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/***************************************************************************/
/* */
/* ftoutln.c */
/* */
/* FreeType outline management (body). */
/* */
/* Copyright 1996-2000 by */
/* David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg. */
/* */
/* This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used, */
/* modified, and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project */
/* license, LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute */
/* this file you indicate that you have read the license and */
/* understand and accept it fully. */
/* */
/***************************************************************************/
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* All functions are declared in freetype.h. */
/* */
/*************************************************************************/
#include "ftoutln.h"
#include "ftobjs.h"
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* The macro FT_COMPONENT is used in trace mode. It is an implicit */
/* parameter of the FT_TRACE() and FT_ERROR() macros, used to print/log */
/* messages during execution. */
/* */
#undef FT_COMPONENT
#define FT_COMPONENT trace_outline
static
const FT_Outline null_outline = { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 };
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Decompose */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Walks over an outline's structure to decompose it into individual */
/* segments and Bezier arcs. This function is also able to emit */
/* `move to' and `close to' operations to indicate the start and end */
/* of new contours in the outline. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* outline :: A pointer to the source target. */
/* */
/* interface :: A table of `emitters', i.e,. function pointers called */
/* during decomposition to indicate path operations. */
/* */
/* user :: A typeless pointer which is passed to each emitter */
/* during the decomposition. It can be used to store */
/* the state during the decomposition. */
/* */
/* <Return> */
/* FreeType error code. 0 means sucess. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_Decompose(
FT_Outline * outline,
FT_Outline_Funcs * interface,
void* user )
{
#undef SCALED
#define SCALED( x ) ( ( ( x ) << shift ) - delta )
FT_Vector v_last;
FT_Vector v_control;
FT_Vector v_start;
FT_Vector* point;
FT_Vector* limit;
char* tags;
FT_Error error;
FT_Int n; /* index of contour in outline */
FT_UInt first; /* index of first point in contour */
char tag; /* current point's state */
FT_Int shift;
FT_Pos delta;
if ( !outline || !interface ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Argument;
}
shift = interface->shift;
delta = interface->delta;
first = 0;
for ( n = 0; n < outline->n_contours; n++ )
{
FT_Int last; /* index of last point in contour */
last = outline->contours[n];
limit = outline->points + last;
v_start = outline->points[first];
v_last = outline->points[last];
v_start.x = SCALED( v_start.x ); v_start.y = SCALED( v_start.y );
v_last.x = SCALED( v_last.x ); v_last.y = SCALED( v_last.y );
v_control = v_start;
point = outline->points + first;
tags = outline->tags + first;
tag = FT_CURVE_TAG( tags[0] );
/* A contour cannot start with a cubic control point! */
if ( tag == FT_Curve_Tag_Cubic ) {
goto Invalid_Outline;
}
/* check first point to determine origin */
if ( tag == FT_Curve_Tag_Conic ) {
/* first point is conic control. Yes, this happens. */
if ( FT_CURVE_TAG( outline->tags[last] ) == FT_Curve_Tag_On ) {
/* start at last point if it is on the curve */
v_start = v_last;
limit--;
} else
{
/* if both first and last points are conic, */
/* start at their middle and record its position */
/* for closure */
v_start.x = ( v_start.x + v_last.x ) / 2;
v_start.y = ( v_start.y + v_last.y ) / 2;
v_last = v_start;
}
point--;
tags--;
}
error = interface->move_to( &v_start, user );
if ( error ) {
goto Exit;
}
while ( point < limit )
{
point++;
tags++;
tag = FT_CURVE_TAG( tags[0] );
switch ( tag )
{
case FT_Curve_Tag_On: /* emit a single line_to */
{
FT_Vector vec;
vec.x = SCALED( point->x );
vec.y = SCALED( point->y );
error = interface->line_to( &vec, user );
if ( error ) {
goto Exit;
}
continue;
}
case FT_Curve_Tag_Conic: /* consume conic arcs */
v_control.x = SCALED( point->x );
v_control.y = SCALED( point->y );
Do_Conic:
if ( point < limit ) {
FT_Vector vec;
FT_Vector v_middle;
point++;
tags++;
tag = FT_CURVE_TAG( tags[0] );
vec.x = SCALED( point->x );
vec.y = SCALED( point->y );
if ( tag == FT_Curve_Tag_On ) {
error = interface->conic_to( &v_control, &vec, user );
if ( error ) {
goto Exit;
}
continue;
}
if ( tag != FT_Curve_Tag_Conic ) {
goto Invalid_Outline;
}
v_middle.x = ( v_control.x + vec.x ) / 2;
v_middle.y = ( v_control.y + vec.y ) / 2;
error = interface->conic_to( &v_control, &v_middle, user );
