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# encoding: utf-8

require File.join(File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__)), "spec_helper")

describe "When drawing a line" do

  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should draw a line from (100,600) to (100,500)" do
    @pdf.line([100,600],[100,500])

    line_drawing = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)

    line_drawing.points.should == [[100,600],[100,500]]
  end

  it "should draw two lines at (100,600) to (100,500) " +
     "and (75,100) to (50,125)" do
    @pdf.line(100,600,100,500)
    @pdf.line(75,100,50,125)

    line_drawing = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)

    line_drawing.points.should ==
      [[100.0, 600.0], [100.0, 500.0], [75.0, 100.0], [50.0, 125.0]]
  end

  it "should properly set line width via line_width=" do
     @pdf.line_width = 10
     line = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
     line.widths.first.should == 10
  end

  it "should properly set line width via line_width(width)" do
     @pdf.line_width(10)
     line = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
     line.widths.first.should == 10
  end

  it "should carry the current line width settings over to new pages" do
    @pdf.line_width(10)
    @pdf.start_new_page
    line = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
    line.widths.length.should == 2
    line.widths[1].should == 10
  end

  describe "(Horizontally)" do
    it "should draw from [x1,pdf.y],[x2,pdf.y]" do
      @pdf.horizontal_line(100,150)
      @line = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
      @line.points.should == [[100.0 + @pdf.bounds.absolute_left, @pdf.y],
                              [150.0 + @pdf.bounds.absolute_left, @pdf.y]]
    end

    it "should draw a line from (200, 250) to (300, 250)" do
      @pdf.horizontal_line(200,300,:at => 250)
      line_drawing = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
      line_drawing.points.should == [[200,250],[300,250]]
    end
  end

  describe "(Vertically)" do
    it "should draw a line from (350, 300) to (350, 400)" do
      @pdf.vertical_line(300,400,:at => 350)
      line_drawing = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
      line_drawing.points.should == [[350,300],[350,400]]
    end
    it "should require a y coordinate" do
      lambda { @pdf.vertical_line(400,500) }.
        should.raise(ArgumentError)
    end
  end

end

describe "When drawing a polygon" do

  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should draw each line passed to polygon()" do
    @pdf.polygon([100,500],[100,400],[200,400])

    line_drawing = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render)
    line_drawing.points.should == [[100,500],[100,400],[200,400],[100,500]]
  end

end

describe "When drawing a rectangle" do

  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should use a point, width, and height for coords" do
    @pdf.rectangle [200,200], 50, 100

    rectangles = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Rectangle.
      analyze(@pdf.render).rectangles
    # PDF uses bottom left corner
    rectangles[0][:point].should == [200,100]
    rectangles[0][:width].should == 50
    rectangles[0][:height].should == 100

  end

end

describe "When drawing a curve" do

  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should draw a bezier curve from 50,50 to 100,100" do
    @pdf.move_to [50,50]
    @pdf.curve_to [100,100],:bounds => [[20,90], [90,70]]
    curve = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Curve.analyze(@pdf.render)
    curve.coords.should == [50.0, 50.0, 20.0, 90.0, 90.0, 70.0, 100.0, 100.0]
  end

  it "should draw a bezier curve from 100,100 to 50,50" do
    @pdf.curve [100,100], [50,50], :bounds => [[20,90], [90,75]]
    curve = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Curve.analyze(@pdf.render)
    curve.coords.should == [100.0, 100.0, 20.0, 90.0, 90.0, 75.0, 50.0, 50.0]
  end
  

end

describe "When drawing a rounded rectangle" do
  before(:each) do
    create_pdf
    @pdf.rounded_rectangle([50, 550], 50, 100, 10)
    curve = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Curve.analyze(@pdf.render)
    curve_points = []
    curve.coords.each_slice(2) {|p| curve_points << p}
    @original_point = curve_points.shift
    curves = []
    curve_points.each_slice(3) {|c| curves << c}
    line_points = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Line.analyze(@pdf.render).points
    line_points.shift
    @all_coords = []
    line_points.zip(curves).flatten.each_slice(2) {|p| @all_coords << p }
    @all_coords.unshift @original_point
  end
  
