148 lines
4.8 KiB
C
148 lines
4.8 KiB
C
/*




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*/






#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H


#include <dixconfig.h>


#endif




#ifndef SCANFILLINCLUDED


#define SCANFILLINCLUDED


/*


* scanfill.h


*


* Written by Brian Kelleher; Jan 1985


*


* This file contains a few macros to help track


* the edge of a filled object. The object is assumed


* to be filled in scanline order, and thus the


* algorithm used is an extension of Bresenham's line


* drawing algorithm which assumes that y is always the


* major axis.


* Since these pieces of code are the same for any filled shape,


* it is more convenient to gather the library in one


* place, but since these pieces of code are also in


* the inner loops of output primitives, procedure call


* overhead is out of the question.


* See the author for a derivation if needed.


*/






/*


* In scan converting polygons, we want to choose those pixels


* which are inside the polygon. Thus, we add .5 to the starting


* x coordinate for both left and right edges. Now we choose the


* first pixel which is inside the pgon for the left edge and the


* first pixel which is outside the pgon for the right edge.


* Draw the left pixel, but not the right.


*


* How to add .5 to the starting x coordinate:


* If the edge is moving to the right, then subtract dy from the


* error term from the general form of the algorithm.


* If the edge is moving to the left, then add dy to the error term.


*


* The reason for the difference between edges moving to the left


* and edges moving to the right is simple: If an edge is moving


* to the right, then we want the algorithm to flip immediately.


* If it is moving to the left, then we don't want it to flip until


* we traverse an entire pixel.


*/


#define BRESINITPGON(dy, x1, x2, xStart, d, m, m1, incr1, incr2) { \


int dx; /* local storage */ \


\


/* \


* if the edge is horizontal, then it is ignored \


* and assumed not to be processed. Otherwise, do this stuff. \


*/ \


if ((dy) != 0) { \


xStart = (x1); \


dx = (x2)  xStart; \


if (dx < 0) { \


m = dx / (dy); \


m1 = m  1; \


incr1 = 2 * dx + 2 * (dy) * m1; \


incr2 = 2 * dx + 2 * (dy) * m; \


d = 2 * m * (dy)  2 * dx  2 * (dy); \


} else { \


m = dx / (dy); \


m1 = m + 1; \


incr1 = 2 * dx  2 * (dy) * m1; \


incr2 = 2 * dx  2 * (dy) * m; \


d = 2 * m * (dy) + 2 * dx; \


} \


} \


}




#define BRESINCRPGON(d, minval, m, m1, incr1, incr2) { \


if (m1 > 0) { \


if (d > 0) { \


minval += m1; \


d += incr1; \


} \


else { \


minval += m; \


d += incr2; \


} \


} else {\


if (d >= 0) { \


minval += m1; \


d += incr1; \


} \


else { \


minval += m; \


d += incr2; \


} \


} \


}






/*


* This structure contains all of the information needed


* to run the bresenham algorithm.


* The variables may be hardcoded into the declarations


* instead of using this structure to make use of


* register declarations.


*/


typedef struct {


int minor; /* minor axis */


int d; /* decision variable */


int m, m1; /* slope and slope+1 */


int incr1, incr2; /* error increments */


} BRESINFO;






#define BRESINITPGONSTRUCT(dmaj, min1, min2, bres) \


BRESINITPGON(dmaj, min1, min2, bres.minor, bres.d, \


bres.m, bres.m1, bres.incr1, bres.incr2)




#define BRESINCRPGONSTRUCT(bres) \


BRESINCRPGON(bres.d, bres.minor, bres.m, bres.m1, bres.incr1, bres.incr2)






#endif