if ( error ) {
goto Exit;
}
v_control = vec;
goto Do_Conic;
}
error = interface->conic_to( &v_control, &v_start, user );
goto Close;
default: /* FT_Curve_Tag_Cubic */
{
FT_Vector vec1, vec2;
if ( point + 1 > limit ||
FT_CURVE_TAG( tags[1] ) != FT_Curve_Tag_Cubic ) {
goto Invalid_Outline;
}
point += 2;
tags += 2;
vec1.x = SCALED( point[-2].x ); vec1.y = SCALED( point[-2].y );
vec2.x = SCALED( point[-1].x ); vec2.y = SCALED( point[-1].y );
if ( point <= limit ) {
FT_Vector vec;
vec.x = SCALED( point->x );
vec.y = SCALED( point->y );
error = interface->cubic_to( &vec1, &vec2, &vec, user );
if ( error ) {
goto Exit;
}
continue;
}
error = interface->cubic_to( &vec1, &vec2, &v_start, user );
goto Close;
}
}
}
/* close the contour with a line segment */
error = interface->line_to( &v_start, user );
Close:
if ( error ) {
goto Exit;
}
first = last + 1;
}
return 0;
Exit:
return error;
Invalid_Outline:
return FT_Err_Invalid_Outline;
}
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_New_Internal(
FT_Memory memory,
FT_UInt numPoints,
FT_Int numContours,
FT_Outline * outline )
{
FT_Error error;
if ( !outline || !memory ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Argument;
}
*outline = null_outline;
if ( ALLOC_ARRAY( outline->points, numPoints * 2L, FT_Pos ) ||
ALLOC_ARRAY( outline->tags, numPoints, FT_Byte ) ||
ALLOC_ARRAY( outline->contours, numContours, FT_UShort ) ) {
goto Fail;
}
outline->n_points = (FT_UShort)numPoints;
outline->n_contours = (FT_Short)numContours;
outline->flags |= ft_outline_owner;
return FT_Err_Ok;
Fail:
outline->flags |= ft_outline_owner;
FT_Outline_Done_Internal( memory, outline );
return error;
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_New */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Creates a new outline of a given size. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* library :: A handle to the library object from where the */
/* outline is allocated. Note however that the new */
/* outline will NOT necessarily be FREED, when */
/* destroying the library, by FT_Done_FreeType(). */
/* */
/* numPoints :: The maximal number of points within the outline. */
/* */
/* numContours :: The maximal number of contours within the outline. */
/* */
/* <Output> */
/* outline :: A handle to the new outline. NULL in case of */
/* error. */
/* */
/* <Return> */
/* FreeType error code. 0 means success. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* No. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* The reason why this function takes a `library' parameter is simply */
/* to use the library's memory allocator. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_New( FT_Library library,
FT_UInt numPoints,
FT_Int numContours,
FT_Outline * outline )
{
if ( !library ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Library_Handle;
}
return FT_Outline_New_Internal( library->memory, numPoints,
numContours, outline );
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Copy */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Copies an outline into another one. Both objects must have the */
/* same sizes (number of points & number of contours) when this */
/* function is called. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* source :: A handle to the source outline. */
/* */
/* <Output> */
/* target :: A handle to the target outline. */
/* */
/* <Return> */
/* FreeType error code. 0 means success. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_Copy( FT_Outline * source,
FT_Outline * target )
{
FT_Int is_owner;
if ( !source || !target ||
source->n_points != target->n_points ||
source->n_contours != target->n_contours ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Argument;
}
MEM_Copy( target->points, source->points,
source->n_points * sizeof( FT_Vector ) );
MEM_Copy( target->tags, source->tags,
source->n_points * sizeof( FT_Byte ) );
MEM_Copy( target->contours, source->contours,
source->n_contours * sizeof( FT_Short ) );
/* copy all flags, except the `ft_outline_owner' one */
is_owner = target->flags & ft_outline_owner;
target->flags = source->flags;
target->flags &= ~ft_outline_owner;
target->flags |= is_owner;
return FT_Err_Ok;
}
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_Done_Internal( FT_Memory memory,
FT_Outline * outline )
{
if ( outline ) {
if ( outline->flags & ft_outline_owner ) {
FREE( outline->points );
FREE( outline->tags );
FREE( outline->contours );
}
*outline = null_outline;
return FT_Err_Ok;
} else {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Argument;
}
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Done */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Destroys an outline created with FT_Outline_New(). */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* library :: A handle of the library object used to allocate the */
/* outline. */