  it "should draw a rectangle by connecting lines with rounded bezier curves" do
    @all_coords.should == [[60.0, 550.0],[90.0, 550.0], [95.523, 550.0], [100.0, 545.523], [100.0, 540.0],
                           [100.0, 460.0], [100.0, 454.477], [95.523, 450.0], [90.0, 450.0],
                           [60.0, 450.0], [54.477, 450.0], [50.0, 454.477], [50.0, 460.0],
                           [50.0, 540.0], [50.0, 545.523], [54.477, 550.0], [60.0, 550.0]]
  end
  
  it "should start and end with the same point" do
    @original_point.should == @all_coords.last
  end
     
  
end

describe "When drawing an ellipse" do
  before(:each) do
    create_pdf
    @pdf.ellipse [100,100], 25, 50
    @curve = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Curve.analyze(@pdf.render)
  end
  
  it "should use a Bézier approximation" do
    @curve.coords.should ==
      [125.0, 100.0,

       125.0, 127.614,
       113.807, 150,
       100.0, 150.0,
       
       86.193, 150.0,
       75.0, 127.614,
       75.0, 100.0,
       
       75.0, 72.386,
       86.193, 50.0,
       100.0, 50.0,
       
       113.807, 50.0,
       125.0, 72.386,
       125.0, 100.0,
       
       100.0, 100.0]
  end

  it "should move the pointer to the center of the ellipse after drawing" do
    @curve.coords[-2..-1].should == [100,100]
  end

end

describe "When drawing a circle" do
  before(:each) do
    create_pdf
    @pdf.circle [100,100], 25
    @pdf.ellipse [100,100], 25, 25
    @curve = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Curve.analyze(@pdf.render)
  end

  it "should stroke the same path as the equivalent ellipse" do
    middle = @curve.coords.length / 2
    @curve.coords[0...middle].should == @curve.coords[middle..-1]
  end
end

describe "When filling" do
  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should default to the f operator (nonzero winding number rule)" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with("f")
    @pdf.fill
  end

  it "should use f* for :fill_rule => :even_odd" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with("f*")
    @pdf.fill(:fill_rule => :even_odd)
  end

  it "should use b by default for fill_and_stroke (nonzero winding number)" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with("b")
    @pdf.fill_and_stroke
  end

  it "should use b* for fill_and_stroke(:fill_rule => :even_odd)" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with("b*")
    @pdf.fill_and_stroke(:fill_rule => :even_odd)
  end
end

describe "When setting colors" do

  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should set stroke colors" do
    @pdf.stroke_color "ffcccc"
    colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)
    # 100% red, 80% green, 80% blue
    colors.stroke_color.should == [1.0, 0.8, 0.8]
  end

  it "should set fill colors" do
    @pdf.fill_color "ccff00"
    colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)
    # 80% red, 100% green, 0% blue
    colors.fill_color.should == [0.8,1.0,0]
  end

  it "should reset the colors on each new page if they have been defined" do
    @pdf.fill_color "ccff00"
    #colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)

    # colors.fill_color_count.should == 2
    # colors.stroke_color_count.should == 1
    @pdf.start_new_page
    @pdf.stroke_color "ff00cc"

    #colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)
    # colors.fill_color_count.should == 3

