curBand = 0;
rit->reg.extents = *box;
rit->reg.data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
if (!miRectAlloc(&rit->reg, (i+numRI) / numRI)) /* MUST force allocation */
goto bail;
NextRect: ;
} /* for i */
/* Make a final pass over each region in order to Coalesce and set
extents.x2 and extents.y2 */
for (j = numRI, rit = ri; --j >= 0; rit++)
{
reg = &rit->reg;
riBox = REGION_END(reg);
reg->extents.y2 = riBox->y2;
if (reg->extents.x2 < riBox->x2) reg->extents.x2 = riBox->x2;
Coalesce(reg, rit->prevBand, rit->curBand);
if (reg->data->numRects == 1) /* keep unions happy below */
{
xfreeData(reg);
reg->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
}
}
/* Step 3: Union all regions into a single region */
while (numRI > 1)
{
int half = numRI/2;
for (j = numRI & 1; j < (half + (numRI & 1)); j++)
{
reg = &ri[j].reg;
hreg = &ri[j+half].reg;
if (!miRegionOp(reg, reg, hreg, miUnionO, TRUE, TRUE, pOverlap))
ret = FALSE;
if (hreg->extents.x1 < reg->extents.x1)
reg->extents.x1 = hreg->extents.x1;
if (hreg->extents.y1 < reg->extents.y1)
reg->extents.y1 = hreg->extents.y1;
if (hreg->extents.x2 > reg->extents.x2)
reg->extents.x2 = hreg->extents.x2;
if (hreg->extents.y2 > reg->extents.y2)
reg->extents.y2 = hreg->extents.y2;
xfreeData(hreg);
}
numRI -= half;
}
*badreg = ri[0].reg;
free(ri);
good(badreg);
return ret;
bail:
for (i = 0; i < numRI; i++)
xfreeData(&ri[i].reg);
free(ri);
return miRegionBreak (badreg);
}
_X_EXPORT RegionPtr
miRectsToRegion(nrects, prect, ctype)
int nrects;
xRectangle *prect;
int ctype;
{
RegionPtr pRgn;
RegDataPtr pData;
BoxPtr pBox;
int i;
int x1, y1, x2, y2;
pRgn = miRegionCreate(NullBox, 0);
if (REGION_NAR (pRgn))
return pRgn;
if (!nrects)
return pRgn;
if (nrects == 1)
{
x1 = prect->x;
y1 = prect->y;
if ((x2 = x1 + (int) prect->width) > MAXSHORT)
x2 = MAXSHORT;
if ((y2 = y1 + (int) prect->height) > MAXSHORT)
y2 = MAXSHORT;
if (x1 != x2 && y1 != y2)
{
pRgn->extents.x1 = x1;
pRgn->extents.y1 = y1;
pRgn->extents.x2 = x2;
pRgn->extents.y2 = y2;
pRgn->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
}
return pRgn;
}
pData = xallocData(nrects);
if (!pData)
{
miRegionBreak (pRgn);
return pRgn;
}
pBox = (BoxPtr) (pData + 1);
for (i = nrects; --i >= 0; prect++)
{
x1 = prect->x;
y1 = prect->y;
if ((x2 = x1 + (int) prect->width) > MAXSHORT)
x2 = MAXSHORT;
if ((y2 = y1 + (int) prect->height) > MAXSHORT)
y2 = MAXSHORT;
if (x1 != x2 && y1 != y2)
{
pBox->x1 = x1;
pBox->y1 = y1;
pBox->x2 = x2;
pBox->y2 = y2;
pBox++;
}
}
if (pBox != (BoxPtr) (pData + 1))
{
pData->size = nrects;
pData->numRects = pBox - (BoxPtr) (pData + 1);
pRgn->data = pData;
if (ctype != CT_YXBANDED)
{
Bool overlap; /* result ignored */
pRgn->extents.x1 = pRgn->extents.x2 = 0;
miRegionValidate(pRgn, &overlap);
}
else
miSetExtents(pRgn);
good(pRgn);
}
else
{
free(pData);
}
return pRgn;
}
/*======================================================================
* Region Subtraction
*====================================================================*/
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miSubtractO --
* Overlapping band subtraction. x1 is the left-most point not yet
* checked.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* pReg may have rectangles added to it.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
/*ARGSUSED*/
static Bool
miSubtractO (
register RegionPtr pReg,
register BoxPtr r1,
BoxPtr r1End,
register BoxPtr r2,
BoxPtr r2End,
register short y1,
short y2,
Bool *pOverlap)
{
BoxPtr pNextRect;
int x1;
x1 = r1->x1;
assert(y1<y2);
assert(r1 != r1End && r2 != r2End);
pNextRect = REGION_TOP(pReg);
do
{
if (r2->x2 <= x1)
{
/*
* Subtrahend entirely to left of minuend: go to next subtrahend.