/* */
/* outline :: A pointer to the outline object to be discarded. */
/* */
/* <Return> */
/* FreeType error code. 0 means success. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* No. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* If the outline's `owner' field is not set, only the outline */
/* descriptor will be released. */
/* */
/* The reason why this function takes an `outline' parameter is */
/* simply to use FT_Free(). */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_Done( FT_Library library,
FT_Outline * outline )
{
/* check for valid `outline' in FT_Outline_Done_Internal() */
if ( !library ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Library_Handle;
}
return FT_Outline_Done_Internal( library->memory, outline );
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Get_CBox */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Returns an outline's `control box'. The control box encloses all */
/* the outline's points, including Bezier control points. Though it */
/* coincides with the exact bounding box for most glyphs, it can be */
/* slightly larger in some situations (like when rotating an outline */
/* which contains Bezier outside arcs). */
/* */
/* Computing the control box is very fast, while getting the bounding */
/* box can take much more time as it needs to walk over all segments */
/* and arcs in the outline. To get the latter, you can use the */
/* `ftbbox' component which is dedicated to this single task. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* outline :: A pointer to the source outline descriptor. */
/* */
/* <Output> */
/* cbox :: The outline's control box. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* Yes. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( void ) FT_Outline_Get_CBox( FT_Outline * outline,
FT_BBox * cbox )
{
FT_Pos xMin, yMin, xMax, yMax;
if ( outline && cbox ) {
if ( outline->n_points == 0 ) {
xMin = 0;
yMin = 0;
xMax = 0;
yMax = 0;
} else
{
FT_Vector* vec = outline->points;
FT_Vector* limit = vec + outline->n_points;
xMin = xMax = vec->x;
yMin = yMax = vec->y;
vec++;
for ( ; vec < limit; vec++ )
{
FT_Pos x, y;
x = vec->x;
if ( x < xMin ) {
xMin = x;
}
if ( x > xMax ) {
xMax = x;
}
y = vec->y;
if ( y < yMin ) {
yMin = y;
}
if ( y > yMax ) {
yMax = y;
}
}
}
cbox->xMin = xMin;
cbox->xMax = xMax;
cbox->yMin = yMin;
cbox->yMax = yMax;
}
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Translate */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Applies a simple translation to the points of an outline. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* outline :: A pointer to the target outline descriptor. */
/* */
/* xOffset :: The horizontal offset. */
/* */
/* yOffset :: The vertical offset. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* Yes. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( void ) FT_Outline_Translate( FT_Outline * outline,
FT_Pos xOffset,
FT_Pos yOffset )
{
FT_UShort n;
FT_Vector* vec = outline->points;
for ( n = 0; n < outline->n_points; n++ )
{
vec->x += xOffset;
vec->y += yOffset;
vec++;
}
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Reverse */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Reverses the drawing direction of an outline. This is used to */
/* ensure consistent fill conventions for mirrored glyphs. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* outline :: A pointer to the target outline descriptor. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* This functions toggles the bit flag `ft_outline_reverse_fill' in */
/* the outline's `flags' field. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( void ) FT_Outline_Reverse( FT_Outline * outline )
{
FT_UShort n;
FT_Int first, last;
first = 0;
for ( n = 0; n < outline->n_contours; n++ )
{
last = outline->contours[n];
/* reverse point table */
{
FT_Vector* p = outline->points + first;
FT_Vector* q = outline->points + last;
FT_Vector swap;
while ( p < q )
{
swap = *p;
*p = *q;
*q = swap;
p++;
q--;
}
}
/* reverse tags table */
{
char* p = outline->tags + first;
char* q = outline->tags + last;
char swap;
while ( p < q )
{
swap = *p;
*p = *q;
*q = swap;
p++;
q--;
}
}
first = last + 1;
}
outline->flags ^= ft_outline_reverse_fill;
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Render */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Renders an outline within a bitmap using the current scan-convert. */
/* This functions uses an FT_Raster_Params structure as an argument, */
/* allowing advanced features like direct composition, translucency, */
/* etc. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* library :: A handle to a FreeType library object. */
/* */
/* outline :: A pointer to the source outline descriptor. */
/* */
/* params :: A pointer to a FT_Raster_Params structure used to */
/* describe the rendering operation. */
/* */