    @pdf.start_new_page
    colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)
    colors.fill_color_count.should == 3
    colors.stroke_color_count.should == 2

    colors.fill_color.should == [0.8,1.0,0.0]
    colors.stroke_color.should == [1.0,0.0,0.8]
  end
  
  it "should set the color space when setting colors on new pages to please fussy readers" do
    @pdf.stroke_color "000000"
    @pdf.stroke { @pdf.rectangle([10, 10], 10, 10) }
    @pdf.start_new_page
    @pdf.stroke_color "000000"
    @pdf.stroke { @pdf.rectangle([10, 10], 10, 10) }
    colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)
    colors.stroke_color_space_count[:DeviceRGB].should == 2
  end
end

describe "Gradients" do
  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should create a /Pattern resource" do
    @pdf.fill_gradient [0, @pdf.bounds.height],
      @pdf.bounds.width, @pdf.bounds.height, 'FF0000', '0000FF'

    grad = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Pattern.analyze(@pdf.render)
    pattern = grad.patterns[:SP1]

    pattern.should.not.be.nil
    assert pattern[:Shading][:Function][:C0].zip([1, 0, 0]).
      all?{ |x1, x2| (x1-x2).abs < 0.01 }
    assert pattern[:Shading][:Function][:C1].zip([0, 0, 1]).
      all?{ |x1, x2| (x1-x2).abs < 0.01 }
  end

  it "fill_gradient should set fill color to the pattern" do
    @pdf.fill_gradient [0, @pdf.bounds.height],
      @pdf.bounds.width, @pdf.bounds.height, 'FF0000', '0000FF'

    str = @pdf.render
    str.should =~ %r{/Pattern\s+cs\s*/SP1\s+scn}
  end

  it "stroke_gradient should set stroke color to the pattern" do
    @pdf.stroke_gradient [0, @pdf.bounds.height],
      @pdf.bounds.width, @pdf.bounds.height, 'FF0000', '0000FF'

    str = @pdf.render
    str.should =~ %r{/Pattern\s+CS\s*/SP1\s+SCN}
  end
end

describe "When using painting shortcuts" do
  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  it "should convert stroke_some_method(args) into some_method(args); stroke" do
    @pdf.expects(:line_to).with([100,100])
    @pdf.expects(:stroke)

    @pdf.stroke_line_to [100,100]
  end

  it "should convert fill_some_method(args) into some_method(args); fill" do
    @pdf.expects(:line_to).with([100,100])
    @pdf.expects(:fill)

    @pdf.fill_line_to [100,100]
  end

  it "should not break method_missing" do
    lambda { @pdf.i_have_a_pretty_girlfriend_named_jia }.
      should.raise(NoMethodError)
  end
end

describe "When using graphics states" do
  before(:each) { create_pdf }
  
  it "should add the right content on save_graphics_state" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with('q')
    
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
  end
  
  it "should add the right content on restore_graphics_state" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with('Q')
    
    @pdf.restore_graphics_state
  end
  
  it "should save and restore when save_graphics_state is used with a block" do
    state = sequence "state"
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with('q').in_sequence(state)
    @pdf.expects(:foo).in_sequence(state)
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with('Q').in_sequence(state)
    
    @pdf.save_graphics_state do
      @pdf.foo
    end
  end
  
  it "should add the previous color space when restoring to a graphic state with different color space" do
    @pdf.stroke_color '000000'
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
    @pdf.stroke_color 0, 0, 0, 0
    @pdf.restore_graphics_state
    @pdf.stroke_color 0, 0, 100, 0
    @pdf.graphic_state.color_space.should == {:stroke=>:DeviceCMYK}
    colors = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Color.analyze(@pdf.render)
    colors.color_space.should == :DeviceCMYK
    colors.stroke_color_space_count[:DeviceCMYK].should == 2
  end
  
  it "should use the correct dash setting after restoring and starting new page" do
    @pdf.dash 5
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
    @pdf.dash 10
    @pdf.graphic_state.dash[:dash].should == 10
    @pdf.restore_graphics_state
    @pdf.start_new_page
    @pdf.graphic_state.dash[:dash].should == 5
  end
  
  it "the current graphic state should keep track of previous unchanged settings" do
    @pdf.stroke_color '000000'
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
    @pdf.dash 5
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
    @pdf.cap_style :round
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
    @pdf.fill_color 0, 0, 100, 0
    @pdf.save_graphics_state
    