*/
r2++;
}
else if (r2->x1 <= x1)
{
/*
* Subtrahend preceeds minuend: nuke left edge of minuend.
*/
x1 = r2->x2;
if (x1 >= r1->x2)
{
/*
* Minuend completely covered: advance to next minuend and
* reset left fence to edge of new minuend.
*/
r1++;
if (r1 != r1End)
x1 = r1->x1;
}
else
{
/*
* Subtrahend now used up since it doesn't extend beyond
* minuend
*/
r2++;
}
}
else if (r2->x1 < r1->x2)
{
/*
* Left part of subtrahend covers part of minuend: add uncovered
* part of minuend to region and skip to next subtrahend.
*/
assert(x1<r2->x1);
NEWRECT(pReg, pNextRect, x1, y1, r2->x1, y2);
x1 = r2->x2;
if (x1 >= r1->x2)
{
/*
* Minuend used up: advance to new...
*/
r1++;
if (r1 != r1End)
x1 = r1->x1;
}
else
{
/*
* Subtrahend used up
*/
r2++;
}
}
else
{
/*
* Minuend used up: add any remaining piece before advancing.
*/
if (r1->x2 > x1)
NEWRECT(pReg, pNextRect, x1, y1, r1->x2, y2);
r1++;
if (r1 != r1End)
x1 = r1->x1;
}
} while ((r1 != r1End) && (r2 != r2End));
/*
* Add remaining minuend rectangles to region.
*/
while (r1 != r1End)
{
assert(x1<r1->x2);
NEWRECT(pReg, pNextRect, x1, y1, r1->x2, y2);
r1++;
if (r1 != r1End)
x1 = r1->x1;
}
return TRUE;
}
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miSubtract --
* Subtract regS from regM and leave the result in regD.
* S stands for subtrahend, M for minuend and D for difference.
*
* Results:
* TRUE if successful.
*
* Side Effects:
* regD is overwritten.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
_X_EXPORT Bool
miSubtract(regD, regM, regS)
RegionPtr regD;
RegionPtr regM;
RegionPtr regS;
{
Bool overlap; /* result ignored */
good(regM);
good(regS);
good(regD);
/* check for trivial rejects */
if (REGION_NIL(regM) || REGION_NIL(regS) ||
!EXTENTCHECK(&regM->extents, &regS->extents))
{
if (REGION_NAR (regS))
return miRegionBreak (regD);
return miRegionCopy(regD, regM);
}
else if (regM == regS)
{
xfreeData(regD);
regD->extents.x2 = regD->extents.x1;
regD->extents.y2 = regD->extents.y1;
regD->data = &miEmptyData;
return TRUE;
}
/* Add those rectangles in region 1 that aren't in region 2,
do yucky substraction for overlaps, and
just throw away rectangles in region 2 that aren't in region 1 */
if (!miRegionOp(regD, regM, regS, miSubtractO, TRUE, FALSE, &overlap))
return FALSE;
/*
* Can't alter RegD's extents before we call miRegionOp because
* it might be one of the source regions and miRegionOp depends
* on the extents of those regions being unaltered. Besides, this
* way there's no checking against rectangles that will be nuked
* due to coalescing, so we have to examine fewer rectangles.
*/
miSetExtents(regD);
good(regD);
return TRUE;
}
/*======================================================================
* Region Inversion
*====================================================================*/
/*-
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* miInverse --
* Take a region and a box and return a region that is everything
* in the box but not in the region. The careful reader will note
* that this is the same as subtracting the region from the box...
*
* Results:
* TRUE.
*
* Side Effects:
* newReg is overwritten.