/* <Return> */
/* FreeType error code. 0 means success. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* YES. Rendering is synchronized, so that concurrent calls to the */
/* scan-line converter will be serialized. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* You should know what you are doing and how FT_Raster_Params works */
/* to use this function. */
/* */
/* The field `params.source' will be set to `outline' before the scan */
/* converter is called, which means that the value you give to it is */
/* actually ignored. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_Render( FT_Library library,
FT_Outline * outline,
FT_Raster_Params * params )
{
FT_Error error;
FT_Bool update = 0;
FT_Renderer renderer;
FT_ListNode node;
if ( !library ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Library_Handle;
}
if ( !params ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Argument;
}
renderer = library->cur_renderer;
node = library->renderers.head;
params->source = (void*)outline;
error = FT_Err_Cannot_Render_Glyph;
while ( renderer )
{
error = renderer->raster_render( renderer->raster, params );
if ( !error || error != FT_Err_Cannot_Render_Glyph ) {
break;
}
/* FT_Err_Cannot_Render_Glyph is returned if the render mode */
/* is unsupported by the current renderer for this glyph image */
/* format */
/* now, look for another renderer that supports the same */
/* format */
renderer = FT_Lookup_Renderer( library, ft_glyph_format_outline,
&node );
update = 1;
}
/* if we changed the current renderer for the glyph image format */
/* we need to select it as the next current one */
if ( !error && update && renderer ) {
FT_Set_Renderer( library, renderer, 0, 0 );
}
return error;
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Get_Bitmap */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Renders an outline within a bitmap. The outline's image is simply */
/* OR-ed to the target bitmap. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* library :: A handle to a FreeType library object. */
/* */
/* outline :: A pointer to the source outline descriptor. */
/* */
/* map :: A pointer to the target bitmap descriptor. */
/* */
/* <Return> */
/* FreeType error code. 0 means success. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* YES. Rendering is synchronized, so that concurrent calls to the */
/* scan-line converter will be serialized. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* This function does NOT CREATE the bitmap, it only renders an */
/* outline image within the one you pass to it! */
/* */
/* It will use the raster correponding to the default glyph format. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( FT_Error ) FT_Outline_Get_Bitmap( FT_Library library,
FT_Outline * outline,
FT_Bitmap * bitmap )
{
FT_Raster_Params params;
if ( !bitmap ) {
return FT_Err_Invalid_Argument;
}
/* other checks are delayed to FT_Outline_Render() */
params.target = bitmap;
params.flags = 0;
if ( bitmap->pixel_mode == ft_pixel_mode_grays ) {
params.flags |= ft_raster_flag_aa;
}
return FT_Outline_Render( library, outline, &params );
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Vector_Transform */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Transforms a single vector through a 2x2 matrix. */
/* */
/* <InOut> */
/* vector :: The target vector to transform. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* matrix :: A pointer to the source 2x2 matrix. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* Yes. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* The result is undefined if either `vector' or `matrix' is invalid. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( void ) FT_Vector_Transform( FT_Vector * vector,
FT_Matrix * matrix )
{
FT_Pos xz, yz;
if ( !vector || !matrix ) {
return;
}
xz = FT_MulFix( vector->x, matrix->xx ) +
FT_MulFix( vector->y, matrix->xy );
yz = FT_MulFix( vector->x, matrix->yx ) +
FT_MulFix( vector->y, matrix->yy );
vector->x = xz;
vector->y = yz;
}
/*************************************************************************/
/* */
/* <Function> */
/* FT_Outline_Transform */
/* */
/* <Description> */
/* Applies a simple 2x2 matrix to all of an outline's points. Useful */
/* for applying rotations, slanting, flipping, etc. */
/* */
/* <Input> */
/* outline :: A pointer to the target outline descriptor. */
/* */
/* matrix :: A pointer to the transformation matrix. */
/* */
/* <MT-Note> */
/* Yes. */
/* */
/* <Note> */
/* You can use FT_Outline_Translate() if you need to translate the */
/* outline's points. */
/* */
FT_EXPORT_FUNC( void ) FT_Outline_Transform( FT_Outline * outline,
FT_Matrix * matrix )
{
FT_Vector* vec = outline->points;
FT_Vector* limit = vec + outline->n_points;
for ( ; vec < limit; vec++ )
FT_Vector_Transform( vec, matrix );
}
/* END */
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