    @pdf.graphic_state.stroke_color.should == "000000"
    @pdf.graphic_state.join_style.should == :miter
    @pdf.graphic_state.fill_color.should == [0, 0, 100, 0]
    @pdf.graphic_state.cap_style.should == :round
    @pdf.graphic_state.color_space.should == {:fill=>:DeviceCMYK, :stroke=>:DeviceRGB}
    @pdf.graphic_state.dash.should == {:space=>5, :phase=>0, :dash=>5}
    @pdf.graphic_state.line_width.should == 1
  end
    
    
  
  it "should not add extra graphic space closings when rendering multiple times" do
    @pdf.render
    state = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::State.analyze(@pdf.render)
    state.save_graphics_state_count.should == 1
    state.restore_graphics_state_count.should == 1
  end
  
  it "should add extra graphic state enclosings when content is added on multiple renderings" do
    @pdf.render
    @pdf.text "Adding a bit more content"
    state = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::State.analyze(@pdf.render)
    state.save_graphics_state_count.should == 2
    state.restore_graphics_state_count.should == 2
  end
  
  it "adds extra graphic state enclosings when new settings are applied on multiple renderings" do
    @pdf.render
    @pdf.stroke_color 0, 0, 0, 0
    state = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::State.analyze(@pdf.render)
    state.save_graphics_state_count.should == 2
    state.restore_graphics_state_count.should == 2
  end
    
  
  it "should raise error if closing an empty graphic stack" do
    assert_raise Prawn::Errors::EmptyGraphicStateStack do
      @pdf.render
      @pdf.restore_graphics_state
    end
  end
end

describe "When using transformation matrix" do
  before(:each) { create_pdf }

  # Note: The (approximate) number of significant decimal digits of precision in fractional
  # part is 5 (PDF Reference, Third Edition, p. 706)
  
  it "should send the right content on transformation_matrix" do
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with('1.00000 0.00000 0.12346 -1.00000 5.50000 20.00000 cm')
    @pdf.transformation_matrix 1, 0, 0.123456789, -1.0, 5.5, 20
  end
    
  it "should use fixed digits with very small number" do
    values = Array.new(6, 0.000000000001)
    string = Array.new(6, "0.00000").join " "
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with("#{string} cm")
    @pdf.transformation_matrix *values
  end
    
  it "should be received by the inspector" do
    @pdf.transformation_matrix 1, 0, 0, -1, 5.5, 20
    matrices = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Matrix.analyze(@pdf.render)
    matrices.matrices.should == [[1, 0, 0, -1, 5.5, 20]]
  end

  it "should save the graphics state inside the given block" do
    values = Array.new(6, 0.000000000001)
    string = Array.new(6, "0.00000").join " "
    process = sequence "process"
    
    @pdf.expects(:save_graphics_state).with().in_sequence(process)
    @pdf.expects(:add_content).with("#{string} cm").in_sequence(process)
    @pdf.expects(:do_something).with().in_sequence(process)
    @pdf.expects(:restore_graphics_state).with().in_sequence(process)
    @pdf.transformation_matrix(*values) do
      @pdf.do_something
    end
  end
    
end

describe "When using transformations shortcuts" do
  before(:each) do
    create_pdf
    @x, @y = 12, 54.32
    @angle = 12.32
    @cos = Math.cos(@angle * Math::PI / 180)
    @sin = Math.sin(@angle * Math::PI / 180)
    @factor = 0.12
  end

  describe "#rotate" do
    it "should rotate" do
      @pdf.expects(:transformation_matrix).with(@cos, @sin, -@sin, @cos, 0, 0)
      @pdf.rotate(@angle)
    end
  end

  describe "#rotate with :origin option" do
    it "should rotate around the origin" do
      x_prime = @x * @cos - @y * @sin
      y_prime = @x * @sin + @y * @cos