*
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
_X_EXPORT Bool
miInverse(newReg, reg1, invRect)
RegionPtr newReg; /* Destination region */
RegionPtr reg1; /* Region to invert */
BoxPtr invRect; /* Bounding box for inversion */
{
RegionRec invReg; /* Quick and dirty region made from the
* bounding box */
Bool overlap; /* result ignored */
good(reg1);
good(newReg);
/* check for trivial rejects */
if (REGION_NIL(reg1) || !EXTENTCHECK(invRect, &reg1->extents))
{
if (REGION_NAR(reg1))
return miRegionBreak (newReg);
newReg->extents = *invRect;
xfreeData(newReg);
newReg->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
return TRUE;
}
/* Add those rectangles in region 1 that aren't in region 2,
do yucky substraction for overlaps, and
just throw away rectangles in region 2 that aren't in region 1 */
invReg.extents = *invRect;
invReg.data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
if (!miRegionOp(newReg, &invReg, reg1, miSubtractO, TRUE, FALSE, &overlap))
return FALSE;
/*
* Can't alter newReg's extents before we call miRegionOp because
* it might be one of the source regions and miRegionOp depends
* on the extents of those regions being unaltered. Besides, this
* way there's no checking against rectangles that will be nuked
* due to coalescing, so we have to examine fewer rectangles.
*/
miSetExtents(newReg);
good(newReg);
return TRUE;
}
/*
* RectIn(region, rect)
* This routine takes a pointer to a region and a pointer to a box
* and determines if the box is outside/inside/partly inside the region.
*
* The idea is to travel through the list of rectangles trying to cover the
* passed box with them. Anytime a piece of the rectangle isn't covered
* by a band of rectangles, partOut is set TRUE. Any time a rectangle in
* the region covers part of the box, partIn is set TRUE. The process ends
* when either the box has been completely covered (we reached a band that
* doesn't overlap the box, partIn is TRUE and partOut is false), the
* box has been partially covered (partIn == partOut == TRUE -- because of
* the banding, the first time this is true we know the box is only
* partially in the region) or is outside the region (we reached a band
* that doesn't overlap the box at all and partIn is false)
*/
_X_EXPORT int
miRectIn(region, prect)
RegionPtr region;
BoxPtr prect;
{
int x;
int y;
BoxPtr pbox;
BoxPtr pboxEnd;
int partIn, partOut;
int numRects;
good(region);
numRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(region);
/* useful optimization */
if (!numRects || !EXTENTCHECK(&region->extents, prect))
return(rgnOUT);
if (numRects == 1)
{
/* We know that it must be rgnIN or rgnPART */
if (SUBSUMES(&region->extents, prect))
return(rgnIN);
else
return(rgnPART);
}
partOut = FALSE;
partIn = FALSE;
/* (x,y) starts at upper left of rect, moving to the right and down */
x = prect->x1;
y = prect->y1;
/* can stop when both partOut and partIn are TRUE, or we reach prect->y2 */
for (pbox = REGION_BOXPTR(region), pboxEnd = pbox + numRects;
pbox != pboxEnd;
pbox++)
{
if (pbox->y2 <= y)
continue; /* getting up to speed or skipping remainder of band */
if (pbox->y1 > y)
{
partOut = TRUE; /* missed part of rectangle above */
if (partIn || (pbox->y1 >= prect->y2))
break;
y = pbox->y1; /* x guaranteed to be == prect->x1 */
}
if (pbox->x2 <= x)
continue; /* not far enough over yet */
if (pbox->x1 > x)
{
partOut = TRUE; /* missed part of rectangle to left */
if (partIn)
break;
}
if (pbox->x1 < prect->x2)
{
partIn = TRUE; /* definitely overlap */
if (partOut)
break;
}
if (pbox->x2 >= prect->x2)
{
y = pbox->y2; /* finished with this band */
if (y >= prect->y2)
break;
x = prect->x1; /* reset x out to left again */
}
else
{
/*
* Because boxes in a band are maximal width, if the first box
* to overlap the rectangle doesn't completely cover it in that
* band, the rectangle must be partially out, since some of it
* will be uncovered in that band. partIn will have been set true
* by now...