      @pdf.rotate(@angle, :origin => [@x, @y]) { @pdf.text('hello world') }

      matrices = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Matrix.analyze(@pdf.render)
      matrices.matrices[0].should == [1, 0, 0, 1,
                                      reduce_precision(@x - x_prime),
                                      reduce_precision(@y - y_prime)]
      matrices.matrices[1].should == [reduce_precision(@cos),
                                      reduce_precision(@sin),
                                      reduce_precision(-@sin),
                                      reduce_precision(@cos), 0, 0]
    end

    it "should rotate around the origin in a document with a margin" do
      @pdf = Prawn::Document.new

      @pdf.rotate(@angle, :origin => [@x, @y]) { @pdf.text('hello world') }

      x = @x + @pdf.bounds.absolute_left
      y = @y + @pdf.bounds.absolute_bottom
      x_prime = x * @cos - y * @sin
      y_prime = x * @sin + y * @cos

      matrices = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Matrix.analyze(@pdf.render)
      matrices.matrices[0].should == [1, 0, 0, 1,
                                      reduce_precision(x - x_prime),
                                      reduce_precision(y - y_prime)]
      matrices.matrices[1].should == [reduce_precision(@cos),
                                      reduce_precision(@sin),
                                      reduce_precision(-@sin),
                                      reduce_precision(@cos), 0, 0]
    end

    it "should raise BlockRequired if no block is given" do
      lambda {
        @pdf.rotate(@angle, :origin => [@x, @y])
      }.should.raise(Prawn::Errors::BlockRequired)
    end

    def reduce_precision(float)
      ("%.5f" % float).to_f
    end
  end

  describe "#translate" do
    it "should translate" do
      x, y = 12, 54.32
      @pdf.expects(:transformation_matrix).with(1, 0, 0, 1, x, y)
      @pdf.translate(x, y)
    end
  end

  describe "#scale" do
    it "should scale" do
      @pdf.expects(:transformation_matrix).with(@factor, 0, 0, @factor, 0, 0)
      @pdf.scale(@factor)
    end
  end

  describe "#scale with :origin option" do
    it "should scale from the origin" do
      x_prime = @factor * @x
      y_prime = @factor * @y

      @pdf.scale(@factor, :origin => [@x, @y]) { @pdf.text('hello world') }

      matrices = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Matrix.analyze(@pdf.render)
      matrices.matrices[0].should == [1, 0, 0, 1,
                                      reduce_precision(@x - x_prime),
                                      reduce_precision(@y - y_prime)]
      matrices.matrices[1].should == [@factor, 0, 0, @factor, 0, 0]
    end

    it "should scale from the origin in a document with a margin" do
      @pdf = Prawn::Document.new
      x = @x + @pdf.bounds.absolute_left
      y = @y + @pdf.bounds.absolute_bottom
      x_prime = @factor * x
      y_prime = @factor * y

      @pdf.scale(@factor, :origin => [@x, @y]) { @pdf.text('hello world') }

      matrices = PDF::Inspector::Graphics::Matrix.analyze(@pdf.render)
      matrices.matrices[0].should == [1, 0, 0, 1,
                                      reduce_precision(x - x_prime),
                                      reduce_precision(y - y_prime)]
      matrices.matrices[1].should == [@factor, 0, 0, @factor, 0, 0]
    end

    it "should raise BlockRequired if no block is given" do
      lambda {
        @pdf.scale(@factor, :origin => [@x, @y])
      }.should.raise(Prawn::Errors::BlockRequired)
    end

    def reduce_precision(float)
      ("%.5f" % float).to_f
    end
  end

  # describe "skew" do
  # it "should skew" do
  # a, b = 30, 50.2
  # @pdf.expects(:transformation_matrix).with(1, Math.tan(a * Math::PI / 180), Math.tan(b * Math::PI / 180), 1, 0, 0)
  # @pdf.skew(a, b)
  # end
  # end
end
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