*/
//partOut = TRUE;
break;
}
}
return(partIn ? ((y < prect->y2) ? rgnPART : rgnIN) : rgnOUT);
}
/* TranslateRegion(pReg, x, y)
translates in place
*/
_X_EXPORT void
miTranslateRegion(pReg, x, y)
RegionPtr pReg;
int x;
int y;
{
int x1, x2, y1, y2;
int nbox;
BoxPtr pbox;
good(pReg);
pReg->extents.x1 = x1 = pReg->extents.x1 + x;
pReg->extents.y1 = y1 = pReg->extents.y1 + y;
pReg->extents.x2 = x2 = pReg->extents.x2 + x;
pReg->extents.y2 = y2 = pReg->extents.y2 + y;
if (((x1 - MINSHORT)|(y1 - MINSHORT)|(MAXSHORT - x2)|(MAXSHORT - y2)) >= 0)
{
if (pReg->data && (nbox = pReg->data->numRects))
{
for (pbox = REGION_BOXPTR(pReg); nbox--; pbox++)
{
pbox->x1 += x;
pbox->y1 += y;
pbox->x2 += x;
pbox->y2 += y;
}
}
return;
}
if (((x2 - MINSHORT)|(y2 - MINSHORT)|(MAXSHORT - x1)|(MAXSHORT - y1)) <= 0)
{
pReg->extents.x2 = pReg->extents.x1;
pReg->extents.y2 = pReg->extents.y1;
xfreeData(pReg);
pReg->data = &miEmptyData;
return;
}
if (x1 < MINSHORT)
pReg->extents.x1 = MINSHORT;
else if (x2 > MAXSHORT)
pReg->extents.x2 = MAXSHORT;
if (y1 < MINSHORT)
pReg->extents.y1 = MINSHORT;
else if (y2 > MAXSHORT)
pReg->extents.y2 = MAXSHORT;
if (pReg->data && (nbox = pReg->data->numRects))
{
BoxPtr pboxout;
for (pboxout = pbox = REGION_BOXPTR(pReg); nbox--; pbox++)
{
pboxout->x1 = x1 = pbox->x1 + x;
pboxout->y1 = y1 = pbox->y1 + y;
pboxout->x2 = x2 = pbox->x2 + x;
pboxout->y2 = y2 = pbox->y2 + y;
if (((x2 - MINSHORT)|(y2 - MINSHORT)|
(MAXSHORT - x1)|(MAXSHORT - y1)) <= 0)
{
pReg->data->numRects--;
continue;
}
if (x1 < MINSHORT)
pboxout->x1 = MINSHORT;
else if (x2 > MAXSHORT)
pboxout->x2 = MAXSHORT;
if (y1 < MINSHORT)
pboxout->y1 = MINSHORT;
else if (y2 > MAXSHORT)
pboxout->y2 = MAXSHORT;
pboxout++;
}
if (pboxout != pbox)
{
if (pReg->data->numRects == 1)
{
pReg->extents = *REGION_BOXPTR(pReg);
xfreeData(pReg);
pReg->data = (RegDataPtr)NULL;
}
else
miSetExtents(pReg);
}
}
}
_X_EXPORT Bool
miPointInRegion(pReg, x, y, box)
RegionPtr pReg;
int x, y;
BoxPtr box; /* "return" value */
{
BoxPtr pbox, pboxEnd;
int numRects;
good(pReg);
numRects = REGION_NUM_RECTS(pReg);
if (!numRects || !INBOX(&pReg->extents, x, y))
return(FALSE);
if (numRects == 1)
{
*box = pReg->extents;
return(TRUE);
}
for (pbox = REGION_BOXPTR(pReg), pboxEnd = pbox + numRects;
pbox != pboxEnd;
pbox++)
{
if (y >= pbox->y2)
continue; /* not there yet */
if ((y < pbox->y1) || (x < pbox->x1))
break; /* missed it */
if (x >= pbox->x2)
continue; /* not there yet */
*box = *pbox;
return(TRUE);
}
return(FALSE);
}
#define ExchangeSpans(a, b) \
{ \
DDXPointRec tpt; \
int tw; \
\
tpt = spans[a]; spans[a] = spans[b]; spans[b] = tpt; \
tw = widths[a]; widths[a] = widths[b]; widths[b] = tw; \
}
/* ||| I should apply the merge sort code to rectangle sorting above, and see
if mapping time can be improved. But right now I've been at work 12 hours,
so forget it.
*/
#define NextBand() \
{ \
clipy1 = pboxBandStart->y1; \
clipy2 = pboxBandStart->y2; \
pboxBandEnd = pboxBandStart + 1; \
while (pboxBandEnd != pboxLast && pboxBandEnd->y1 == clipy1) { \
pboxBandEnd++; \
} \
for (; ppt != pptLast && ppt->y < clipy1; ppt++, pwidth++) {} \
}